Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

The Rangoon is a worthy vessel, but not as comfortable as the Mongolia. The travelers are comfortable to a certain degree for the ten to twelve days it will take to reach Hong Kong. Fogg takes care to make sure Aouda has every comfort possible on board, but Aouda is not difficult to please during the journey. He spends a portion of every day with Aouda listening to her with a cool demeanor. He does not show any emotion toward her and behaves with strict propriety towards her during all their visits. Aouda shows her gratitude and gazes at him with her big azure eyes, but Fogg resists her azure stares and does not show any emotion.

Unknown to the travelers, Fix has rejoined them on the Rangoon. He manages to slip on board after them and stays hidden in his berth for...

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