20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
The French novelist, Jules Verne unravels an exotic and fascinating underwater world through the book 20,000 Leagues under the Sea. It depicts the rich imagination of the author and the scientific bend of his mind.Aronnax, a noted French marine biologist is invited to join a voyage arranged by the US government to track down and attack a mysterious sea monster, rumoured to destroy the ships that it encounters. Accompanied by his man-servant Camseil, he sets on to the journey in the Atlantic Ocean and makes friends with the harpooner Ned Land. The team starts its search, but in vain. Finally, they confront the sea monster but miserably fail and are thrown overboard. When they think they're on the "hide of the creature", they confront an astonishing truth. What follows is a series of adventures that explore the beauty of the world that lies beneath the dark waters of the sea.
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