The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 46 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 46 Summary

The men have been riding for a while. They are hot and tired, but cannot stop at first. They come upon a Syrian cultivated farm, cared for by a group of men who attacked the camp the night before. As the travelers come upon it, they turn around and run for fear of another attack. They ride around and keep finding that shade and water are never in the same place. Finally, they settle for lunch in Ain Mellahah, which the "boys" quickly rename Baldwinsville.

Twain talks about all the violent scenes from the Bible that took place in the very spot where they are camping. Now, there are no permanent residents anywhere near them, but many Bedouin tents every thirty miles or so. There is nothing but bare, hot land for many, many miles, and in the morning, Twain is not looking...

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