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Rachel Anne Xavier
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80           DAYSBEFORE THE JOURNEY BEGINS:                 Rachel Anne Xavier
Rachel Anne Xavier
Rachel Anne Xavier
• The story begins in England.• We are introduced to Fogg, a very  precise man who regularly goes to  the Reform Club ever...
• Fix, the detective follows Fogg all  over world.• He believes that Fogg is the bank  robber who has robbed a great sum  ...
• Fogg strives through various obstacles to  reach London in time.• He goes through Suez, Bombay, Calcutta,  Hong Kong, Yo...
Rachel Anne Xavier
London to Suez     rail and steamer        7 daysSuez to Bombay     steamer                 13 daysBombay to              ...
Rachel Anne Xavier
Rachel Anne Xavier
•A wealthy gentleman of forty         • An extremely meticulous man         who thrives on routine         • Stickler for ...
•A newly-hired butler to Fogg             • Somewhat mirrors Fogg’s             characteristics of being precise          ...
•“A short man with small eyes              and bushy eyebrows that              twitched constantly”              • A dete...
•A Persian-Indian princess who              was rescued by Fogg.              • Shares the adventures of the              ...
Rachel Anne Xavier
Rachel Anne Xavier
 No.7 Savile Row, London, Fogg’s  residence. The Reform Club, a gentleman’s  clubhouse.  -The place where Phileas Fogg s...
 Suez                    San Francisco Bombay                  New York Calcutta                Liverpool Hong Kong...
Rachel Anne Xavier
NO                   NOTE                         CHAPTER   PAGE 1 Phileas Fogg is very particular about             1   t...
NO                   NOTE                          CHAPTER   PAGE 1 Problem:In India – no train to go to               6  ...
NO                    NOTE                      CHAPTER   PAGE 1 The poor girl lay…                              7 2 Phile...
NO                   NOTE                         CHAPTER   PAGE 1 Phileas tried to hire the elephant to take        6   t...
NO                  NOTE                         CHAPTER   PAGE 1 When Phileas thought he had lost the            17   bet...
NO                   NOTE                          CHAPTER   PAGE 1 In India – no train to go to Calcutta ,           6   ...
NO                   NOTE                          CHAPTER   PAGE 1 “Passepartout held on tightly to the               3  ...
NO                     NOTE                           CHAPTER   PAGE 1 Phileas and Passepartout together with             ...
Rachel Anne Xavier
• Time is very precious and should be used in  the most practical manner• We should face life’s lessons with patience  and...
HOW WELL DO YOUUNDERSTAND THE    STORY?      Rachel Anne Xavier
Rachel Anne Xavier
Rachel Anne Xavier
Rachel Anne XavierAuoda misses the Carnatic ship to Yokohama.
Rachel Anne Xavier
LEISURE byWilliam Henry Davies           What is this life if, full of care,       We have no time to stand and stare.    ...
 Man not having time or making time to enjoynatureWhat life is if we lead hurries lives all the timeHave too much work ...
 Nature  - woods  - streams  - sky Rural setting ContemplativeReflectiveFrustratedSad                  Rachel Anne X...
 Take time to enjoy nature and         simple pleasures of life. Life is meaningless if we have              no time for...
Rachel Anne Xavier
A Fighters Lines by Marzuki AliI am old and worn                             In the name of justiceand have lost all my st...
 Persona – Old SoldierTired, old and weakSuffered in the pastBelieves that he will be in wheelchair for the rest of hi...
 After independence First Stanza : sad and weary               : melancholicSecond Stanza : Helplessness               ...
 Patriotism                      Courages                      UnityWe must be brave to uphold justiceWe must be will...
Rachel Anne Xavier
Rachel Anne Xavier
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  1. 1. Rachel Anne Xavier
  2. 2. AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYSBEFORE THE JOURNEY BEGINS: Rachel Anne Xavier
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  5. 5. • The story begins in England.• We are introduced to Fogg, a very precise man who regularly goes to the Reform Club every evening.• At one such visit to the club to play cards, he gets into a conversation with his fellow card players as to whether it is possible to go around the world in eighty days.• He believes that it is and is challenged to complete the adventure. Rachel Anne Xavier
  6. 6. • Fix, the detective follows Fogg all over world.• He believes that Fogg is the bank robber who has robbed a great sum from the bank of England.• He puts obstacles in Fogg’s path just so that he can arrest him whenever he gets the warrant from England.• Passepartout too wonders whether his master might be a robber though in his heart he has ample trust in Fogg’s integrity. Rachel Anne Xavier
  7. 7. • Fogg strives through various obstacles to reach London in time.• He goes through Suez, Bombay, Calcutta, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York and finally Liverpool.• Fix arrests Fogg at Liverpool and this delays our hero.• He thinks that he has missed the deadline and hasnt reached London in time when in reality he reaches a full day earlier.• Thus Fogg wins the wager and in the course of his travels, finds himself a worthy charming, beautiful wife too. Rachel Anne Xavier
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  9. 9. London to Suez rail and steamer 7 daysSuez to Bombay steamer 13 daysBombay to rail and elephant 3 daysCalcuttaCalcutta to Hong steamer 13 daysKongHong Kong to steamer 6 daysYokohamaYokohama to San steamer 22 daysFranciscoSan Francisco to rail 7 daysNew York CityNew York to steamer and rail 10 daysLondonTotal 80 days Rachel Anne Xavier
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  12. 12. •A wealthy gentleman of forty • An extremely meticulous man who thrives on routine • Stickler for punctuality • Determined to win the wager • Practical – travels light • Calm and collected – never panics despite the many adversities they faced.Rachel Anne Xavier
  13. 13. •A newly-hired butler to Fogg • Somewhat mirrors Fogg’s characteristics of being precise • Contented and eager to please his master • Protective of Fogg and defends his honour • Trustworthy – he could be trusted with Fogg’s moneyRachel Anne Xavier
  14. 14. •“A short man with small eyes and bushy eyebrows that twitched constantly” • A detective who’s hot on the trail of Fogg whom he thinks robbed the Bank of England • Persistent - doggedly follows Fogg, Passepartout and Aouda around the world • Materialistic – follows Fogg around the world only because there’s a rewardRachel Anne Xavier
  15. 15. •A Persian-Indian princess who was rescued by Fogg. • Shares the adventures of the duo • Grateful for the kindness extended to her • Cares for Fogg and Passepartout but later comes to love FoggRachel Anne Xavier
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  18. 18.  No.7 Savile Row, London, Fogg’s residence. The Reform Club, a gentleman’s clubhouse. -The place where Phileas Fogg spends most of his time and where he makes a bet with Andrew Stuart about being able to travel around the world in 80 days. Rachel Anne Xavier
  19. 19.  Suez  San Francisco Bombay  New York Calcutta  Liverpool Hong Kong  Fogg’s House Yokohama  Reform Club Rachel Anne Xavier
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  21. 21. NO NOTE CHAPTER PAGE 1 Phileas Fogg is very particular about 1 time. He timed his life by a clock. There was a strange clock in a corner of the room. It showed the hours, the minutes, the seconds, the days, the months and the years…. 2 Every minute counts. A train is missed 14 because of being late. ‘The ‘China,’ the steamer bound for Liverpool, had left just forty-five minutes before!’ 3 Even a few minutes, an hour or a day 17 earlier can make a difference. ‘To- tomorrow is Sunday!...Phileas Fogg had fifteen minutes to reach the Reform Club.’ Rachel Anne Xavier
  22. 22. NO NOTE CHAPTER PAGE 1 Problem:In India – no train to go to 6 Calcutta . Solution: Buy an elephant 2 Problem: Aouda is kidnapped by bandits 7 Solution:Rescue her 3 Problem: Passepartout is arrested for 9 entering the temple Solution:Phileas pay s the bail 4 Problem: Passepartout’s alone in 12 Yokohama with no money Solution:Get a job in an acrobatic troupe and finds his master Rachel Anne Xavier
  23. 23. NO NOTE CHAPTER PAGE 1 The poor girl lay… 7 2 Phileas spoke up. “ I shall pay his bail… 9 3 “Nonsense- you’re not in the way… 10 Rachel Anne Xavier
  24. 24. NO NOTE CHAPTER PAGE 1 Phileas tried to hire the elephant to take 6 them to Allahabad, where the train…. 2 Passepartout was on his way to Japan 12 without a penny in his pocket. The trip was……….. 3 The men rode through a thick forest and 7 then through dry fields. They saw some animals mainly………. 4 Three hours after Fix had left him in that 12 awful………. Rachel Anne Xavier
  25. 25. NO NOTE CHAPTER PAGE 1 When Phileas thought he had lost the 17 bet, Passepartout felt gulity 2 Phileas and Aouda together 17 Rachel Anne Xavier
  26. 26. NO NOTE CHAPTER PAGE 1 In India – no train to go to Calcutta , 6 Phileas search for other way; buys an elephant 2 Aouda is kidnapped by bandits, they 7 make a plan to rescue her 3 Passepartout alone in Yokohama with 2 no money and hungry. He gets a job in an acrobatic troupe and finds Phileas and Aouda 4 They miss the boat for Liverpool. Phileas 5 pleads Capt. Speedy to help him get to Liverpool. Rachel Anne Xavier
  27. 27. NO NOTE CHAPTER PAGE 1 “Passepartout held on tightly to the 3 carpet bag with monsieur’s money.” 2 Phileas statement : “I was a rich man 17 when I brought you here, far away from your home. I could have helped you start a new life. Now I’m ruined.” (p.138) 3 Stevenson : “But I have no choice if the 4 passport is real.” (p.26) Rachel Anne Xavier
  28. 28. NO NOTE CHAPTER PAGE 1 Phileas and Passepartout together with 7 Sir Francis save Auoda from the bandits. 2 Phileas is willing to pay a bail for 9 Passepartout. 3 Phileas wanted to make sure that 9 Aouda was comfortable and had everything that she neesed. Rachel Anne Xavier
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  30. 30. • Time is very precious and should be used in the most practical manner• We should face life’s lessons with patience and strength• Challenges and struggles in life are part and parcel of one’s existence in this world Rachel Anne Xavier
  31. 31. HOW WELL DO YOUUNDERSTAND THE STORY? Rachel Anne Xavier
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  34. 34. Rachel Anne XavierAuoda misses the Carnatic ship to Yokohama.
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  36. 36. LEISURE byWilliam Henry Davies What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare. No time to stand beneath the boughs And stare as long as sheep or cows. No time to see, when woods we pass,Where squirrels hide their nuts in grass. No time to see, in broad daylight,Streams full of stars, like skies at night. No time to turn at Beautys glance,And watch her feet, how they can dance. No time to wait till her mouth can Enrich that smile her eyes began. A poor life this is if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare. Rachel Anne Xavier
  37. 37.  Man not having time or making time to enjoynatureWhat life is if we lead hurries lives all the timeHave too much work and make no time to enjoy thelittle things around us. Quality of life is poor.Should spend our free time enjoying andappreciating the beauty of nature.Nature is portrayed as a beautiful dancing ladywith smiling eyes who then breaks into a smile. Rachel Anne Xavier
  38. 38.  Nature - woods - streams - sky Rural setting ContemplativeReflectiveFrustratedSad Rachel Anne Xavier
  39. 39.  Take time to enjoy nature and simple pleasures of life. Life is meaningless if we have no time for leisure Appreciating nature Rachel Anne Xavier
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  41. 41. A Fighters Lines by Marzuki AliI am old and worn In the name of justiceand have lost all my strength Wake up and form ranks sons of oursufferings ancestorand the history of the fight for Be braveindependence And erect a wall of peoplehave forced sacrifices Stand up heirs of our freedomthat know no nameor life I have no more voice It is you now who should speakfrom the wheelchair of the rest of mydaysI, body and energy crushedsee and cannot do muchthese times are too big a challengefor the remnants of my crippledyearsthe net of deceit spread everywheredisturbs me Rachel Anne Xavier
  42. 42.  Persona – Old SoldierTired, old and weakSuffered in the pastBelieves that he will be in wheelchair for the rest of his lifeHelpless and no energy leftTime has changedTroubled by the too many lies told everywhere.Calls on the younger generation to wake up and fight onUrges the younger generation to fight or speak up for what isright. Rachel Anne Xavier
  43. 43.  After independence First Stanza : sad and weary : melancholicSecond Stanza : Helplessness : Anger and contemptThird Stanza : Serious and demandingEnding : Persisting Rachel Anne Xavier
  44. 44.  Patriotism Courages UnityWe must be brave to uphold justiceWe must be willing to make sacrifices to preserve our independence we must be united to preserve our freedom Rachel Anne Xavier
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