Around the World in Eighty Days - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

The next day, Phileas Fogg's house still looks to be closed up, but Fogg has returned quietly during the night. He has ensconced himself in his room after making Aouda comfortable in a guest room. Passepartout paces throughout the night worried about his master. Finally the next morning, he calls Passepartout and gives him orders for Aouda and himself. He spends all day putting his affairs in order. He finally goes to speak to Aouda about seven o' clock that night to ask her forgiveness. Fogg tells her that he is a ruined man and he has brought her to England thinking he can provide for her. Aouda answers him by not blaming him, but instead requesting his forgiveness for slowing him down during the journey.

She asks him what he will do and if he has any family, or friends to turn...

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