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Jules Verne and Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

Do you know Jules Vernes and his book Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea?

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"Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" is a classic science fiction novel written by Jules Verne in 1870. The story follows the journey of a French Professor, Aronnax, who joins a mysterious sea captain, Nemo, and his submarine, the Nautilus, on a journey beneath the seas. The novel is filled with action, adventure and scientific marvels, making it a thrilling read for both young and old.

Throughout the journey, Aronnax, Nemo and the crew encounter giant squids, underwater volcanoes, and mysterious islands, making their journey a non-stop adventure. The Nautilus is a technological marvel of its time, featuring advanced navigation and life support systems, and is a testament to Verne's imagination and scientific knowledge.

The themes of the novel are timeless, with the exploration of the unknown depths of the sea, the relationship between man and nature, and the consequences of industrialization, still relevant today. The character of Nemo, with his passion for scientific discovery and his rejection of society, has also captured the imagination of readers for over a century.


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