Robur the Conqueror

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    Captain Nemo: The Man Who Demonstrates Honor Perhaps one of the most superior personality traits honor is sometimes overlooked. In Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, Brutus’ honor lives even when he doesn’t. After Brutus dies at Marc Antony’s feet, he reminds people Brutus’ legacy was the most honorable. “This was the noblest Roman of them all: All the conspirators, save only he [Brutus]...and common good to all, made one of them.” (act 5, scene 5, lines 74-78) Similarly, in the novel 20,000

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    Jules Verne plays with his readers' perceptions of life and sentience in both Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas and Robur the Conqueror. Both novels share fundamental novums; a vehicle that cannot exist during the current time does, in fact, exist. Although these technological modes of transport utilized in both novels are fantastical and near-mythical in nature, they both are grounded in possible (and probable) methods of operation. However, despite these vehicles being controlled by a knowledgeable

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    "The sea is everything. It covers seven tenths of the terrestrial globe. It is an immense desert, where man is never lonely, for he feels life stirring on all sides. It is nothing but love and emotion; it is the Living Infinite". (Jules 199) This part of a Quote written by Jules Verne himself can be found in one of Verne's most famous book Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. it Gives a clue to his fascination with world travel adventures and the knowledge he was inspired by. Jules Verne is a globally

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    Jordan Lisse Mr. Topper World Literature November 6, 2014 Annotated Bibliography’s Aronson, Jamie. "Jules Verne." Jules Verne (2006): 1. Primary Search Main Edition. Web. 27 Oct. 2014. Jules Verne born in Nantes France he was 1 of 5 he gave up his job as a stock broker to write stories Jules Verne's stories predicted the future, he had a large influence by science and technology most of his works became classics, and realities. "Verne invented a future world full of technological devices

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