Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - Part 1 Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1 Chapter 9 Summary

The air in the small cabin is very heavy. Aronnax with his scientific mind believes that because there are three men in the room consuming one hundred seventy-six pints of air each, the oxygen in the room has been depleted and they are breathing mostly carbon dioxide. Aronnax, Conseil and Ned Land all wake up . They figure they have slept for one full day and are very hungry.

Ned Land grows more and more angry, while Conseil remains calm. The steward comes in the cabin. Land is so angry he jumps the steward and starts to strangle him. Another man speaks to them in perfect French: "Will you be so good as to listen to me?"

Part 1 Chapter 9 Analysis

In this short chapterof only three pages, the characters of the men under extreme pressure are revealed: Conseil remains calm; Ned Land...

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