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In 1895, Mark Twain set out on a year-long around-the-world lecture tour, in the course of which he gathered material for one of his most successful books, Following the Equator. Ian Strathcarron who followed the great humorist's journey through the Middle East in Innocence and War recounts Twain's passage through India and offers his own intriguing observations of the same sites a century later.
Ian David Patrick Macpherson, 3rd Baron Strathcarron, has had a varied career as a journalist, business executive, and spy novelist. He currently devotes himself to writing about his re-creations of famous writers' travels.
Table of Contents
Prologue Part One. Bewitching Color, Enchanting Color Chapter 1. Bombay Chapter 2. Poona Chapter 3. Baroda Part Two. The Hindu Heartland Chapter 4. Allahabad Chapter 5. Benares Chapter 6. Hinduism Part Three. Trouble Ahead Chapter 7. Calcutta Chapter 8. Darjeeling Part Four. Badlands, Bad Times Chapter 9. Muzaffarpur Chapter 10. Lucknow Chapter 11. Kanpur Chapter 12. Agra Chapter 13. Jaipur Part Five. With a Final Flourish Chapter 14. Delhi Chapter 15. Lahore Chapter 16. Rawalpindi Chapter 17. Epilogue Index