Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

On arrival at Calcutta, the travelers are disembarking from the train when they are stopped by a policeman. He requests their identities, and then demands that they are to accompany him to police headquarters. After being imprisoned at police headquarters, they appear before Judge Obadiah to hear of the charges against them. The charges being brought against them stem from the three Brahmin priests from Bombay, which creates confusion with the ones that just tried to burn Aouda. The evidence is produced against them consists of a pair of shoes, which Passepartout exclaims are his own in his excitement. A sentence is passed against both Passepartout and Fogg, which condemns them to jail time and a fine. Fogg requests and posts bond, which is granted at a thousand pounds a piece. The travelers leave the courtroom and drive directly to the quay to...

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