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  1. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas: A World Tour Underwater (French: Vingt mille lieues sous les mers: Tour du monde sous-marin) is a classic science fiction adventure novel by French writer Jules Verne.. The novel was originally serialized from March through June in Pierre-Jules Hetzel's fortnightly periodical, the Magasin d'éducation et de récréogelubenorad.cardenistingloustaseresfitojocu.co by: 8.
  2. Sep 21,  · Jules Verne is often hailed as the father of science fiction, and this book is, in many ways, a milestone of the genre. It helped codify many of the tropes we see in adventure stories today, and the science fairly sound for the knowledge of its time (though plenty of it hasn't aged well, such as the geography of the South Pole).Cited by: 8.
  3. Jul 01,  · Jules Verne is often hailed as the father of science fiction, and this book is, in many ways, a milestone of the genre. It helped codify many of the tropes we see in adventure stories today, and the science fairly sound for the knowledge of its time (though plenty of it hasn't aged well, such as the geography of the South Pole)/5(1K).
  4. Read Part Two.: Chapter The South Pole of 20, Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne. The text begins: I rushed on to the platform. Yes! the open sea, with but a few scattered pieces of ice and moving icebergs--a long stretch of sea; a world of birds in the air, and myriads of fishes under those waters, which varied from intense blue to olive green, according to the bottom.
  5. 20, Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne. 20, Leagues Under the Sea also known under its longer title, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas: An Underwater Tour of the World, is classic science fiction novel written by Jules Verne that was first published in It is featured in our Science Fiction Guide and Books for Young Readers. In the story, Captain Nemo pilots his vessel, the.
  6. LibriVox recording of 20, Leagues under the Seas, by Jules Verne. Professor Pierre Aronnax is an academic whose thirst for knowledge carries him out of his ivory tower .
  7. Captain Nemo (/ ˈ n iː m oʊ /, later identified as an East Indian, Prince Dakkar), is a fictional character created by the French novelist Jules Verne (–). Nemo appears in two of Verne's science-fiction classics, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas () and The Mysterious Island (). He also makes a cameo appearance in a play on which Verne may have collaborated, Journey.
  8. Competently adapted and perfectly performed, this adaptation of Jules Verne’s 20, Leagues Under The Sea is a throwback to the radio dramas of yesteryear. I could easily imagine Orson Welles or Basil Rathbone performing this while children sit around their ancient radios in rapt attention and wonder.

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