Down and Out in Paris and London - Study Guide Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator travels to London third-class, sleeping in the ship's saloon with most of the other third-class passengers. Having had such a hard time in Paris, the narrator makes England out to be a sort of Paradise as he tells a couple of Romanians all of England's virtues: armchairs, mint sauce, marmalade, beer made from veritable hops. He feels very patriotic.

When the narrator arrives, he goes to his friend's office and is told that his new employers have gone abroad and will be back in a month. He hasn't the money to hang on for a month, and he doesn't know London as well as he knows Paris, but he does know a few things about living cheaply. He pawns most of his clothes but keeps his best suit and finds a very cheap place to stay for the night. It is so uncomfortable and loud...

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