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Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 4 - Around the World in Eighty Days [Latest edition]

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Chapter 4: Around the World in Eighty Days

Brainstorming (A1) CharacterBrainstorming (A2) PlotBrainstorming (A3) SettingBrainstorming (A4) ThemeBrainstorming (A5) Language
Brainstorming (A1) Character [Page 201]

Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 4 Around the World in Eighty Days Brainstorming (A1) Character [Page 201]

Brainstorming (A1) Character | Q 1 | Page 201

Which one among the following is not a major character of the novel? Justify. (Select the correct one)

  1. Phileas Fogg
  2. Aouda
  3. James Strand
  4. Jean Passepartout
Brainstorming (A1) Character | Q 2 | Page 201

Complete the table highlighting the various traits of the major characters in the extract.

Phileas Fogg  
Aouda  
Passepartout  
Detective Fix  
Brainstorming (A1) Character | Q 3 | Page 201

Phileas Fogg is as cool as a cucumber whereas Passepartout is as crazy as a loon. Explain the statement by citing some references from the extract.

Brainstorming (A1) Character | Q 4 | Page 201

Detective Fix tried hard but could not fix the charge of robbery on Fogg. Explain the statement from the point of view of Fix.

Brainstorming (A1) Character | Q 5 | Page 201

Describe the character sketch of Aouda from Fogg’s point of view.

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Brainstorming (A2) Plot [Page 202]

Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 4 Around the World in Eighty Days Brainstorming (A2) Plot [Page 202]

Brainstorming (A2) Plot | Q 1 | Page 202

Arrange the incidents in the correct sequence as per their occurrence in the extract.

  1. Aouda accepted Fogg’s proposal of marriage.
  2. When set free, the first thing that Fogg did was he knocked Fix down.
  3. As a part of duty, Fix arrested, Fogg.
  4. At the fifty-seventh second, Fogg entered the Reform Club Saloon.
Brainstorming (A2) Plot | Q 2 | Page 202

There is a sudden twist in the climax of the novel. Explain by citing some lines and relevant examples from the extract.

Brainstorming (A2) Plot | Q 3 | Page 202

Which of the following is an appropriate reason for Phileas Fogg starting his journey around the world?

  • Fellow members bet Fogg

  • Fogg bets his fellow members

  • Fogg wants to marry Aouda

  • Fogg committed robbery

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Brainstorming (A3) Setting [Page 202]

Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 4 Around the World in Eighty Days Brainstorming (A3) Setting [Page 202]

Brainstorming (A3) Setting | Q 1 | Page 202

Which of the following are used as a means of transport in the novel? How do they help the character/s in the extract?

  1. Elephant
  2. Horse
  3. Train
  4. Steamer
Brainstorming (A3) Setting | Q 2 | Page 202

The beginning of the extract is a scene in the prison at the custom-house. From there the novel moves further from one place/spot to another. Pick and explain all the places/spots where the incident took place.

The most of the part of the setting in the extract is in London. Explain how the setting of the extract is suited to the theme of the novel.

Brainstorming (A3) Setting | Q 3.1 | Page 202

Describe the importance of the following place in the development of the plot and behaviour of the character.

Liverpool

Brainstorming (A3) Setting | Q 3.2 | Page 202

Describe the importance of the following place in the development of the plot and behaviour of the character.

London

Brainstorming (A3) Setting | Q 3.3 | Page 202

Describe the importance of the following place in the development of the plot and behaviour of the character.

Reform Club

Brainstorming (A3) Setting | Q 3.4 | Page 202

Describe the importance of the following place in the development of the plot and behaviour of the character.

Savile Row

Brainstorming (A3) Setting | Q 3.5 | Page 202

Describe the importance of the following place in the development of the plot and behaviour of the character.

Edinburgh

Brainstorming (A3) Setting | Q 4 | Page 202

Select the correct options:

Which of the following place/s in India is/are not mentioned in the extract of the novel?

a. Bombay (Now, Mumbai)

b. Allahabad

c. Chennai

d. . Calcutta (Now, Kolkata)

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Brainstorming (A4) Theme [Page 203]

Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 4 Around the World in Eighty Days Brainstorming (A4) Theme [Page 203]

Brainstorming (A4) Theme | Q 1 | Page 203

Find and explain the significance of various exciting incidents in the extract.

Brainstorming (A4) Theme | Q 2 | Page 203

Write 4-5 sentences on the ‘Time’ theme of the extract.

Brainstorming (A4) Theme | Q 3 | Page 203

Write 4-5 sentences on the ‘Morality’ theme of the extract.

Brainstorming (A4) Theme | Q 4 | Page 203

Write the central idea of the given extract of the novel, ‘Around the World in Eighty Days’.

Brainstorming (A4) Theme | Q 5 | Page 203

Justice is served/done in the end. Explain.

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Brainstorming (A5) Language [Page 203]

Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 4 Around the World in Eighty Days Brainstorming (A5) Language [Page 203]

Brainstorming (A5) Language | Q 1.1 | Page 203

Elaborate the following quote in the light of the extract of the novel, ‘Around the World in Eighty Days’.

‘Quitters never win and winners never quit’

Brainstorming (A5) Language | Q 1.2 | Page 203

Elaborate the following quote in the light of the extract of the novel, ‘Around the World in Eighty Days’.

‘Time is the only solution to problems’

Brainstorming (A5) Language | Q 2 | Page 203

Following are some dialogues of the major characters in the extract. Find out who the speaker is, his/her tone, style, significance, etc., of the dialogue.

Dialogue Speaker Who said to Whom Tone, Style, Significance, etc.
“Why do you not curse me? It was my fault that"      
“If Phileas Fogg had come in the 7:23 train, he would have got here by this time. We can, therefore, regard the bet as won.”      
“Sir-forgive me - a most- unfortunate resemblance - robber arrested three days age-you-are free!”      
“Will you pardon me for bringing you to England?”      
“It is for me to ask that question. You were ruined, but now you are rich again.”      
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Chapter 4: Around the World in Eighty Days

Brainstorming (A1) CharacterBrainstorming (A2) PlotBrainstorming (A3) SettingBrainstorming (A4) ThemeBrainstorming (A5) Language
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