Jules Verne quote about liberty from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea - Liberty is worth paying for
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Liberty is worth paying for
 Jules Verne, Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870). copy citation

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Author Jules Verne
Source Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea
Topic liberty worth
Date 1870
Language English
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Note Translated by Lewis Page Mercier
Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/files/164/164-h/164-h.htm

Context

“I have procured an English wrench, to unfasten the bolts which attach it to the shell of the Nautilus. So all is ready, till to-night."
"The sea is bad."
"That I allow," replied the Canadian; "but we must risk that. Liberty is worth paying for; besides, the boat is strong, and a few miles with a fair wind to carry us is no great thing. Who knows but by to-morrow we may be a hundred leagues away? Let circumstances only favour us, and by ten or eleven o'clock we shall have landed on some spot of terra firma, alive or dead. But adieu now till to-night."” source
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