Jules Verne - Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea - The thunderbolt without the reverberations of thunder would frighten man but little, though the danger lies in the lightning, not in the noise.
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The thunderbolt without the reverberations of thunder would frighten man but little, though the danger lies in the lightning, not in the noise.

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1870
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Translated by Lewis Page Mercier
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