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