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The novel is written in the third person point of view whereby the author uses his narrative skills to describe Phileas Fogg's journey around the world. It helps to make Fogg's adventure come alive and at the same time, makes it easy for the readers to follow the story. The author also provides a detailed description of the characters and the scenes in the story through his descriptive writing styles. Through the use of description words, readers are able to imagine the challenges and obstacles that Fogg and his travelling companions experience in their travel while following the development of the story at the same time.
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The author uses the descriptive style of writing. He pays a lot of attention to the details of the power of observation and the senses.

(a) There is a clear description of the main character. "Phileas was a tall man with dark hair and a serious face ... he had turned forty and his hair and whiskers had started to turn gray." (p. 1)

(b) There are vivid details which give us a clear impression of Passepartout's room. "There were electric bells and long speaking tubes to help him keep in touch with the lower floors. And there was an electric clock on the mantelpiece." (p. 6)

(c) The author also describes the scenery using words that highlight our sense of sight and smell. "They rode through the country smelling clove and nutmeg trees. They saw full, green ferns and row upon row of palm trees." (p. 64)
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