Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 Summary

As the travelers start their journey across the American continent, they watch the great country slide by their windows. The train is appointed with comfortable seats, dining cars, smoking cars, and balcony cars. At night, the seats are turned into comfortable, private berths with clean bedding for each passenger. As the passengers sleep in their berths, the train continues its journey over the Sierra Mountains. Passepartout finds himself sitting next to Fix during the journey, but their relationship has cooled considerably due to the past wrong doings. The two men remain civil to each other only due to their alliance in Fogg benefit. Fogg remains calm as the train is forced to stop due to a herd of thousands of buffalo crossed the tracks. As Fogg counts on reaching New York in seven days enabling him to board the steamer for Liverpool, Passepartout...

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