Passepartout

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  • A Short Story : Summary Of Phileas Fogg

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    degrees instead of 86 degrees. After Phileas fired James he got a new servant by the name of Jean Passepartout. Jean was a Frenchman and had many jobs before being Phileas’s servant. Some jobs he had was being an, “itinerant singer”, a circus rider, and a sergeant fireman in Paris. Passepartout knew about Phileas Fogg’s OCD and still continued to “interview” to be his servant. Phileas then hired Passepartout to be his servant. Phileas loves to play ‘Whist”, a card game, and is very good at it. Phileas

  • Essay On Detective Fix

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    Detective Fix more than an annoying character All villains are antagonists, but not all antagonists are villains. In classic literature, the purpose of an evil character is to create a triumphant ending for the good one. In Jules Vern's, literature Around the World in Eighty Days, the antagonist characters possesses much more than simply being the villain in pursuance of the protagonist to impede their cliché happy ending. Detective Fix a tenacious and stubborn character presents much more than

  • A Triumphant Ending For The Hero

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    All villains are antagonists but not all antagonists are villains, It has been established in classic literature that the purpose of a villain sis to create a triumphant ending for the hero. In Jules Vern 's, Around the world in Eight Days, the antagonist possesses much more than simply being the bad guy in pursuance of the protagonist to impede their cliché happy ending. Detective Fix, as tenacious and stubborn as he is, offers much more than an antagonist who is fated to meet his doom in the end

  • Around the World in 80 Days

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    The three travel to Bombay, where they spend a trivial amount of time. While here, Passepartout is sent on errands to purchase more essentials. In his curiosity, he ventures within an Indian temples, with his shoes on. Entering within such a temple as Passepartout did is regarded as a crime by the English government, who respects the beliefs of the natives. The priests run him out, and Passepartout is lucky to escape on a train with his master on way to Calcutta. The headlines which were

  • Joshamee Gibbs Archetypes Essay

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    blockbuster film. Passepartout is a french valet, from a book written in the 1800s. But, as the reader dives into the characters and their behaviors, a pattern or archetype can be seen. Archetypes are universal in every story and narrative. For the hero, there are 3 archetypes: tragic, romantic, and epic heroes, but for the other archetypes they are more broad and open to more variety. The hero is the protagonist, or main character in a film or book. The role of the companion is that of

  • Detective Fix Character Analysis

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    his motives and thoughts when executed into actions, he tends to be not straightforward in his ways. This trait of Fix usually raises difficulties in Fogg’s goal. Fix’s such quality manifests itself, when Fix persists the three priests to pursue Passepartout for his

  • Fogg Passepartout And Aouda

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    Even though the protagonists, Fogg, Passepartout and Aouda, get around the world in 80 days, They do come across some conflicts weather it's broken train tracks to a human sacrificial Indian ritual. Here are some of the conflicts that the protagonists faced and how they solved them. The broken train track in Indiana A news article told everyone that the train track in India was finished. When Fogg started the trip in India he bought in elephant saying that he foretold about this incident. The

  • Around the World in 80 Days 1

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    shaving water at 84 °F (29 °C) instead of 86 °F (30 °C), Mr. Fogg hires a Frenchman by the name of Jean Passepartout, who is about 30 years old, as a replacement. Later, on that day, in the Reform Club,

  • Analysis Of Book ' Around The World '

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    because he had gained a day during his journey as he had gone around the world from west to east. Even though he earned 20,000 pounds, he had spent 19,000 pounds on the trip and his financial return wasn’t very good. He split the 1,000 pounds between Passepartout and Detective Fix whom he could feel no resentment toward. Also, throughout the journey, Mr. Fogg rescues an Indian princess where they fall in love and marry after winning the bet. Setting: The settings of the novel are London, Paris, Suez

  • Analysis Of Around The World In 80 Days

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    Days follows the story of Phileas Fogg, a somewhat peculiar, yet intelligent, man. The wealthy eccentric shows extreme stubbornness, motivation, and determination to prove his resolve which results in a fully eventful novel. He is joined by Jean Passepartout, his newly hired, yet loyal, French servant who quickly joins him on his adventure. They are closely pursued by Inspector Fix, the Scotland Yard detective leading the hunt for the criminal involved in a recent bank robbery. Set in 1872, Phileas

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