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A Tramp Abroad

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Cast in the form of a waling tour through Germany, Switzerland, France, and Italy, Mark Twain's account of traveling in Europe (1880) sparkles with ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
Prof

Thanks Mark Twain

by Prof on Apr 17, 2014

This book is a great read. Twain is undoubtedly the premier wordsmith of America. I had to read this book slowly in order to catch all of the subtle humor, ironies and sarcasm. It's particularly interesting to read about the German character prior to WWI.

ruth b

Thanks again

by ruth b on Aug 19, 2010

The book arruived in excellebt condition and on time -- you never have disappointed me !!

sd6161

More from Twain on American Travels

by sd6161 on Feb 13, 2008

A Tramp Abroad is best described as a sequel to Innocent's Abroad, which brought Twain great acclaim on his observations of the American tourist abroad. A Tramp Abroad is based on Twain's personal experiences while "tramping" or traveling through Europe for over one year. With typical Twain humor and satire, he speaks of his experiences and observations of the typical American tourist.

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