Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Fogg and Aouda fight valiantly during the battle and come away unharmed. Fix has a slight wound to his arm, but the duel will never be fought as Colonel Proctor is gravely injured in the groin. Passepartout is nowhere to be found, he has been taken by the Sioux as a prisoner. Immediately, Fogg sets out to go after him to rescue his manservant, but he will be giving up his opportunity to make his steamer in New York. He does not have to reflect a moment, but states that he is going after the prisoners to rescue them. He turns to the Captain and requests a small group of men to follow the Sioux. He leaves with thirty men following the Sioux into the desert. He has Aouda in charge of his carpetbag, and the promise that he will bring Passepartout back...

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