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macenzi11

  • 3 years ago

How did Captain Nemo change through the course of the novel TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA

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  1. Compassionate
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    Hmm. My dear lad, you've seemed to posted in the wrong section, however, I will respond to this horribly misplaced topic. Nemo, one of the most famous antiheroes in fiction, is a mysterious figure. The son of an Indian Raja, he is a scientific genius who roams the depths of the sea in his submarine, the Nautilus, which was built on a deserted island. Nemo tries to project a stern, controlled confidence, but he is driven by a thirst for vengeance and a hatred of imperialism (particularly the British Empire) and wracked by remorse over the deaths of his crew members and even by the deaths of enemy sailors. ~~ Compy Compy

  2. macenzi11
    • 3 years ago
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    Thank you. this is my first question on the site so i don't really know how it works yet.

  3. Compassionate
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    You'l get the hang of it. There are different sections for mathematics, history, science, etc. Lurk around.

  4. macenzi11
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    alright. thank you. :)

  5. ilovenyc
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    Nemo, one of the most famous antiheroes in fiction, is a mysterious figure. The son of an Indian Raja, he is a scientific genius who roams the depths of the sea in his submarine, the Nautilus, which was built on a deserted island. Nemo tries to project a stern, controlled confidence, but he is driven by a thirst for vengeance and a hatred of imperialism (particularly the British Empire) and wracked by remorse over the deaths of his crew members and even by the deaths of enemy sailors.

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