Chapters 21-23 Summary

Martin and Mark are on a train bound west when they are interrupted by Mr. Lafayette Kettle, who listens in on their conversation. General Choke also joins them and begins to speak against tyranny in England, although he insists, despite Martin’s attempts to correct him, that Queen Victoria lives in the Tower of London. He represents a group called the Watertoast Association of United Sympathisers, which is an anti-British group. Martin has been given a letter of introduction to General Choke by Dr. Bevan. General Choke tells them that he is involved in the town of Eden's development. This bothers Martin because Bevan had told him that Choke would be a disinterested advisor. At their destination, General Choke escorts Martin and...

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