Following the Equator Summary
Mark Twain

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31,492 words, approx. 105 pages
CHAPTER IX. Close to Australia—­Porpoises at Night—­Entrance to Sydney Harbor—­The Loss of the Duncan Dunbar—­The Harbor—­The City of Sydney—&sh... Read more
41,509 words, approx. 139 pages
CHAPTER XXXIX. By trying we can easily learn to endure adversity.  Another man’s, I mean.                 &n... Read more
33,585 words, approx. 112 pages
CHAPTER LI. Let me make the superstitions of a nation and I care not who makes its laws or its songs either.  —­Pudd’nhead Wilson’s New Calendar. Yes, the city of Benares is... Read more
24,216 words, approx. 81 pages
CHAPTER IX. It is your human environment that makes climate.                        &... Read more
20,967 words, approx. 70 pages
CHAPTER XXX. Nature makes the locust with an appetite for crops; man would have made him with an appetite for sand.  —­Pudd’nhead Wilson’s New Calendar. We spent part of an ... Read more
210,608 words, approx. 703 pages
CHAPTER IX. Close to Australia—­Porpoises at Night—­Entrance to Sydney Harbor—­The Loss of the Duncan Dunbar—­The Harbor—­The City of Sydney—&sh... Read more
27,245 words, approx. 91 pages
CHAPTER XX. It is by the goodness of God that in our country we have those three unspeakably precious things:  freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence never to practice either ... Read more
31,635 words, approx. 106 pages
CHAPTER LXI. In the first place God made idiots.  This was for practice.  Then He made School Boards.               &n... Read more
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