Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World - Chapter LX-LXIL Summary & Analysis

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Chapter LX-LXIL Summary and Analysis

The Twain family wandered around India. He used an elephant for transportation. They stayed for a while at Jeypore. Twain describes Jeypore as Indian with some European features. They see schools, gardens, and good sanitation. The city is surrounded by a turreted wall.

In Chapter LXI, Twain discusses Indian education. Many people speak English. Most of the Indian children work. They have little time for play. He compares the education of an Indian boy and an American boy and states that obviously the American boy has the better education.

In Chapter LXII, the Twains leave Calcutta at the end of March. They spend a day at Madras and a few days in Ceylon and then begin the long journey to Mauritius sailing on the Indian Ocean. There are many pets on board and Twain discusses the routine on board...

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