The Accidental Tourist - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

Macon is settling into his seat for the trip from New York to Paris when his eyes look up and land on a completely unexpected sight. Muriel is going to Paris anyway. Muriel had borrowed the money, different people were taking turns watching Alexander, and she had gotten Macon's travel details from his travel agent. Macon can't even begin to imagine how bad this will look if Sarah were to find out.

When he lands, he rushes through customs, grabs a cab and feels lucky to have evaded her when it occurs to him that the travel agent would surely have given Muriel his hotel information too. Macon also is concerned that she will get lost in Paris, that she wouldn't have converted her money, or any number of other tragedies. So he is almost relieved when he hears her knock on the door.

Macon goes out...

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