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Around the World in Eighty Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

The moment that Fogg has professed his thought to rescue the poor woman, he finds ready allies in Sir Francis and Passepartout. Passepartout is joyful that he has found a heart under his master's cold exterior. "His master's idea charmed him; he perceived a heart, a soul, under that icy exterior. He began to love Phileas Fogg" (69). As the men creep closer to the temple, they attempt to think of a means to rescue the poor woman. The Parsee guide has explained that the woman's name is Aouda, and she is the daughter of a wealthy merchant from Bombay. She is a celebrated beauty with the appearance and manners of a European. The Parsee Guide sadly comments that Aouda has tried escaping several times, but has been captured and drugged to force her to commit suttee. All this information seems to cement the reason behind...

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