The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 34
This chapter may be considered rather politically incorrect. He rails at what he sees as a lack of morals amongst the Moors, citing the slave-girl situation and the sultans harem. He even provides what would be a market report for this trade if it occurred in the United States. The chapter also notes the lose of two of his preconceived notions of the Orient, the dogs of Constantinople and the luxury of a Turkish bath.