By Jules Verne, Dan Rafter, Bhupendra Ahluwalia
A mysterious sea monster has been growing havoc within the ocean. Ships of all sizes and styles, in addition to people, were destroyed by means of this enigma! No nook of the Earth has been spared from its terror, because it maintains to kill all who pass its path.
In response to this damaging strength, the united states govt wastes no time in sending out a staff of skilled pros to trace down and damage it. Professor Pierre Aronnax, a marine biologist; Conseil, his devoted assistant; and Ned Land, a Canadian grasp harpooner, come jointly in an epic hunt.
On board a naval send, the Abraham Lincoln, the 3 males got down to song down this terrifying beast of the sea. yet, will they be triumphant? And what's going to they realize in the event that they do?
Published in 1870, initially in French, 20,000 Leagues below the ocean is a vintage instance of the mind's eye and foresight of Jules Verne. His pioneering method of writing within the overdue nineteenth century led many to consult him because the father of technological know-how fiction.
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Enter. Raiding? Is that what you think we were doing? Man has always judged me, Professor, when it is I who should be doing the judging… the way men treat each other! Their cruelty! I have offended the captain. But what has upset him so much? There were so many sides to this mostly noble and reserved man—but he had a temper and he did not like to be questioned. This is my wife and son. I didn’t know you had a family. You are a professor. I thought you, of all people, would wait for all the facts before leaping to such an unfounded judgement.
See, Professor. Here is the treasure my men and I have found from shipwrecks dotting the ocean floor. But then, why have it on board? Why send your men to shipwrecks to retrieve these pearls and rubies if you don’t want them? Would I have shown you where I store these jewels and coins if I valued them so highly? I… I suppose not. 49 Do you know where we are now, Professor? We are near the island of Crete. The people of Crete are fighting for their independence from the government of Turkey. Do you not think that some of this treasure might help them in their fight?
This scene lasted barely a few seconds, but my inability to react made it feel like long minutes. The shark returned, rolled over on its back and was all ready to cut the diver in half... when Captain Nemo strode right toward the monster. His bravery surprised me. He rushed after this killing machine, giving no thought to his own safety. Would I have done the same if I had been armed? I hadn’t met many other men who would do such a thing. The shark had taken two hits, but it was still coming! Conseil and I had no option but to watch.
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: The Graphic Novel by Jules Verne, Dan Rafter, Bhupendra Ahluwalia