The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Those who were lucky enough to take the train to Naples are the ones who actually get to see it. Because unfortunately, the Quaker City is quarantined, and everyone in it must stay in it. Twain and about a half dozen of his friends are fortunate enough to be on the land side of Naples. To comfort their imprisoned shipmates, Twain and his sidekicks make sure they know how lovely Naples is and how unfortunate it is that they cannot come ashore.

The few excursionists are in Naples decide that this would be a great time to catch up on some rest to alleviate the fatigue they've been feeling. But before they have a chance to sleep, they hear about an excursion that would lead them up to Mount Vesuvius. The trip up the mountain would begin in the city of Annunciation at...

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