Around the World in Eighty Days

[Le Tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours]
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Type: Literature
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A rich Englishman, Fogg, makes a bet: according to him, it is possible to go around the world in 80 days. To win the bet, he embarks on a journey with Passepartout (a proper name, which in French means "go everywhere"), his servant Fix, a detective who suspects he is a thief and Aouda, an Indian girl. The narrative of the trip is interesting, as is the description of the countries through which it passes (Suez, Adem, Bombay, India, Calcutta, Singapore, Hong Kong, Yokohama, S. Francisco, the plains of the United States, New York, and back to London) and the means it uses (by boat, train, elephant, etc.). Fix will try to delay the trip and Passepartout (due to successive mistakes) will cause several setbacks, but Fogg will continue to do his best to achieve it. A simple and fun book, for all audiences.

Author: Jorge Gaspar, Portugal, 2018