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Around the World in Eighty Days Characters & Character Analysis

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Phileas Fogg

Fogg is an English man of middle years with a stable, no-nonsense personality. He is a member of the Reform Club of London, and the epitome of a Victorian imperialistic traveler. He sets about accepting a wager to tour around the world in eighty days from his counterparts at the Reform Club. He sets off on his journey with his manservant, Passepartout. Fogg shows very little interest in all the exotic places during his journey. Many times, he does not even leave his whist game to look at a city, or historical site. He shows a cold disregard for his manservant, Passepartout, who he has just engaged the day he left London. During his voyage through the Indian Peninsula, he decides to rescue a Parsee princess in grave danger and takes her along to Hong Kong. On his voyage to Hong Kong, he faces his greatest challenge...

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