Table of Contents

Cover; Title Page; Contents; PART ONE; CHAPTER I: A SHIFTING REEF; CHAPTER II: PRO AND CON; CHAPTER III: I FORM MY RESOLUTION; CHAPTER IV: NED LAND; CHAPTER V: AT A VENTURE; CHAPTER VI: AT FULL STEAM; CHAPTER VII: AN UNKNOWN SPECIES OF WHALE; CHAPTER VIII: MOBILIS IN MOBILI; CHAPTER IX: NED LAND'S TEMPERS; CHAPTER X: THE MAN OF THE SEAS; CHAPTER XI: ALL BY ELECTRICITY; CHAPTER XII: SOME FIGURES; CHAPTER XIII: THE BLACK RIVER; CHAPTER XIV: A NOTE OF INVITATION; CHAPTER XV: A WALK ON THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA; CHAPTER XVI: A SUBMARINE FOREST; CHAPTER XVII: FOUR THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE PACIFIC CHAPTER XVIII: VANIKOROCHAPTER XIX: TORRES STRAITS; CHAPTER XX: A FEW DAYS ON LAND; CHAPTER XXI: CAPTAIN NEMO'S THUNDERBOLT; CHAPTER XXII: A FEW DAYS ON LAND; CHAPTER XXIII: THE CORAL KINGDOM; PART TWO; CHAPTER I: THE INDIAN OCEAN; CHAPTER II: A NOVEL PROPOSAL OF CAPTAIN NEMO'S; CHAPTER III: A PEARL OF TEN MILLIONS; CHAPTER IV: THE RED SEA; CHAPTER V: THE ARABIAN TUNNEL; CHAPTER VI: THE GRECIAN ARCHIPELAGO; CHAPTER VII: THE MEDITERRANEAN IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS; CHAPTER VIII: VIGO BAY; CHAPTER IX: A VANISHED CONTINENT; CHAPTER X: THE SUBMARINE COAL-MINES; CHAPTER XI: THE SARGASSO SEA CHAPTER XII: CACHALOTS AND WHALESCHAPTER XIII: THE ICEBERG; CHAPTER XIV: THE SOUTH POLE; CHAPTER XV: ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT?; CHAPTER XVI: WANT OF AIR; CHAPTER XVII: FROM CAPE HORN TO THE AMAZON; CHAPTER XVIII: THE POULPS; CHAPTER XIX: THE GULF STREAM; CHAPTER XX: FROM LATITUDE 47° 24' TO LONGITUDE 17° 28'; CHAPTER XXI: A HECATOMB; CHAPTER XXII: THE LAST WORDS OF CAPTAIN NEMO; CHAPTER XXIII: CONCLUSION; Copyright The classic tale of the wonders and terrors lurking in the deep A monster has been wreaking havoc in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The US government has sent forth a team featuring Pierre Aronnax, a French marine biologist; Ned Land, a Canadian harpoonist; and Aronnax's servant Conseil to take care of the problem. Their mission: Kill the beast. But what they find is the submarine Nautilus and its helmsman, the fearsome Captain Nemo. Onboard Nemo's ship, Aronnax has a vision of ocean life that he never believed possible. In Nemo he sees a man who is entirely liberated yet completely shackle