The Innocents Abroad - Conclusion Summary & Analysis

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Conclusion Summary

One year after the excursion, Mark Twain returns to say an encore farewell. He looks back on the trip with admiration and longing. He says if he had to do it all again, he would do it exactly the same way, with the same ship and the same passengers and crew. Other people travel often, but choppy travel involves changing passengers and vessels and services all the time. The way to travel is to do it all at once just like on the great pleasure excursion aboard the Quaker City.

Conclusion Analysis

In this conclusion, it is almost as if Twain is testing himself to see if he still feels the same way about the trip. He does. In fact, his memories of the excursion are more pleasant than when he was on board and immediately afterward.

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