Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

As the game of whist proceeds between Fogg, Fix, and Aouda, the game is suddenly interrupted by a voice admonishing to play the ace. As Fogg turns around, he recognizes Colonel Stamp Proctor and instantly demands satisfaction. The men decide to handle the matter of honor at the next station within the hour, but the train does not make the stop due to time schedule constraints. The gentleman repair to the last car to conduct their duel, but are interrupted by an attack by a tribe of Sioux on the train. The men fight courageously against the Sioux, but the train has to be stopped before passing the garrison at Fort Kearney. Passepartout is able to stop the train, but disappears when the train came to complete stop.

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