A Tramp Abroad
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 his shrewd observations and highly opinionated comments on Old World culture. A TRAMP ABROAD showcases Twain's unparalleled ability to integrate humorous sketches, autobiographical tidbits, and historical anecdotes in a consistently entertaining narrative. Illustrated by Twain.
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Review: A Tramp AbroadUser Review - Kelli - Goodreads
I was bored reading this. Not even Twain's quirky whining could save the book. He went off on too many tangents for me. I honestly wished he would have just published the appendix because that was the most interesting reading of the entire book. Read full review
Review: A Tramp AbroadUser Review - Caitlin - Goodreads
This is an enjoyable read but scattered in its organization. Mark Twain is proud of his own wit and sprinkles it all over his descriptions of European culture and landscapes. This book was ... Read full review