Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

On boarding the train at Bombay, Fogg and Passepartout are joined in their first class cabin by Sir Francis Cromarty. Sir Francis is a Brigadier General returning to his troops close to Calcutta. He has made his home in India for many years, thus making him well acquainted with the local customs and in traditions. He has observed Fogg as being a cold man without any heart. He has lamented to himself that Fogg has never, and will never live a worthy life. "In the way this strange gentleman was going on, he would leave the world without having done any good to himself or anybody else" (53). He is saddened by this fact and attempts to speak to Fogg about Passepartout's error at the temple. Fogg responds that if Passepartout is arrested and punished he will be returned quietly to Europe, but this...

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