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How did Phileas Fogg change the tough situation to his advantage?

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Without knowing which tough situation this question is specifically asking about makes this question more difficult to answer. Fogg faces many tough situations and consistently figures a way out of it. That is what makes the book so fun to read and what makes Fogg such an unbelievably cool character. If I had to come up with the main way that Fogg changes tough situations to his advantage, I would say that it is through spending money, staying calm, and thinking creatively. An early example is when Fogg is riding the train in India, and he discovers...

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