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Twenty thousand leagues under the sea

By: Verne, Jules Coward, David(Translated by)

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0141394935 / 9780141394930
Paperback
26/04/2018
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United Kingdom
Classics
21 cm 496 pages
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Quiz No: 225132, Points 28.00, Book Level 10.00,
Middle Years Plus - Key Stage 3 Learn More
Translated from the French.

'It is a ripping yarn, but it is also an eerie tale of isolation and madness ... with a compellingly Byronic central character' GuardianCombining thrilling adventure with scientific facts and a wonder at the natural world, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea is Jules Verne's most enduringly popular novel.

It begins when a vast black object is spotted menacing the oceans, causing panic over the world.

When Professor Aronnax joins an expedition to hunt down the creature, he and his two companions discover it is a giant submarine, the Nautilus.

Captured and held prisoner on board by its captain, Nemo - unpredictable, enigmatic, exiled from humanity - they have no choice but to travel the terrifying underwater depths with him.

Translated with an Introduction and Notes by David Coward

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