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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Jules Verne

French professor Pierre Aronnax and his servant join the Abraham Lincoln, an American frigate, on a mission to find and destroy a "sea-unicorn of colossal dimensions, armed not with a halberd, but with a real spur, as the armored frigates." The undersea monster is thought to be responsible for the disappearance of over 200 ships. When they encounter the "gigantic cetacean," it disables the Abraham Lincoln and knocks Professor Aronnax, his servant, and the hot-tempered harpooner Ned Land overboard. The three must cling to the beast or drown; however, they soon realize that the "beast" is really a man-made underwater vehicle. Captain Nemo captures the men and holds them prisoner on the Nautilus, his incredible submarine. The captain and his unwilling passengers thus embark on a deep-sea odyssey that stretches from the palm-strewn Indian Ocean to the frozen peril of the South Pole. But the enigmatic Nemo has a darker purpose for his voyage: revenge on humanity. Not just a suspense-ridden drama, this classic novel, written in 1873, predicts with astonishing accuracy the advanced technology and inventions of the twentieth century, and it has inspired generations of science fiction writers.

French professor Pierre Aronnax and his servant join the Abraham Lincoln, an American frigate, on a mission to find and destroy a "sea-unicorn of colossal dimensions, armed not with a halberd, but with a real spur, as the armored frigates." The undersea monster is thought to be responsible for the disappearance of over 200 ships. When they encounter the "gigantic cetacean," it disables the Abraham Lincoln and knocks Professor Aronnax, his servant, and the hot-tempered harpooner Ned Land overboard. The three must cling to the beast or drown; however, they soon realize that the "beast" is really a man-made underwater vehicle. Captain Nemo captures the men and holds them prisoner on the Nautilus, his incredible submarine. The captain and his unwilling passengers thus embark on a deep-sea odyssey that stretches from the palm-strewn Indian Ocean to the frozen peril of the South Pole. But the enigmatic Nemo has a darker purpose for his voyage: revenge on humanity. Not just a suspense-ridden drama, this classic novel, written in 1873, predicts with astonishing accuracy the advanced technology and inventions of the twentieth century, and it has inspired generations of science fiction writers.
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French professor Pierre Aronnax and his servant join the Abraham Lincoln, an American frigate, on a mission to find and destroy a "sea-unicorn of colossal dimensions, armed not with a halberd, but with a real spur, as the armored frigates." The undersea monster is thought to be responsible for the disappearance of over 200 ships. When they encounter the "gigantic cetacean," it disables the Abraham Lincoln and knocks Professor Aronnax, his servant, and the hot-tempered harpooner Ned Land overboard. The three must cling to the beast or drown; however, they soon realize that the "beast" is really a man-made underwater vehicle. Captain Nemo captures the men and holds them prisoner on the Nautilus, his incredible submarine. The captain and his unwilling passengers thus embark on a deep-sea odyssey that stretches from the palm-strewn Indian Ocean to the frozen peril of the South Pole. But the enigmatic Nemo has a darker purpose for his voyage: revenge on humanity. Not just a suspense-ridden drama, this classic novel, written in 1873, predicts with astonishing accuracy the advanced technology and inventions of the twentieth century, and it has inspired generations of science fiction writers.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Michael Prichard

Length:

11h 26m


Chapters

Introduction
Introduction

03:13


Part 1, Chapter 1
Part 1, Chapter 1

11:10


Part 1, Chapter 2
Part 1, Chapter 2

10:46


Part 1, Chapter 3
Part 1, Chapter 3

07:23


Part 1, Chapter 4
Part 1, Chapter 4

12:50


Part 1, Chapter 5
Part 1, Chapter 5

11:11


Part 1, Chapter 6
Part 1, Chapter 6

16:28


Part 1, Chapter 7
Part 1, Chapter 7

13:59


Part 1, Chapter 8
Part 1, Chapter 8

14:14


Part 1, Chapter 9
Part 1, Chapter 9

06:26


Part 1, Chapter 10
Part 1, Chapter 10

28:08


Part 1, Chapter 11
Part 1, Chapter 11

11:32


Part 1, Chapter 12
Part 1, Chapter 12

13:01


Part 1, Chapter 13
Part 1, Chapter 13

14:06


Part 1, Chapter 14
Part 1, Chapter 14

15:13


Part 1, Chapter 15
Part 1, Chapter 15

11:47


Part 1, Chapter 16
Part 1, Chapter 16

14:02


Part 1, Chapter 17
Part 1, Chapter 17

11:54


Part 1, Chapter 18
Part 1, Chapter 18

15:23


Part 1, Chapter 19
Part 1, Chapter 19

13:11


Part 1, Chapter 20
Part 1, Chapter 20

17:55


Part 1, Chapter 21
Part 1, Chapter 21

05:13


Part 1, Chapter 22
Part 1, Chapter 22

32:26


Part 1, Chapter 23
Part 1, Chapter 23

14:44


Part 2, Chapter 1
Part 2, Chapter 1

13:06


Part 2, Chapter 2
Part 2, Chapter 2

10:32


Part 2, Chapter 3
Part 2, Chapter 3

19:33


Part 2, Chapter 4
Part 2, Chapter 4

20:20


Part 2, Chapter 5
Part 2, Chapter 5

14:47


Part 2, Chapter 6
Part 2, Chapter 6

19:08


Part 2, Chapter 7
Part 2, Chapter 7

07:07


Part 2, Chapter 8
Part 2, Chapter 8

20:57


Part 2, Chapter 9
Part 2, Chapter 9

18:58


Part 2, Chapter 10
Part 2, Chapter 10

16:51


Part 2, Chapter 11
Part 2, Chapter 11

10:42


Part 2, Chapter 12
Part 2, Chapter 12

18:35


Part 2, Chapter 13
Part 2, Chapter 13

20:55


Part 2, Chapter 14
Part 2, Chapter 14

22:28


Part 2, Chapter 15
Part 2, Chapter 15

13:46


Part 2, Chapter 16
Part 2, Chapter 16

21:51


Part 2, Chapter 17
Part 2, Chapter 17

08:10


Part 2, Chapter 18
Part 2, Chapter 18

15:38


Part 2, Chapter 19
Part 2, Chapter 19

16:42


Part 2, Chapter 20
Part 2, Chapter 20

12:42


Part 2, Chapter 21
Part 2, Chapter 21

18:25


Part 2, Chapter 22
Part 2, Chapter 22

15:09


Part 2, Chapter 23
Part 2, Chapter 23

03:19


Part 2, Chapter 24
Part 2, Chapter 24

00:30