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In the book Around the World in Eighty Days Phileas Fogg a very generous man from London all of a sudden replies that he can travel around the world in eighty days The men around him think he is crazy and offer to make a wager He goes around the table betting every man They figure he would leave in a few days to plan but he ends up leaving the same night Along with Phileas goes his assistant Passepartout Passepartout was a real ladies-man He had to go to England in a basket hiding from the women Right after they leave for their journey the Bank of England gets 50 thousand pounds stolen from it Everyone believes it is Phileas and Passepartout However the ones who think it wasnt them feel that the thief will get away with it They started off in a hot air balloon and while it was in the air the gas valve got stuck Passepartout climbs up the balloon to try and fix it but he almost falls out They end up landing at some sort of dance somewhere in Spain Deserted in Spain Phileas asks a man for a ship The man says yes but only if Passepartout steps in the ring for a bullfight So they get the ship to Mongolia When they get there Passepartout feeling a little confident decides to fight a camel like a bull They end up getting chased out of the country on a train By this time they think Phileas is a criminal so they have a warrant out for his arrest Meanwhile they realize at some point the track ends for fifty miles Therefore they determine to get an elephant One night they stop to sleep and discover a cult about to sacrifice a woman In fact she was the princess Passepartout runs off and saves her himself All the while at home they are reading this in the papers
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