George Orwell showed everyone what it would be like to. Soon, Fogg drew back his arm and punches Fix, while Passepartout cries, "Well hit! She begins to chip away at the emotional wall that Fogg has built up between himself and others, and Verne makes it very clear that she is slowly falling in love with him as time goes on.
Fogg, under a prolific amount pressure of losing a wager of twenty thousand pounds, remained very tranquil never once to lose his state of mind.
His portrayal of the only female character is mixed, though; she is very rarely given a voice, but she is also characterized as brave and clever, doing her part to fight off the Sioux during their attack and constantly choosing to remain with Fogg despite the danger they face.
In the second half of the book Fix helps Fogg in order to get him back to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Irelandwhere he will be under British jurisdiction and Fix can arrest him. Brainwashing is persuasion by propaganda or salesmanship Webster. These two themes are exemplified by one character, Mr.
In the most important way, though, it saves them—because they traveled eastward across time zones, they gain a day and make it in time to win the bet. What does this say about society at the time in which this book was published?