The Innocents Abroad by Mark Twain

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The Innocents Abroad

'“A classic work . . . [that] marks a critical point in the development of our literature.” —Leslie A. Fiedler   “Mark Twain helped to devise the personal style of American travel writing. . . . No matter what unusual customs he saw or monuments he climbed, he remained Mark Twain—a wised-up observer disguised as a wide-eyed innocent. . . . Much of the European scene he describes remains unchanged; all of it is a delight to revisit with Twain in the pilot house.” —The New York Times'
'“A classic work . . . [that] marks a critical point in the development of our literature.” —Leslie A. Fiedler   “Mark Twain helped to devise the personal style of American travel writing. . . . No matter what unusual customs he saw or monuments he climbed, he remained Mark Twain—a wised-up observer disguised as a wide-eyed innocent. . . . Much of the European scene he describes remains unchanged; all of it is a delight to revisit with Twain in the pilot house.” —The New York Times'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480475304 Pages: 316