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Around the World in Eighty Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 33 Summary

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Chapter 33 Summary

Phileas Fogg and his party board the Henrietta. Within twelve hours, he mounts to the helm as her captain. He has spent his time converting all of the ship's crew to his cause with generous payments. Captain Speedy has been locked up in his state room against his will. Fogg proceeds to order that the furnaces burn hot all day and night, which enable them to make good time. At 770 miles from Liverpool, the engineer approaches Fogg to advise them the coal supply is running out. Fogg orders the coal burned until it runs out, and calls Passepartout to bring Captain Speedy to him. The captain explodes out of his state room to confront Fogg.

Fogg quietly and confidently confronts the angry man with a quiet offer of sixty thousand dollars for his vessel. After striking a bargain with the Captain, Fogg orders everything except the engine...

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