The Great Railway Bazaar: By Train Through Asia - Chapter 9 and 10, pp. 100- 123 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 and 10, pp. 100- 123 Summary and Analysis

Chap. 9- The ticket line takes a long time, and finally American embassy officials end up getting the author a ticket as a visiting V.I.P. Elsewhere on the train, many Bengalis are traveling to a festival for the goddess of destruction, Kali. In the morning, the elderly Indian in the author's compartment shows the author that American Vice President Agnew has resigned on petty financial charges, on the same page that a Mr. Dikshit is featured. At the town of Kalka, the flat landscape suddenly changes into the beginning of mountains. The author changes to a narrow gauge train that goes up the hills to Simla. The author is served breakfast at Kalka Station and travels with a Simla civil servant, Mr. Bhardwaj. A large baboon leaves the track as the train approaches...

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