Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea

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Twenty Thousand Leagues under the sea is a short story written by Jules Verne, about a captain who wants to discover the antarctic pole. the Professor Pierre Aronnax is shown as a risk taking character while on board the submarine telling him all the different ways he could go. In the passage Verne uses the conversation between Professor Aronnax and Captain Nemo to develop Aronnax as risk taking .
Jules Verne develops Aronnax as a risk taking character through the conversation. Captain Nemo and his crew are heading to the antarctic pole when they come up on a bank of ice and Aronnax tells the captain that the submarine can make it through ice. The passage says, “Indeed, despite the efforts, despite the powerful methods it used to split the

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