Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World Topics for Discussion

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Why did Twain decide to make the trip? What was his purpose?

Train had been in Honolulu before and was looking forward to revisiting. Why couldn't they get off the boat there? What is Molokai?

What were Taiwan's impressions of Australia and New Zealand? How did they compare to England and America?

Why was Twain so impressed with India?

What does Twain consider to be the perfect tropical paradise? Why?

Twain considers himself to be an experienced traveler. Why? What is his biggest complaint as a traveler?

What are Twain's impressions of South Africa? Who were the Boers and what is the story Twain relates?

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