Nemo è in fuga dal mondo ed è il capitano del più formidabile sottomarino della storia. Quando carica a bordo un illustre naturalista, il suo fedele servitore e un muscoloso fiociniere, apre al lettore le porte del suo impero e anche il regno degli abissi. Una storia magistraleche penetra nei più affascinanti misteri dei mari e dei caratteri umani.
- ISBN: 8893081067
- Casa Editrice: NORD-SUD
- Pagine: 200
- Data di uscita: 23-01-2020
Hands down the WORST book I've read all year. I mean, there's boring and then there's mind-numbing. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is definitely the latter. I was actually looking forward to listening to this. It's supposed to be a classic action/adventure sci-fi book, right? And it's not an overly lon Leggi tutto
What book has the most creativity? 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea is a strong contender! What an incredible ride! When I was growing up, I lived in a small town with plenty of open spaces. When I returned recently, I noticed that the field where I used to run is now bursting with new homes. Where is the Leggi tutto
Man, what a strange book. As I've learned from my more erudite sister , 19th century novelists are all about digression, and Verne, despite being very solidly camped outside Greatliterarynovelopolis in the growing shantytown of Genreville, is no exception. Literally half this book is a taxonomic list Leggi tutto
I have to admit something kind of embarrassing here. I have never really given much thought to the title of this book. Also, there has never been much reason for me to use leagues as a unit of measurement. But, up until reading this book I always thought of the "Leagues Under the Sea" as the distanc Leggi tutto
Pierre Aronnax, Assistant Professor in the Museum of Natural History, embarks on a ship to investigate the mystery of a powerful creature terrorizing the open seas. When he and two of his companions discover the Nautilus - a magnificent submarine owned by the uncompromising Captain Nemo – their jour Leggi tutto
I did enjoy this but you could definitely tell it was written in the 19th century during an age of colonialism. Some of the chapters were difficult to read because of the incredibly dated and exclusivist language. Though, for this reason, it was also quite interesting to read critically.
Jules Verne, classic pulp author, innovator of science fiction, originator of 'steampunk'--or was he? Many readers of the English language will never know the real Verne, and I'm not talking about those who dislike reading. Indeed, many well-meaning folks from the English-speaking world have picked
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