This is a passage from a short essay.
I'm not sure if "caught down in mines" in the third sentence is an ordinary phrase.
If at least it makes sense, could you tell me what it means?
I'd appreciate your support!
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"Have you ever thought how dreadful it would be if you could get no water to drink when you were thirsty? It would be worse than having no food to eat when you are hungry. People who have been lost at sea or caught down in mines, where they could get no food or drink, say they suffered more from thir