Why was Mr. Fogg such a mystery in Around the world in Eighty Days? Give two reasons.

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French author Jules Verne (1828–1905) wrote Around the World in Eighty Days as part of a very popular series of meticulously researched adventure novels called Voyages extraordinaires.

The protagonist of Around the World in Eighty Days is a weathly English gentleman named Phileas Fogg of London. Mr. Fogg is a mystery to those around him. As a member of the Reform Club, where he shows up daily...

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