Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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Essay Topic 1

How did knowing this was a true story change your ideas about the content?

Essay Topic 2

Why did Twain say India was the most fascinating country, and what were the affects of this opinion?

Essay Topic 3

How did the theme of diversity work its way into this narrative, and how did it affect the tone of the book?

Essay Topic 4

Why do you think Samuel Clemens chose to use his pen name for a book that was so autobiographical in nature? How did this affect this narrative for the good and bad?

Essay Topic 5

Twain was a very objective observer while on this trip. How did this objectivity in his writing and observation affect the narration of this trip?

Essay Topic 6

What was Twain's opinion of logic, and how did his idea affect the people around him on this trip around the world?

Essay Topic 7

Which...

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