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In one scene, Nemo exclaims: On its surface they can still exercise their iniquitous claims, battle each other, devour each other, haul every earthly horror. But thirty feet below sea level, their dominion ceases, their influence fades, their power vanishes! Live in the heart of the seas!
Here alone lies independence! Here I recognize no superiors! He shows the same compassion in his treatment of the castaways in The Mysterious Island, and retains a strong attachment to his deceased wife and children.
Though short-tempered, he rarely expresses his anger. He is also a man of immense courage, in the forefront of every activity, from releasing the Nautilus from the Antarctic ice to fighting squid in the Caribbean; and notable for having worked consecutive eight-hour shifts without a break, with little oxygen, to free the Nautilus from 1000 leagues under the sea ice.
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He was also identified as having discovered Atlantis. An extraordinary engineer, Nemo has designed and built the Nautilus, besides inventing her electric propulsion and navigation systems. He has an exceptional mastery of underwater navigation, taking upon himself the most difficult submarine passages, such as those under the Isthmus of Suez and the Antarctic 1000 leagues under the sea sheet.
The Grand Salon of the Nautilus He has a comprehensive knowledge of marine biologyand it is his respect for Professor Aronnax's expertise in the field which led to his befriending the professor when the latter was cast upon the Nautilus.
Further, he is said to have read and annotated all the books he possessed in the Nautilus's vast library.
He has very fine taste in art, possessing several masterpieces of both painting and sculpture, from ancient and modern European masters, all of which are 1000 leagues under the sea in the Grand Saloon of the Nautilus, along with his collection of pearlscorals and other such marine products, which he had gathered himself.
In the opinion of Professor Aronnax, the collection of the Grand Salon far outstrips that of the Louvre. Despite the opulence visible all through the NautilusNemo's cabin was furnished with little beside a bed and the navigational instruments integral to the Nautilus.
Captain Nemo is believed to be extremely affluent, in that while he never states exactly how much he is worth, he claims that 'without missing it, he could pay the national debt of France'.
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Nemo tells Professor Aronnax that his intention was to have his autobiography sealed in 1000 leagues under the sea unsinkable casket and thrown overboard by the last survivor of the Nautilus's crew, in the hope that it would be washed up somewhere.
Accordingly an unsinkable casket does wash up in The Mysterious Island wherein is revealed Nemo's background storycontaining tools, guns, navigation instruments, an atlas, books, blank paper, and even clothing.
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The crate is lashed to empty barrels, and the contents sealed in a waterproof zinc envelope, showing careful preparation and packing. Throughout the same book, Nemo acts as an agent of Divine Providenceas when the sailor Pencroff laments the absence of tobaccoand a hunting party 1000 leagues under the sea a plant that the young naturalist Harbert identifies as such.
The other castaways keep the discovery secret until they can dry and cure the leaves. One evening, Pencroff is offered some coffee by his friends. When he declines, they say, "A pipe, then?
Pencroff exclaims, "O, divine Providence!