Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

The travelers have smooth sailing the first two days on the Tankadere, but then Bunsby advises Fogg that a tempest is brewing in the China Sea. Fogg asks if the typhoon's direction is coming from the south. He advises Bunsby that the typhoon will aid their journey northward. Bunsby orders all the sails tied down and left only one sail on the jib to catch the wind. The Tankadere endures terrible winds and high seas during several days. The captain and his men keep the ship from floundering during the night by keeping careful watch. Fogg and Aouda refuse to go below as the ship is uncomfortably narrow and tight below. On the last day, they make it into Shanghai in time to see the smoke of the steamer leaving for Yokohama.

Fix stands alongside Fogg during the nights of bad weather fearing...

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