Saturday, May 5, 2012

Around the World in 80 Days (The Most Interesting Setting in the Novel - Sample Answer)

Around the World in 80 Days

The Most Interesting Setting in the Novel

                  I have selected the novel entitled ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ written by Jules Verne in order to answer the question. The novel tells about a gentleman named Phileas Fogg who goes around the world in 80 days with his butler, Jean Passepartout as they embark on journey which is full of adventures and surprises.
                  The most interesting setting is the hut where Aouda is imprisoned by the kidnappers. This setting is the most interesting setting because it is the place where Phileas Fogg’s rescue actions start. First and foremost, Phileas Fogg waits until it is dark and goes to the hut, he cuts open the hut and rescues Aouda who looks half-dead. In addition to this, Phileas Fogg quickly runs and climbs onto Kiouni when the bandits chase after them. Phileas Fogg safely tucks Aouda in one of the howdahs with her still sleeping soundly. Last but not least, to make sure Aouda is safe, Phileas Fogg offers to take Aouda to Hong Kong, his next destination.     
     
                  In conclusion, the most interesting setting in the novel is the hut where Aouda is imprisoned by the kidnappers. This place is the most interesting place because it is the place where Phileas Fogg’s rescue actions start.  Finally, the two of them are safe and they get married and live happily ever after.
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