This is a fun romp. What annoys me most though, is that he's too disdainful to do a little sightseeing. Since 20,000 pounds are at stake, he fetches Passepartout and they head off right away to circumnavigate the globe. This novel is very captivating making the reader eager to read it more. Around the world in 80 days is an adventure book written in 1873. Illustration showing Jules Verne Major Characters Let's cover the major characters of this novel.
I like Jean probably the most since he wasn't stuck up, he was trying to help and he had a bit more going on but unfortunately you just wanted to shake him at the same time. Then they boarded another ship and came to Liverpool on December 21st at 11:40. Passepartout is able to stop the train, but disappears when the train came to complete stop. Jean studied his very well and came to the conclusion that Fogg was about 40. Get me an arrest warrant to Bombay. The train stopped in the middle of nowhere because the railway ran out despite the papers saying it was done.
This is a quick book summary and analysis of Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne. I really liked the characters of Phileas Fogg , Passpatout, and Aouda. They just do that over and over, threw the whole book. They catch sight of the Hudson river in New York, but it is too late to take the China across the Atlantic to Liverpool, England. During his travels he meets this beautiful Indian princess, that is mistaken for a huge crime and the detective is trying to stop them during this trip. That night the ship came to port Queenstown.
Jean Passepartout, Fogg's French butler, Detective Fix, who works for Scotland Yard and is on the trail of Fogg, who he thinks is a bank robber and Aouda , an Indian princess who is rescued by Fogg and Passepartout, travels with them and then marries Fogg. Things look bad, as Fogg is so close to making it back in time. He was about 30 and changed various jobs. Fogg goes after him, even if it means losing the wager. They changed their plans and decided to take her when she will be at the pyre. Verne could not believe how far we could go.
Passepartout goes to buy clothes and necessary items for Aouda, who will be coming with them to Hong Kong, where she says one of her Parsee relations lives. Aouda is a silly creature who just cries and worries and fawns for what reason, I'm not sure, especially as it was Passepartout who actually saved her. Summary The train leaves on time, and joining Fogg and in their compartment is a man named , who Fogg played whist with on the Mongolia, and who lives in India, traveling to England only rarely. Jean often misunderstood Fogg but he won him over with his kindness. Yes, many of these are simply done in the interest of furthering his journey—like giving the Parsee the elephant as a gift, for instance—but with others, this is not the case. When he misses one of the steamers along the way, he finds another way to reach his destination, and is able to do so because he has that disposition.
In the end they arrived a day late. Auoda says she will marry him, and he accepts because he is in love with her. Fix expected a ship in Suez. The Jade Buddha is reinstated in the village's temple. He shows great courage by coming to the rescue at the last moment more than once. The story is set in London and is about a rich man named Phileas Fogg who lives a very basic but luxurious life. Verne could not believe how far we could go.
Fogg was 20 hours behind schedule. Fogg to succeed in winning his bet. Fix follows them to Hong Kong, where the trio finds out that Aouda's relative, with whom she was planning to stay, has moved. Phileas Fogg is a perfectionist. Passepartout and Phileas retreat to Phileas's home, where he mourns on his rash decision; yet Passepartout said that to bet on something he believed in made the bet in no way foolish. He's loyal and principled too, refusing to turn on his master, even when he wonders for a while if Fix is right. Without losing a moment, they take a carriage and leave London, after crossing with Inspector Fix Ewen Bremner , a corrupt officer who was hired to stop them from travelling around the world.
He followed Fogg around the globe, he missed arresting him in India and Hong Kong through incompetence, and as soon as they arrived back in London, he did arrest Fogg but erroneously. Her gratitude and admiration toward Fogg grow and develop into much more. He bribed all of the officers and sailors on the ship and now he was headed for Liverpool while the captain was captive in the cabin. Frank Sinatra in a movie adaptation Once the boat lands in Ireland, Fix arrests Fogg. The railroads, and the steamships. You see Auoda falling in love with her protector, but it appears that Fogg is quite unaware. They had to prevent the two of them from seeing each other.
As Fogg turns around, he recognizes Colonel Stamp Proctor and instantly demands satisfaction. The events that occur throughout the novel describe his journey around the world. Many bets started to form. The journey challenges both Phileas Fogg and Passepartout in many ways, but both men come out as winners in the end. Despite their preparations, they barely made it through the night.
Fogg insists that nothing would delay him. And I personally give this book an 8 out of 10. Jean left the wagon and detached the locomotive from the other wagons. The author could have described interesting points of cultures of different countries traveled by the characters but he concentrated on the mode of journey and a small bit of topography which we can get in other books too. I seriously loathe authors who cannot keep the facts straight on their stories but due to this is also an adaptation I am wondering if that may be an adaptor mistake. This section contains 626 words approx. Fogg when he causes a fall of a pyramid of men on a stage he is a part of.