This member of the Reform Club of London is an English man of middle years with a stable, no-nonsense personality.
This French person has many professions and wants to have a settled life without any excitement and respect for the employer.
This character is a Parsee Princess, educated in the European way, who is rescued in India.
This character is the bumbling detective, who represents the single-mindedness of British Victorianism and Imperialism.
This character is a Brigadier General living out his life in India.
This character provides guidance through the jungles of India's subcontinent.
Colonel Stamp Proctor
This character is the American rioter, who represents the uncivilized American society. Verne presents this character to illustrate his contempt toward dueling and its senselessness.
Elder William Hitch
This character is a Mormon and lectures on the train from San...
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