The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 36 Summary

Just like poor Mr. Blucher many chapters back, Mark Twain has become increasingly befuddled about the time changes. Eventually, however, he realizes that, no matter what time his watch says, he always knows when dinner is. That comforts him. The ship stops in Odessa for fuel. Twain is pleasantly surprised that Odessa looks so much like America. It is a short stop, and the travelers are pleased to see that there are no tourist attractions in Odessa, so they are able to relax and wander around as they please. One thing they do in Odessa is eat ice cream. Twain says that he was never very excited by ice cream before, but because they had been away from home for so long and had not had any access to ice cream, the frozen treat was a complete novelty for them. The people from...

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