Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - Part 1 Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1 Chapter 14 Summary

Captain Nemo has the Nautilus go to the surface where he and Aronnax stand on a platform. Aronnax notes the shape of the ship looks like a marine animal. The two men enjoy the view of the Japanese coastline.

They return to the interior of the boat. Aronnax retires to the saloon, where he reads about the wonders of the sea. There are rivers in the sea; the most interesting is the Gulf Stream. The Nautilus is following the current of the Kuro Shiwo near the Gulf of Bengal.

Conseil and Ned Land appear in the saloon. They are amazed at the museum quality artwork. Ned Land wants to know how many sailors are on board. Aronnax says to give up the idea of causing them to mutiny. As for himself, Aronnax is glad to experience the wonders of the Nautilus...

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