The Other Log of Phileas Fogg

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  • A Triumphant Ending For The Hero

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    complement to valor. Without his efforts, the account of journey is predictable, depriving the readers of suspense and anticipation towards the story’s conclusion. His endeavor throughout the narrative was to arrest the famed robber who he believes is Fogg. Although being a part of journey, he showed the complexity of his disposition. A reader must overlook all the misdeeds and maliciousness Fix had performed in order to observe him beyond the image classic literature portrays antagonist, Verne develops

  • Essay On Detective Fix

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    However, without his efforts, the account of the journey would be predictable, depriving the readers of suspense and anticipation towards the end of the story. His endeavor throughout the narrative was to arrest the famed bank robber who he believes is Fogg. His in the entire journey proves the complexity of his disposition. To understand Detective Fix’s role, the reader must overlook his malicious intents and misdeeds to observe him beyond the image of an antagonist in classic literature. Detective Fix

  • A Short Story : Summary Of Phileas Fogg

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    Summary: Phileas Fogg is a rich man and keeps his word. He also is very precise about everything, making him OCD. No one knows how Phileas is rich nor do they know any of his family. On October 2, he fired James Forster because James gave Phileas shaving water at 84 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”

  • Around the World in 80 Days

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    novel is one of daring and persistence. On the whim of a wager, Fogg is sent around the world in the impossible time span of eighty days. Throughout the work, Fogg's limitless persistence, entwined with his stereotypical English composure, astound the reader. Fogg represents this boundless daring in the audacious wager he makes. He has promised his arrival back in London in eighty days, regardless of the wilderness, delay, or other

  • Detective Fix Character Analysis

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    also creates obstacles in the way of Phileas Fogg’s journey. An evident attribute in Fix’s personality, which often makes him aggravating to readers, is his deceitfulness. Often as 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

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