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Around the World in Eighty Days Chapter 21

By Jules Verne

Chapter 21

In which the master of the Tankadere runs great risk of losing a reward of two hundred pounds

  • A furious storm strikes, and even though Phileas encourages the captain of the Tankadere to go as fast as he can, the travelers are overcome with worry that they will not get to Japan in time for the next ship. Aouda is neither afraid nor seasick during the storm and remains extremely brave.
  • Fix feels bad about doping Passepartout, because Fogg has been so kind in paying for his travel.
  • Just as they are about to pull into the harbor at Shanghai, they see the American ship they were supposed to catch there.
  • Fogg asks the shipmaster to signal the American liner to see if they will be allowed to board it.

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