Chapter 1 | Chapter 2
• The reader is introduced to Phileas Fogg, who is a proper English gentleman.
• Fogg is a member of the Reform Club of London.
• Fogg seems to have extensive knowledge of the world and shares it with his fellow members, even though none of them can remember him traveling.
• He has significant wealth, but lives in a modest home with need of only one manservant.
• Having just terminated his current male servant, Fogg interviews and employs Jean Passepartout, a Frenchman.
• Passepartout comments on Fogg's fine English behavior and appearance, comparing him to a wax figure in Madame Tussand's, but is actually please by his calm composure and stability.
• Passepartout is a pleasant, portly man who has served in English households before. He is looking forward to serving Fogg.
Chapter 3 | Chapter 4
• While reading the newspaper during breakfast at the Reform Club, Fogg learns the Bank of...
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