Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

The following morning, Passepartout is very hungry and walks around looking for a way to pay for his morning meal. He thinks of using his fine voice to sing for food, but it was too early to awake people with his raised voice. He finally concludes on selling his clothes for a cheaper Japanese costume instead, which may enable him to find work. He finds a second hand shop, which pays him for his European clothes. He leaves the shop clothed in his second hand Japanese clothes and finds a teahouse for his meal. After he has eaten, he goes about trying to find work to provide him with a means to pay for his next meal and possibly transportation to America. He finally stumbles on an acrobatic act needing a sturdy acrobat. He joins the performance that afternoon and is on the...

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