Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World - Chapter XX-XXIV Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XX-XXIV Summary and Analysis

The chapter begins by discussing fox hunting. Twain went by dog cart to see a fox hunt. He was relating a story that happened years ago in Europe.

Chapter XXI begins with a discussion of the weet-weet, a fat wooden cigar that is used in a game. Twain then goes on to talk about the aboriginals that were in South Australia when the white man arrived. There were different tribes.

In Chapter XXII, Twain discusses how rich Australia is in writers and discusses some of the material available. There is information available on the aboriginals from the Victoria government. He also discusses the art.

Chapter XXIII discusses a visit to Horsham on October 17. Sheep and cattle were raised in the area and there were many birds that they saw. There were many fruit trees in the area. There were...

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