Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

On arrival into British India, Fogg and Passepartout make preparations to depart on the train to Calcutta leaving that evening. Fogg passes by the passport office to complete the business of getting his passport countersigned and stamped with a visa. He retires to the train station to have his dinner, which is prepared by the landlord. The landlord has suggested a local dish of rabbit, which is supposed to be excellent and quite spicy. Fogg did attempt to eat the dish, but calls the landlord to ask if he is serving a cat instead of a rabbit. As the landlord gasps and chokes on his response, Fogg advises him that the cat has been a sacred animal of India for many years. He continues to finish his meal, not once showing any interest in the sites of Bombay such as the city hall...

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