The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

Here begins a brief introduction to the latest tour guide, Faraway Moses. Faraway Moses is famous because his name is listed in all the popular travel books. But since the men do not have the time nor the patience to memorize the names of all the different tour guides, they call the guide, Ferguson.

Leaving some of the passengers with the newest Ferguson, Mark Twain and a few others board the Quaker City and sail up to Sevastopol, a small town in Russia. The people of Constantinople warn the Americans that Sevastopol is a strict, suspicious city, and passports are checked closely and confiscated if they do not match properly. Twain is concerned about this because he lost his passport and was using his cabin mate's for the time being. But upon arrival, the Americans receive a warm, unsuspicious welcome simply for being...

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