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google translate englishPassepartout is left standing in the hall and thinks about his new master. Fogg is about forty years of age, very handsome and tall, pale in coloring and light haired. He is a perfect Englishman, exact and balanced, the kind of master Passepartout had been seeking. Fogg seems “outside of every social relation” (p. 16) and so, could not have enemies. Passepartout is a “true Parisian” (p. 17), honest, soft, and full of the spirit of service. He is muscular and developed because of his gymnastic background. Because he has had no stability in his life, he yearns for an English master who would be true to type, yet he had been in ten houses, and the men were not orderly, but irregular. Even Lord Longferry, a Member of Parliament, had to be brought home from the taverns every night. Fogg thus satisfies Passepartout that at last he has found a man he can admire and with him, live the quiet life.
He looks around the house and sees it is clean, orderly, with gas lights, electric bells and speaking tubes between floors. On the mantel is an electric clock with a schedule of the day’s routine beside it. The house when it belonged to the dissipated Sheridan was no doubt disorganized, but now it is completely methodical. Fogg has a safe but no guns. Calling Mr. Fogg a “machine” Passepartout feels at last he will have a peaceful life.
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