Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Phileas Fogg and Passepartout have successfully rescued Aouda, and are laughing and congratulating each other over their boldness. Fogg congratulates Passepartout, who is overwhelmed with the honor of his master's fine words. The group is still able to arrive in Allahabad station for the train on time, Aouda is still in a drug induced stupor from the hemp at the temple. As the men make arrangements to board the train to Benares, Passepartout goes on an errand to find more suitable clothing for Aouda. He is able to take a good look at Allahabad, the City of God, while completing his errand. Meanwhile, Fogg has paid the Parsee guide the agreed amount, but then asks him if he would like to keep Kiouni, the elephant, for his brave contribution in rescuing Aouda. The Parsee guide is overwhelmed with his gratitude and generosity, while...

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