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Jules Verne's Captain Nemo
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Captain Nemo is one of the most enigmatic characters in the history of literature. He is one of the key characters of the book Twenty Thousand leagues under the sea which is written by Jules Verne. Jules Verne is widely regarded as the father of science fiction and the book Twenty thousand leagues under the sea aptly justifies this title to him…
One of the most famous and iconic characters of this book is Captain Nemo. True to his name Nemo was an enigma to Aronax, the narrator and the professor in the story, Ned land, the Canadian harpooner and Conseil, loyal servant of Arronax. To really look into characteristics of Nemo, let's briefly sum the concise idea about this classic. While idea of the story is being told we will analyze the character of Captain Nemo.
The story is being narrated by Pierre Aronnax, who is a famous marine biologist. It all starts with a theory of narwhal being sighted in various places. Aronnax along with his servant and Ned Land follow the path of seas only to understand that narwhal is a submarine which is led by a certain captain called Captain Nemo. The story then revolves around the expedition of Nemo, Aronnax, Conseil and Ned wherein they travel under sea for sixty thousand kilometers or twenty thousand leagues. The book became a cult success and has achieved the tag of classic not only because the central idea of Verne but also the style, characterization and treatment given to the plot to make
it more entertaining and astounding. Captain Nemo is the central character of the story. Nemo in Latin means no one or nobody and that name aptly suits him because of his mystical attitude and mystery behavior in the course of the book. ...
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