Mark Twains Geographical Imagination


As early as the 1850s, when Samuel L. Clemens (before he became Mark Twain), as a teenager, traveled from his hometown of Hannibal, Missouri, to the east (Philadelphia, Washington, DC, and New York City) and south (St, Louis). In the 1860s, he traveled west to Nevada, California, and The Sandwich Islands (HawaiI). He also traveled east to Europe and the Middle East. In between these early travels and his around the world lecture tour in the 1890s, he lived for periods of time in Europe. From these travels and sojourns ...

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