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  • Chapter II.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT IS CONVINCED THAT HE HAS AT LAST FOUND HIS IDEAL
  • Chapter III.-IN WHICH A CONVERSATION TAKES PLACE WHICH SEEMS LIKELY TO COST PHILEAS FOGG DEAR
  • Chapter IV.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG ASTOUNDS PASSEPARTOUT, HIS SERVANT
  • Chapter V.-IN WHICH A NEW SPECIES OF FUNDS, UNKNOWN TO THE MONEYED MEN,APPEARS ON 'CHANGE
  • Chapter VI.-IN WHICH FIX, THE DETECTIVE, BETRAYS A VERY NATURAL IMPATIENCE
  • Chapter VII.-WHICH ONCE MORE DEMONSTRATES THE USELESSNESS OF PASSPORTS AS AIDS TO DETECTIVES
  • Chapter VIII.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT TALKS RATHER MORE, PERHAPS, THAN IS PRUDENT
  • Chapter IX.-IN WHICH THE RED SEA AND THE INDIAN OCEAN PROVE PROPITIOUS TO THE DESIGNS OF PHILEAS FOGG
  • Chapter X.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT IS ONLY TOO GLAD TO GET OFF WITH THE LOSS OF HIS SHOES
  • Chapter XI.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG SECURES A CURIOUS MEANS OF CONVEYANCE AT A FABULOUS PRICE
  • Chapter XII.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG AND HIS COMPANIONS VENTURE ACROSS THE INDIAN FORESTS, AND WHAT ENSUED
  • Chapter XIII.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT RECEIVES A NEW PROOF THAT FORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVE
  • Chapter XIV.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG DESCENDS THE WHOLE LENGTH OF THE BEAUTIFUL VALLEY OF THE GANGES WITHOUT EVER THINKING OF SEEING IT
  • Chapter XV.-IN WHICH THE BAG OF BANKNOTES DISGORGES SOME THOUSANDS OF POUNDS MORE
  • Chapter XVI.-IN WHICH FIX DOES NOT SEEM TO UNDERSTAND IN THE LEAST WHAT IS SAID TO HIM
  • Chapter XVII.-SHOWING WHAT HAPPENED ON THE VOYAGE FROM SINGAPORE TO HONG KONG
  • Chapter XVIII.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG, PASSEPARTOUT, AND FIX GO EACH ABOUT HIS BUSINESS
  • Chapter XIX.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT TAKES A TOO GREAT INTEREST IN HIS MASTER, AND WHAT COMES OF IT
  • Chapter XX.-IN WHICH FIX COMES FACE TO FACE WITH PHILEAS FOGG
  • Chapter XXI.-IN WHICH THE MASTER OF THE "TANKADERE" RUNS GREAT RISK OF LOSING A REWARD OF TWO HUNDRED POUNDS
  • Chapter XXII.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT FINDS OUT THAT, EVEN AT THE ANTIPODES,IT IS CONVENIENT TO HAVE SOME MONEY IN ONE'S POCKET
  • Chapter XXIII.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT'S NOSE BECOMES OUTRAGEOUSLY LONG
  • Chapter XXIV.-DURING WHICH MR. FOGG AND PARTY CROSS THE PACIFIC OCEAN
  • Chapter XXV.-IN WHICH A SLIGHT GLIMPSE IS HAD OF SAN FRANCISCO
  • Chapter XXVI.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG AND PARTY TRAVEL BY THE PACIFIC RAILROAD
  • Chapter XXVII.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT UNDERGOES, AT A SPEED OF TWENTY MILES AN HOUR,A COURSE OF MORMON HISTORY
  • Chapter XXVIII.-IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT DOES NOT SUCCEED IN MAKING ANYBODY LISTEN TO REASON
  • Chapter XXIX.-IN WHICH CERTAIN INCIDENTS ARE NARRATED WHICH ARE ONLY TO BE MET WITH ON AMERICAN RAILROADS
  • Chapter XXX.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG SIMPLY DOES HIS DUTY
  • Chapter XXXI.-IN WHICH FIX, THE DETECTIVE,CONSIDERABLY FURTHERS THE INTERESTS OF PHILEAS FOGG
  • Chapter XXXII.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG ENGAGES IN A DIRECT STRUGGLE WITH BAD FORTUNE
  • Chapter XXXIII.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG SHOWS HIMSELF EQUAL TO THE OCCASION
  • Chapter XXXIV.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG AT LAST REACHES LONDON
  • Chapter XXXV.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG DOES NOT HAVE TO REPEAT HIS ORDERS TO PASSEPARTOUT TWICE
  • Chapter XXXVI.-IN WHICH PHILEAS FOGG'S NAME IS ONCE MORE AT A PREMIUM ON 'CHANGE
  • Chapter XXXVII.-IN WHICH IT IS SHOWN THAT PHILEAS FOGG GAINED NOTHING BY HIS TOUR AROUND THE WORLD, UNLESS IT WERE HAPPINESS
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