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ISBN: 0451525027 / ISBN-13: 9780451525024

The Innocents Abroad

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  • Innocents Abroad (Signet Classics) – Mass-market paperback (1966)
    by Mark Twain, Professor Leslie A Fiedler (Afterword by)

    Innocents Abroad

    Mass-market paperback, Signet Classics
    1966
    English
    512 pages

    ISBN: 0451525027
    ISBN-13: 9780451525024

    One of the most famous travel books ever written about Europe and the Holy Land by an American, "The Innocents Abroad" is Mark Twain's irreverent and incisive commentary on the "New Barbarians" 'encounter with the "Old World." Twains hilarious satire is a double-edged weapon, impaling with sharp with the chauvinistic and the cosmopolitan alike. His naive Westerner is a blustering pretender to sophistication, a too-quick convert to culture. Turning the coin, the ruins of antiquity appear but a shadow of their heralded glory; ... Show more

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Reviews of The Innocents Abroad

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Bobha

An over looked treasure from the 19th Century

by Bobha on Feb 3, 2011

A must for todays European traveler. Mark Twain is such a good story teller that one feels like they are making a visit to Europe and the Holy Land. You find yourself exploring countries without the benefit of today's modes of transportation and conviences.

sd6161

A Great Read!

by sd6161 on Feb 13, 2008

Mark Twain's humorous, satirical commentary on people and their adventures through life are as pure in Innocent's Abroad as they are in his most famous books. Through this story, Twain set the stage, so to speak, for the American tourist abroad. A must read for anyone who is a fan of Mark Twain and enjoys a good laugh about early American travels abroad.

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