Around the World in Eighty Days - Study Guide Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Fogg is arrested and jailed in the Custom House of Liverpool to await transport to London. Aouda and Passepartout wait outside for him in the cold wind. Both Aouda and Passepartout cry and despair at Fogg's situation. Passepartout has to be restrained by a police officer at Fogg's arrest. He angrily thinks that the arrest may have been avoided, if he told his master about Fix's theory.

Inside the cell, Fogg stares at his time piece watching the time creep by him. He feels trapped by circumstances, but all of a sudden, he hears foot steps in the hall. The door is opened by Fix along with Passepartout and Aouda. Fix comes in and says, "Sir - forgive me - a most - unfortunate resemblance - robber arrested three days ago- you - are free!" (223). Fogg approaches Fix standing in front of him and using...

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