[PDF] ↠ Vingt mille lieues sous les mers Author Jules Verne – Lalaweek.us

Vingt mille lieues sous les mersPour Ray Bradbury, Jules Verne Symbolise L Histoire Enti Re De L Humanit Cet Excellent Narrateur N Crivait, M Lant Prudemment L Imagination Et La Vraisemblance, Qu Apr S S Tre Soigneusement Document Dans Le Domaine Scientifique Refusant Les Effets Faciles, Mais Ne D Daignant Pas Les Coups De Th Tre, Ayant Le Don De Cr Er, Avec Un Humour Discret, Des Personnages La Psychologie Exacte, Jules Verne A B Ti Une Oeuvre Qui Comprend Plus De Soixante Dix Romans.Le Plus C L Bre De Ses Romans, Avec Le Tour Du Monde En 80 Jours, C Est Vingt Mille Lieues Sous Les Mers 1870 , O Jules Verne 1828 1905 Inventa Le Sous Marin Le Capitaine N Mo, Son Concepteur, Aussi Fou Que G Nial, Veut Se Venger De L Humanit Avec Le Nautilus, Il Sillonne Les Fonds Marins Et Peronne Des Navires

[PDF] ↠ Vingt mille lieues sous les mers Author Jules Verne – Lalaweek.us
  • Paperback
  • 444 pages
  • Vingt mille lieues sous les mers
  • Jules Verne
  • French
  • 13 March 2019
  • 9782877142045

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  1. says:

    Man, what a strange book As I ve learned from my 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 listing of every plant and animal Arronax observes I mean, even I was bored Me The nature freak I occasionally review field guides on Goodreads, and yet I actually preferred George Eliot s tangents about political economy and local gossip.That said, this is a pretty fun book Adventure under the sea Laconic yet cordial sumbarine bermenches thirsting for vengeance and whale milk Canadians Well, a Canadian The Canadian He had a harpoon Reading science fiction that describes a future long past is also a hoot, especially if you re a huge goddamn nerd Despite accurately predicting the feasibility of a submarine, I don t think Verne had actually spent much time in the water The Nautilus navigates not by sonar, but by shining a really bright light I think swimming in anything but the most crystalline tropical seas would convince you that wouldn t quite work Every time the crew leaves the ship to go exploring, they actually walk on the sea floor instead of swimming One time, Cpt Nemo dodges a shark It s kind of hard to dodge slow moving jellies when you re underwater...

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    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 journey takes them under the sea and 20,000 leagues across the world For some time past, vessels had been met by an enormous thing, a long object, spindle shaped, occasionally phosphorescent, and infinitely larger and rapid in its movements than a whale. Pierre s story starts strong with an arresting premise the Government of the United States is among the first to take to the open seas in search of the monstrous creature By personal invitation of the Secretary of Marine, Pierre joins the crew of the Abraham Lincoln Three seconds after the arrival of the letter, I no thought of pursuing the unicorn than of attempting the passage of the North Sea Three seconds after reading the letter of the honourable Secretary of Marine, I felt that my true vocation, the sole end of my life, was to chase this disturbing monster, and purge it from the world. Unfortunately, the majority of the book is comprised of overly detailed scientific explanations complete with mathematical equations and long winded descriptions of varied species of aquatic life To be frank, it s quite boring In the eighty ninth genus of fishes, classed by Lac p de, belonging t...

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    Vingt Mille Lieues Sous les Mers 20 000 Leagues Under the Sea Extraordinary Voyages, 6 , Jules Verne 20000 20000 20 20 1973 01 1320 02 1332 03 1352 26 04 05 1352 160 06 1377 241 1379 07 1364 1379 08 20000 1365 36 09 1366 10 1381 20 11 1388 1393 95 12 1391 59 13 20 1393 428 9786007061084 14 1394 496 9789645546463 15 1394 128 9786002517616 16 1394 190 97896430361...

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    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 up and read a book titled Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea cover to cover, and yet still know next to nothing of Verne, due to his long standing translation problem And as an interesting note, twenty thousand leagues does not refer to the depth of the Nautilus, but the distance traveled.Since his earliest publication, when the author was still alive, translations of his work into English have been abhorrent For speakers of other languages, he is considered an intelligent, thoughtful, deliberate author, not a half competent penner of fun pulp adventures and this isn t some Baudelaire Poe error on their part Indeed, it s created a catch 22 in literary studies current translations of Verne are so bad that no one wants to read or study him, so there s little demand for new translations.How bad are the old translations Bad Often up to 25% of the text is cut Character names are changed, as are plot points and events Anything which might reflect poorly on British colonial policy is left out Verne s carefully researched scientific facts and numbers are arbitrarily changed or dele...

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    Actual rating 4.5 It s very evident that Jules Verne did a ton of research for this book I would even go so far to say that there is info dumping than there is plot However, Verne has a way of pulling you into the story and writing in such a enthralling way that this large amount of explanations and listing of names isn t boring or repetitive It just adds to the story and to the development of the characters I m not surprised in the slightest that there are people out there who are actually convinced that Verne is telling a non fictional tale It all just seems so real, believable and convincing I also felt this constant air of mystery...

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    Verne s works are difficult for an English speaking reader to evaluate fairly, because he wasn t well served by the English translations of his day which are still the standard ones in print, which most people read The translators changed plots and characters names in some cases, excised passages they considered boring, and generally took a very free hand with the text so you never know how much of the plodding pacing, bathetic dialogue, and stylistic faults for instance, what passes for description here is usually simply long lists of marine species whose appearance most readers have no idea of to blame on them and how much on Verne In any case, those characteristics are fully in view in the translation of this novel that I read, in addition to the basic 19th century diction which will be off putting to many modern readers anyway my wife chose not to finish the book The success of the book when it was written, in my opinion, owed much to the novelty of the premise than to the ex...

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    Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea is a marine adventure book, which can be qualified even fiction novel one of the first novels of science fiction.In 1864, when this book came out, no underwater trip had been done, reported, Jules Verne therefore allows to imagine from scientific basis for certain facts pressure, temperature, different seas and oceans traveled and spooky for cross creatures We say what avant garde with this fully electrified submarine, its autonomous suits and which are used for humanistic and non military purposes This novel is a real dashboard where we follow our four protagonists, we dive with them to discover the splendors of the sea, and the beautiful illustrations of Neuville adds to this part of fabulous Admittedly, some passages are very too precise, very too detailed in classification of species, in maritime coordinates but we must not forget that this dashboard is held by the imminent Professor Oronnax.We are fascinated by Captain Nemo What happened to...

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    For years this is what Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea meant to meLook familiar I know, I knowThat s just not what Jules Verne intended Hey, Disney tried and it was fun when I was about 7 or 8, but back when Vernes wrote this, he was writing a true thrill ride The story is of an underwater mission to seek and destroy a sea monster That premise is turned on its head and the story takes a scientific and character based slant Verne takes his readers on a trip to new worlds, some real and just recently discovered as well as his own fictionalized lands.This must have been an edge of your seater back when it came out It looks a bit dated when held up to the light of the 21st century though The writing is not stellar, but as pure adventure there are certain pass...

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    I picked this book up this specific edition because I saw it was illustrated by the Dillons This was fortunate because it turned out that, contrary to my previously held belief, I had not read it What I had read as a child was some heavily edited for excitingness version almost entirely absent the encyclopedic accounts of marine life and oceanic conditions that constitute the bulk of the text So few are the actual adventures of Nemo and the Professor and his two companions that I now wonder how they managed to get enough material to still have a book The narration of the action is very understated, also, so I wonder if it was actually rewritten for the volume I had With modern special effects this could make a great movie not an action film, but like a marine documentary with strange asides into th...

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