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The Rocket to the Moon (novel)

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The Rocket to the Moon
AuthorThea von Harbou
Original titleDie Frau im Mond
TranslatorBaroness von Hutten
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman
PublisherScherl
Publication date
1928
Published in English
1930
Pages228

The Rocket to the Moon is a 1928 science fiction novel by the German writer Thea von Harbou. Its German title is Die Frau im Mond, which means "The Woman in the Moon". It is about a fictitious Moon mission. The book was translated into English by Baroness von Hutten and published in 1930 as The Girl in the Moon.[1] It was republished in 1977 as The Rocket to the Moon.[2]

Adaptation

The book was turned into a film by Fritz Lang, Harbou's husband. The film is titled Woman in the Moon and premiered in 1929.[3]

References

  1. ^ The girl in the moon. WorldCat. OCLC 13730227.
  2. ^ The rocket to the moon. WorldCat. OCLC 2912195.
  3. ^ "Frau im Mond". Filmportal.de (in German). Deutsches Filminstitut. Retrieved 2016-01-11.

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