The most important part in the novel ' Around The World in 80 Days ' by Jules Verne is at the end of the story. Phileas Fogg feels bad and apologizes to Aouda for dragging her to England. He is worried that he will not be able to help her starts a new life in England. On the others hand, Aouda apologizes to Phileas Fogg because he was delayed in order to save her from the bandits. Fogg then proposes marriage to Aouda and she accepts it. This is the most important part because Phileas Fogg found his love. He set out accomplish a challenge but he meets someone who he could spend the rest of his life with.