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He certainly did not bet to win, and had only staked the twenty thousand pounds, half of his fortune, because he foresaw that he might have to expend the other half to carry out this difficult, not to say unattainable, project. As for his antagonists, they seemed much agitated; not so much by the value of their stake, as because they had some scruples about betting under conditions so difficult to their friend.

Sept heures sonnaient alors. The clock struck seven, and the party offered to suspend the game so that Mr. Fogg might make his preparations for departure. A vous de jouer, monsieur Stuart. A sept heures cinquante, il ouvrait la porte de sa maison et rentrait chez lui. Having won twenty guineas at whist, and taken leave of his friends, Phileas Fogg, at twenty-five minutes past seven, left the Reform Club. Passepartout, who had conscientiously studied the programme of his duties, was more than surprised to see his master guilty of the inexactness of appearing at this unaccustomed hour; for, according to rule, he was not due in Saville Row until precisely midnight.

Passepartout did not reply. It could not be he who was called; it was not the right hour. Fogg, without raising his voice. Passepartout se montra. Passepartout made his appearance. Nous partons dans dix minutes pour Douvres et Calais. We start for Dover and Calais in ten minutes. A puzzled grin overspread Passepartout's round face; clearly he had not comprehended his master.

Nous allons faire le tour du monde. Passepartout opened wide his eyes, raised his eyebrows, held up his hands, and seemed about to collapse, so overcome was he with stupefied astonishment. Un sac de nuit seulement. Dedans, deux chemises de laine, trois paires de bas.

Autant pour vous. Vous descendrez mon mackintosh et ma couverture de voyage. Ayez de bonnes chaussures. D'ailleurs, nous marcherons peu ou pas. We'll buy our clothes on the way. Bring down my mackintosh and traveling-cloak, and some stout shoes, though we shall do little walking. Make haste! Il ne put. Il quitta la chambre de Mr. Moi qui voulais rester tranquille! And I, who wanted to remain quiet! Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours! A Calais, soit. He mechanically set about making the preparations for departure. Around the world in eighty days! Was his master a fool?

Was this a joke, then? They were going to Dover; good! To Calais; good again! After all, Passepartout, who had been away from France five years, would not be sorry to set foot on his native soil again. Perhaps they would go as far as Paris, and it would do his eyes good to see Paris once more. But surely a gentleman so chary of his steps would stop there; no doubt-- but, then, it was none the less true that he was going away, this so domestic person hitherto!

By eight o'clock Passepartout had packed the modest carpet-bag, containing the wardrobes of his master and himself; then, still troubled in mind, he carefully shut the door of his room, and descended to Mr. Il prit le sac des mains de Passepartout, l'ouvrit et y glissa une forte liasse de ces belles bank-notes qui ont cours dans tous les pays. Fogg was quite ready. Under his arm might have been observed a red-bound copy of Bradshaw's Continental Railway Steam Transit and General Guide, with its timetables showing the arrival and departure of steamers and railways.

He took the carpet-bag, opened it, and slipped into it a goodly roll of Bank of England notes, which would pass wherever he might go. Take this carpet-bag," Mr. Fogg handed it to Passepartout. Il y a vingt mille livres dedans F. Passepartout nearly dropped the bag, as if the twenty thousand pounds were in gold, and weighed him down. Master and man then descended, the street-door was double-locked. At the end of Saville Row they took a cab and drove rapidly to Charing Cross.

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The cab stopped before the railway station at twenty minutes past eight. I'm glad that I met you;" Puis il passa. Then he passed on. Passepartout had a moist sensation about the eyes; his master's action touched his susceptible heart. Two first-class tickets for Paris having been speedily purchased, Mr. Fogg was crossing the station to the train, when he perceived his five friends of the Reform.

Fogg," said Ralph politely. Au revoir, messieurs. Good-bye, gentlemen. A huit heures quarante-cinq, un coup de sifflet retentit, et le train se mit en marche. Phileas Fogg and his servant seated themselves in a first-class carriage at twenty minutes before nine; five minutes later the whistle screamed, and the train slowly glided out of the station.


Il tombait une pluie fine. Passepartout, encore abasourdi, pressait machinalement contre lui le sac aux bank-notes. The night was dark, and a fine, steady rain was falling.

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Phileas Fogg, snugly ensconced in his corner, did not open his lips. Passepartout, not yet recovered from his stupefaction, clung mechanically to the carpet-bag, with its enormous treasure. Just as the train was whirling through Sydenham, Passepartout suddenly uttered a cry of despair. In my hurry--I--I forgot--" -- Quoi? Fogg, coolly; "it will burn-- at your expense. Phileas Fogg rightly suspected that his departure from London would create a lively sensation at the West End. The news of the bet spread through the Reform Club, and afforded an exciting topic of conversation to its members.

From the club it soon got into the papers throughout England. The boasted "tour of the world" was talked about, disputed, argued with as much warmth as if the subject were another Alabama claim. Some took sides with Phileas Fogg, but the large majority shook their heads and declared against him; it was absurd, impossible, they declared, that the tour of the world could be made, except theoretically and on paper, in this minimum of time, and with the existing means of travelling.

Fogg's project as madness; The Daily Telegraph alone hesitatingly supported him. People in general thought him a lunatic, and blamed his Reform Club friends for having accepted a wager which betrayed the mental aberration of its proposer. Articles no less passionate than logical appeared on the question, for geography is one of the pet subjects of the English; and the columns devoted to Phileas Fogg's venture were eagerly devoured by all classes of readers. On a vu des choses plus extraordinaires!

At first some rash individuals, principally of the gentler sex, espoused his cause, which became still more popular when the Illustrated London News came out with his portrait, copied from a photograph in the Reform Club. A few readers of the Daily Telegraph even dared to say, "Why not, after all? Stranger things have come to pass. At last a long article appeared, on the 7th of October, in the bulletin of the Royal Geographical Society, which treated the question from every point of view, and demonstrated the utter folly of the enterprise. Everything, it said, was against the travellers, every obstacle imposed alike by man and by nature.

A miraculous agreement of the times of departure and arrival, which was impossible, was absolutely necessary to his success. He might, perhaps, reckon on the arrival of trains at the designated hours, in Europe, where the distances were relatively moderate; but when he calculated upon crossing India in three days, and the United States in seven, could he rely beyond misgiving upon accomplishing his task?

There were accidents to machinery, the liability of trains to run off the line, collisions, bad weather, the blocking up by snow--were not all these against Phileas Fogg? Would he not find himself, when travelling by steamer in winter, at the mercy of the winds and fogs? Is it uncommon for the best ocean steamers to be two or three days behind time? But a single delay would suffice to fatally break the chain of communication; should Phileas Fogg once miss, even by an hour; a steamer, he would have to wait for the next, and that would irrevocably render his attempt vain. L'article fit grand bruit.

This article made a great deal of noise, and, being copied into all the papers, seriously depressed the advocates of the rash tourist. Le Phileas Fogg baissa. On l'offrit par paquets. Everybody knows that England is the world of betting men, who are of a higher class than mere gamblers; to bet is in the English temperament. Not only the members of the Reform, but the general public, made heavy wagers for or against Phileas Fogg, who was set down in the betting books as if he were a race-horse.

Bonds were issued, and made their appearance on 'Change; "Phileas Fogg bonds" were offered at par or at a premium, and a great business was done in them. But five days after the article in the bulletin of the Geographical Society appeared, the demand began to subside: "Phileas Fogg" declined. They were offered by packages, at first of five, then of ten, until at last nobody would take less than twenty, fifty, a hundred! Un seul partisan lui resta. Ce fut le vieux paralytique, Lord Albermale. This noble lord, who was fastened to his chair, would have given his fortune to be able to make the tour of the world, if it took ten years; and he bet five thousand pounds on Phileas Fogg.

When the folly as well as the uselessness of the adventure was pointed out to him, he contented himself with replying, "If the thing is feasible, the first to do it ought to be an Englishman. The Fogg party dwindled more and more, everybody was going against him, and the bets stood a hundred and fifty and two hundred to one; and a week after his departure an incident occurred which deprived him of backers at any price.

Suez to London. I've found the bank robber, Phileas Fogg. Send with out delay warrant of arrest to Bombay. Fix, Detective. L'honorable gentleman disparut pour faire place au voleur de bank-notes. The effect of this dispatch was instantaneous. The polished gentleman disappeared to give place to the bank robber. His photograph, which was hung with those of the rest of the members at the Reform Club, was minutely examined, and it betrayed, feature by feature, the description of the robber which had been provided to the police. The mysterious habits of Phileas Fogg were recalled; his solitary ways, his sudden departure; and it seemed clear that, in undertaking a tour round the world on the pretext of a wager, he had had no other end in view than to elude the detectives, and throw them off his track.

The steamer Mongolia, belonging to the Peninsular and Oriental Company, built of iron, of two thousand eight hundred tons burden, and five hundred horse-power, was due at eleven o'clock a. The Mongolia plied regularly between Brindisi and Bombay via the Suez Canal, and was one of the fastest steamers belonging to the company, always making more than ten knots an hour between Brindisi and Suez, and nine and a half between Suez and Bombay.

Two men were promenading up and down the wharves, among the crowd of natives and strangers who were sojourning at this once straggling village-- now, thanks to the enterprise of M.

Lesseps, a fast-growing town. One was the British consul at Suez, who, despite the prophecies of the English Government, and the unfavourable predictions of Stephenson, was in the habit of seeing, from his office window, English ships daily passing to and fro on the great canal, by which the old roundabout route from England to India by the Cape of Good Hope was abridged by at least a half. En ce moment, il donnait certaines marques d'impatience, allant, venant, ne pouvant tenir en place. The other was a small, slight-built personage, with a nervous, intelligent face, and bright eyes peering out from under eyebrows which he was incessantly twitching.

He was just now manifesting unmistakable signs of impatience, nervously pacing up and down, and unable to stand still for a moment. This was Fix, one of the detectives who had been dispatched from England in search of the bank robber; it was his task to narrowly watch every passenger who arrived at Suez, and to follow up all who seemed to be suspicious characters, or bore a resemblance to the description of the criminal.

Two days before he had received it from the police headquarters at London. The detective was evidently inspired by the hope of obtaining the splendid reward which would be the prize of success, and awaited with a feverish impatience, easy to understand, the arrival of the steamer Mongolia.


Fix," replied the consul. I repeat that the Mongolia has been in advance of the time required by the company's regulations, and gained the prize awarded for excess of speed. Have patience, Mr. Fix; she will not be late. But really, I don't see how, from the description you have, you will be able to recognise your man, even if he is on board the Mongolia. You must have a scent for them, and a scent is like a sixth sense which combines hearing, seeing, and smelling.

I've arrested more than one of these gentlemen in my time, and, if my thief is on board, I'll answer for it; he'll not slip through my fingers. Fix, for it was a heavy robbery. Cinquante-cinq mille livres! Nous n'avons pas souvent de pareilles aubaines! Les voleurs deviennent mesquins! On se fait pendre maintenant pour quelques shillings! We don't often have such windfalls.

Burglars are getting to be so contemptible nowadays! A fellow gets hung for a handful of shillings! Fix," said the consul, "I like your way of talking, and hope you'll succeed; but I fear you will find it far from easy. Don't you see, the description which you have there has a singular resemblance to an honest man? Fellows who have rascally faces have only one course to take, and that is to remain honest; otherwise they would be arrested off-hand.

The artistic thing is, to unmask honest countenances; it's no light task, I admit, but a real art. Fix evidently was not wanting in a tinge of self-conceit. Little by little the scene on the quay became more animated; sailors of various nations, merchants, ship-brokers, porters, fellahs, bustled to and fro as if the steamer were immediately expected. The weather was clear, and slightly chilly. The minarets of the town loomed above the houses in the pale rays of the sun. A jetty pier, some two thousand yards along, extended into the roadstead. A number of fishing-smacks and coasting boats, some retaining the fantastic fashion of ancient galleys, were discernible on the Red Sea.

As he passed among the busy crowd, Fix, according to habit, scrutinised the passers-by with a keen, rapid glance. It was now half-past ten. Le temps d'embarquer son charbon. It is thirteen hundred and ten miles from Suez to Aden, at the other end of the Red Sea, and she has to take in a fresh coal supply. He ought to know that he would not be safe an hour in India, which is English soil. An English criminal, you know, is always better concealed in London than anywhere else.

This observation furnished the detective food for thought, and meanwhile the consul went away to his office. Fix, left alone, was more impatient than ever, having a presentiment that the robber was on board the Mongolia. If he had indeed left London intending to reach the New World, he would naturally take the route via India, which was less watched and more difficult to watch than that of the Atlantic. Fix's reflections were soon interrupted by a succession of sharp whistles, which announced the arrival of the Mongolia.

The porters and fellahs rushed down the quay, and a dozen boats pushed off from the shore to go and meet the steamer. Soon her gigantic hull appeared passing along between the banks, and eleven o'clock struck as she anchored in the road. She brought an unusual number of passengers, some of whom remained on deck to scan the picturesque panorama of the town, while the greater part disembarked in the boats, and landed on the quay.

Fix took up a position, and carefully examined each face and figure which made its appearance. Presently one of the passengers, after vigorously pushing his way through the importunate crowd of porters, came up to him and politely asked if he could point out the English consulate, at the same time showing a passport which he wished to have visaed.

Fix, instinctivement, prit le passeport, et, d'un rapide coup d'oeil, il en lut le signalement. Fix instinctively took the passport, and with a rapid glance read the description of its bearer. La feuille trembla dans sa main. An involuntary motion of surprise nearly escaped him, for the description in the passport was identical with that of the bank robber which he had received from Scotland Yard. The passenger bowed to Fix, and returned to the steamer.

The detective passed down the quay, and rapidly made his way to the consul's office, where he was at once admitted to the presence of that official. And he narrated what had just passed concerning the passport. Fix," replied the consul, "I shall not be sorry to see the rascal's face; but perhaps he won't come here--that is, if he is the person you suppose him to be.

A robber doesn't quite like to leave traces of his flight behind him; and, besides, he is not obliged to have his passport countersigned. Passports are only good for annoying honest folks, and aiding in the flight of rogues. I assure you it will be quite the thing for him to do; but I hope you will not visa the passport. If the passport is genuine I have no right to refuse. But I cannot--" Le consul n'acheva pas sa phrase. The consul did not finish his sentence, for as he spoke a knock was heard at the door, and two strangers entered, one of whom was the servant whom Fix had met on the quay.

The other, who was his master, held out his passport with the request that the consul would do him the favour to visa it. The consul took the document and carefully read it, whilst Fix observed, or rather devoured, the stranger with his eyes from a corner of the room. Phileas Fogg? You know that a visa is useless, and that no passport is required? The consul proceeded to sign and date the passport, after which he added his official seal. Fogg paid the customary fee, coldly bowed, and went out, followed by his servant.

Do you think, consul, that this phlegmatic gentleman resembles, feature by feature, the robber whose description I have received? Excuse me for a little while, consul. Fix started off in search of Passepartout. Cependant Mr. Fogg, after leaving the consulate, repaired to the quay, gave some orders to Passepartout, went off to the Mongolia in a boat, and descended to his cabin. These dates were inscribed in an itinerary divided into columns, indicating the month, the day of the month, and the day for the stipulated and actual arrivals at each principal point Paris, Brindisi, Suez, Bombay, Calcutta, Singapore, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and London--from the 2nd of October to the 21st of December; and giving a space for setting down the gain made or the loss suffered on arrival at each locality.

This methodical record thus contained an account of everything needed, and Mr. Fogg always knew whether he was behind-hand or in advance of his time. On this Friday, October 9th, he noted his arrival at Suez, and observed that he had as yet neither gained nor lost.

He sat down quietly to breakfast in his cabin, never once thinking of inspecting the town, being one of those Englishmen who are wont to see foreign countries through the eyes of their domestics. Fix soon rejoined Passepartout, who was lounging and looking about on the quay, as if he did not feel that he, at least, was obliged not to see anything.

So this is Suez? Je ne peux y croire. Je le regrette! Nous sommes partis sans malles, avec un sac de nuit seulement. By the way, I must buy some shoes and shirts. We came away without trunks, only with a carpet-bag. Passepartout causait toujours. And they walked off together, Passepartout chatting volubly as they went along. Passepartout pulled out his big watch. Allons donc!

Elle ne varie pas de cinq minutes par an. A family watch, monsieur, which has come down from my great-grandfather! It doesn't vary five minutes in the year. It's a perfect chronometer, look you. Il faut avoir soin de remettre votre montre au midi de chaque pays.

You ought to regulate your watch at noon in each country. C'est lui qui aura tort! The sun will be wrong, then! And the worthy fellow returned the watch to its fob with a defiant gesture. Last Friday at eight o'clock in the evening, Monsieur Fogg came home from his club, and three-quarters of an hour afterwards we were off.

Il fait le tour du monde! He is going round the world. Un pari, dit-il, mais, entre nous, je n'en crois rien. Cela n'aurait pas le sens commun. Il y a autre chose. He says it is on a wager; but, between us, I don't believe a word of it. That wouldn't be common sense. There's something else in the wind. Fogg is a character, is he? And he doesn't spare the money on the way, either: he has offered a large reward to the engineer of the Mongolia if he gets us to Bombay well in advance of time. The effect of these replies upon the already suspicious and excited detective may be imagined.

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The hasty departure from London soon after the robbery; the large sum carried by Mr. Fogg; his eagerness to reach distant countries; the pretext of an eccentric and foolhardy bet--all confirmed Fix in his theory. He continued to pump poor Passepartout, and learned that he really knew little or nothing of his master, who lived a solitary existence in London, was said to be rich, though no one knew whence came his riches, and was mysterious and impenetrable in his affairs and habits.

Fix felt sure that Phileas Fogg would not land at Suez, but was really going on to Bombay. Il vous faut encore une dizaine de jours de mer. It is a ten days' voyage by sea. C'est que je vais vous dire I was going to tell you there's one thing that worries me-- my burner! I have calculated, monsieur, that I lose two shillings every four and twenty hours, exactly sixpence more than I earn; and you will understand that the longer our journey--" Fix comprit-il l'affaire du gaz?

C'est peu probable. Did Fix pay any attention to Passepartout's trouble about the gas? It is not probable. He was not listening, but was cogitating a project. Passepartout and he had now reached the shop, where Fix left his companion to make his purchases, after recommending him not to miss the steamer, and hurried back to the consulate. Now that he was fully convinced, Fix had quite recovered his equanimity. Je tiens mon homme.

Il se fait passer pour un excentrique qui veut faire le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours. I have spotted my man.

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He passes himself off as an odd stick who is going round the world in eighty days. I have no idea; but listen to me. He reported in a few words the most important parts of his conversation with Passepartout. Et qu'allez-vous faire? And what are you going to do? Having uttered these words with a cool, careless air, the detective took leave of the consul, and repaired to the telegraph office, whence he sent the dispatch which we have seen to the London police office. A quarter of an hour later found Fix, with a small bag in his hand, proceeding on board the Mongolia; and, ere many moments longer, the noble steamer rode out at full steam upon the waters of the Red Sea.

The distance between Suez and Aden is precisely thirteen hundred and ten miles, and the regulations of the company allow the steamers one hundred and thirty-eight hours in which to traverse it. The Mongolia, thanks to the vigorous exertions of the engineer, seemed likely, so rapid was her speed, to reach her destination considerably within that time.

The greater part of the passengers from Brindisi were bound for India some for Bombay, others for Calcutta by way of Bombay, the nearest route thither, now that a railway crosses the Indian peninsula. Note de l'auteur. What with the military men, a number of rich young Englishmen on their travels, and the hospitable efforts of the purser, the time passed quickly on the Mongolia. The best of fare was spread upon the cabin tables at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and the eight o'clock supper, and the ladies scrupulously changed their toilets twice a day; and the hours were whirled away, when the sea was tranquil, with music, dancing, and games.

But the Red Sea is full of caprice, and often boisterous, like most long and narrow gulfs. When the wind came from the African or Asian coast the Mongolia, with her long hull, rolled fearfully. Then the ladies speedily disappeared below; the pianos were silent; singing and dancing suddenly ceased. Yet the good ship ploughed straight on, unretarded by wind or wave, towards the straits of Bab-el-Mandeb. Que faisait Phileas Fogg pendant ce temps? What was Phileas Fogg doing all this time? It might be thought that, in his anxiety, he would be constantly watching the changes of the wind, the disorderly raging of the billows--every chance, in short, which might force the Mongolia to slacken her speed, and thus interrupt his journey.

On le voyait rarement sur le pont. But, if he thought of these possibilities, he did not betray the fact by any outward sign. Always the same impassible member of the Reform Club, whom no incident could surprise, as unvarying as the ship's chronometers, and seldom having the curiosity even to go upon the deck, he passed through the memorable scenes of the Red Sea with cold indifference; did not care to recognise the historic towns and villages which, along its borders, raised their picturesque outlines against the sky; and betrayed no fear of the dangers of the Arabic Gulf, which the old historians always spoke of with horror, and upon which the ancient navigators never ventured without propitiating the gods by ample sacrifices.

Puis il jouait au whist. How did this eccentric personage pass his time on the Mongolia? He made his four hearty meals every day, regardless of the most persistent rolling and pitching on the part of the steamer; and he played whist indefatigably. He had found partners as enthusiastic in the game as himself. A tax-collector, on the way to his post at Goa; the Rev.

Decimus Smith, returning to his parish at Bombay; and a brigadier-general of the English army, who was about to rejoin his brigade at Benares, made up the party, and, with Mr. Fogg, played whist by the hour together in absorbing silence. Il en prenait son parti. As for Passepartout, he, too, had escaped sea-sickness, and took his meals conscientiously in the forward cabin. He rather enjoyed the voyage, for he was well fed and well lodged, took a great interest in the scenes through which they were passing, and consoled himself with the delusion that his master's whim would end at Bombay.

He was pleased, on the day after leaving Suez, to find on deck the obliging person with whom he had walked and chatted on the quays. I quite recognise you. Where are you bound? Have you made this trip before? I am one of the agents of the Peninsular Company. Mosques, minarets, temples, fakirs, pagodas, tigers, snakes, elephants! I hope you will have ample time to see the sights.

You see, a man of sound sense ought not to spend his life jumping from a steamer upon a railway train, and from a railway train upon a steamer again, pretending to make the tour of the world in eighty days! No; all these gymnastics, you may be sure, will cease at Bombay. Fogg is getting on well? Moi aussi, d'ailleurs. C'est l'air de la mer. I eat like a famished ogre; it's the sea air. Il n'est pas curieux.

Passepartout, that this pretended tour in eighty days may conceal some secret errand--perhaps a diplomatic mission? After this meeting, Passepartout and Fix got into the habit of chatting together, the latter making it a point to gain the worthy man's confidence. He frequently offered him a glass of whiskey or pale ale in the steamer bar-room, which Passepartout never failed to accept with graceful alacrity, mentally pronouncing Fix the best of good fellows. Meanwhile the Mongolia was pushing forward rapidly; on the 13th, Mocha, surrounded by its ruined walls whereon date-trees were growing, was sighted, and on the mountains beyond were espied vast coffee-fields.

Passepartout was ravished to behold this celebrated place, and thought that, with its circular walls and dismantled fort, it looked like an immense coffee-cup and saucer. The following night they passed through the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb, which means in Arabic The Bridge of Tears, and the next day they put in at Steamer Point, north-west of Aden harbour, to take in coal. This matter of fueling steamers is a serious one at such distances from the coal-mines; it costs the Peninsular Company some eight hundred thousand pounds a year. In these distant seas, coal is worth three or four pounds sterling a ton.

The Mongolia had still sixteen hundred and fifty miles to traverse before reaching Bombay, and was obliged to remain four hours at Steamer Point to coal up. But this delay, as it was foreseen, did not affect Phileas Fogg's programme; besides, the Mongolia, instead of reaching Aden on the morning of the 15th, when she was due, arrived there on the evening of the 14th, a gain of fifteen hours.

Le gentleman voulait faire viser son passeport. Fogg and his servant went ashore at Aden to have the passport again visaed; Fix, unobserved, followed them. The visa procured, Mr. Fogg returned on board to resume his former habits. Passepartout, according to custom, sauntered about among the mixed population of Somalis, Banyans, Parsees, Jews, Arabs, and Europeans who comprise the twenty-five thousand inhabitants of Aden.

He gazed with wonder upon the fortifications which make this place the Gibraltar of the Indian Ocean, and the vast cisterns where the English engineers were still at work, two thousand years after the engineers of Solomon. Du reste, cette mer indienne lui fut favorable. Le vent tenait dans le nord-ouest. Adam dort.

C'est le premier sommeil de l'homme. Or, tandis qu'Adam ronfle comme une toupie d'Allemagne, papa Bon Dieu descend sur terre. Se baissant, il lui pince le gras du mollet. Veinard, va! Pour l'instant, occupons-nous seulement de l'arbre dont le fruit causa la chute de l'homme. Est-ce bien cela? Il voulait donc la chute de nos premiers parents, cela ne fait aucun doute. Dieu aurait-il dit; Vous ne mangerez point de tout arbre du jardin?

Mais, quant au fruit de l'arbre qui est au milieu du jardin, Dieu a dit: Vous n'en mangerez point et vous n'y toucherez point, de peur que vous ne mouriez. Mais Dieu sait qu'au jour que vous en mangerez vos yeux seront ouverts, et vous serez comme les dieux, connaissant le bien et le mal. Plusieurs peuples africains l'adoraient. Et puis, il est tentant, ce fruit Il n'en est pas de plus beau dans tout le verger Ensuite, c'est d'une logique frappante, ce qu'il m'a dit Faut pas s'y fier Madame Adam approche la pomme de sa bouche.

Faut-il tondre nos moutons pour faire bien? C'est un fruit Eh bien, et l'avertissement de l'autre? Parlons-en, ah! Tu sais ce qu'il faut faire et ce qu'il ne faut pas faire? Saprelotte de saprelotte! Tu peux te vanter d'en avoir, de l'obstination, mon cher! Deux minutes se passent dans le silence; on entendrait voler un panamiste. Donne-moi un coup de brosse, Adam Mais n'insistons pas; car loger une telle opinion dans sa cervelle, c'est se vouer aux flammes de l'enfer.

Ils essaient de s'esquiver, ils se cachent; mais, je t'en fiche! Penauds, ils balbutieront de mauvaises excuses. Non, certes! Eh bien, pauvres serpents! Il est probable qu'il n'y avait pas de pain dans les temps primitifs et que les hommes se nourrirent alors comme les peuplades sauvages qui existent encore de nos jours. Et les gros chanoines donc! Le pigeon nous la baille belle! Inutile d'insister. D'abord, papa Bon Dieu, trouvant trop sommaire leur costume en feuilles de figuier, s'improvisa tailleur. A quoi cela a tenu, voyez un peu!

Pas d'erreur, n'est-ce pas? Parmi mes lecteurs, quelqu'un veut-il s'inscrire? Le texte de la Bible est suffisamment explicite. Vous croyez que c'est fini? Et la question des couches d'Eve? Pas du tout. Et Dieu dit: Qu'as-tu fait? Quand tu laboureras la terre, elle ne te rendra plus son fruit; et tu seras aussi vagabond et fugitif sur toute la terre.

Et le fumiste Esprit-Saint a fait avaler cette bonne histoire au pieux auteur qu'il inspirait! A lot of it has to do with growing up being more into mixtapes than albums,' Dave says. I think that sensibility comes through. Since I was a kid I've always tried to see the connections and threads through music. Django Django's latest album Born Under Saturn expands on the slippery, indefinable brilliance of the debut, finding magic in the unexplored spaces between different kinds of music, and never doing the same thing twice.

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It's a band, but also the name of a song, which changed everything for his author. We find today in this new project songs navigating between French, for most part, and English. We also find Mina Tindle and her delicate voice appearing here and there. At last we don't forget the goldsmith's talent of Canadian musician Sandro Perri who's joining the band, highly recommended by Pitchfork magazine with his album Impossible Spaces in The track album includes the recently released single 'Cream On Chrome,' which the duo debuted during their closing, headline set at this year's Coachella.

The art for Magnifique includes a series of sketches drawn by Mast and Stroud during the recording sessions. What else can you expect on Magnifique: pedal steel guitar, the sound of a tiny 's guitar amp found in a thrift store in Guadalajara used on 'Intro,' a song named upon the discovery that the guys both had posters of a ' Countach' on their walls in junior high the duo met in college , and a cover, their first ever, called 'I Will Return' by Springwater aka Phil Cordell.

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