The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

There is a month of waiting between the time of registration and the date of the great pleasure excursion. During this time, the excitement is so great for Twain that he visits the registration office frequently to check on the status of the trip, the mechanical wellness of the ship, and to possibly pump the registrar for further fantastic details. Twain wants to know who else has been added to the roster and which poor souls were bumped for lack of status. Twain finds himself in the unique position of being popular because the trip was popular, and he was going on the trip. He is placed among the same social status as professors and people with impressive titles. The cruise is the thing that everyone speaks of all the time. It is assumed that anyone who passes on the street would be...

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