Select all that apply. After Aronnax, Land, and Conseil were confined to their original cell, they A- fell asleep from drugged food, B- ate breakfast, C- were freed to roam the ship, D- were left in darkness.

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 After Aronnax, Land, and Conseil were confined to their original cell in Jules Verne's novel "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea," they A- fell asleep from drugged food and D- were left in darkness. The drug was introduced to their food by Captain Nemo's orders to keep them unconscious while the submarine, the Nautilus, navigated through a particularly dangerous area.

Extra: Jules Verne's "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" is a classic science fiction novel that was first published in 1870. The story is told from the perspective of Professor Pierre Aronnax, who, along with his servant Conseil and the Canadian whaler Ned Land, is taken prisoner on board the Nautilus, a submarine piloted by the enigmatic Captain Nemo. Throughout their adventures, they encounter many wonders and perils beneath the sea. The book is renowned for its detailed imagining of a submarine well before the advent of advanced underwater vessels capable of extensive undersea travel, and it deals with themes of freedom, captivity, and mankind's desire to explore the unknown.

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A- fell asleep from drugged food. After being confined back to their cell following their attempt to escape, Professor Aronnax, Ned Land, and Conseil are served food that has been drugged, causing them to fall asleep.

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