A Tramp Abroad

A Tramp Abroad A Tramp Abroad is a work of travel literature including a mixture of autobiography and fictional events by American author Mark Twain published in The book details a journey by the author wit

  • Title: A Tramp Abroad
  • Author: Mark Twain
  • ISBN:
  • Page: 140
  • Format: nombredepagesdelditionimprime
  • A Tramp Abroad is a work of travel literature, including a mixture of autobiography and fictional events, by American author Mark Twain, published in 1880 The book details a journey by the author, with his friend Harris a character created for the book, and based on his closest friend, Joseph Twichell , through central and southern Europe While the stated goal of the journey is to walk most of the way, the men find themselves using other forms of transport as they traverse the continent The book is the fourth of Mark Twain s six travel books published during his lifetime and is often thought to be an unofficial sequel to the first one, The Innocents Abroad.

    • ☆ A Tramp Abroad || ☆ PDF Download by À Mark Twain
      140 Mark Twain
    • thumbnail Title: ☆ A Tramp Abroad || ☆ PDF Download by À Mark Twain
      Posted by:Mark Twain
      Published :2019-03-02T06:02:58+00:00

    About “Mark Twain

    • Mark Twain

      Mark Twain Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Tramp Abroad book, this is one of the most wanted Mark Twain author readers around the world.

    314 thoughts on “A Tramp Abroad

    • Le livre m'a plu beaucoup, mais la reliure n'est pas excellente. Elle n'est pas mauvaise, mais quand je tiens le livre j'ai une bizzare sensation que je ne sais pas décrire. Peut-être c'est le format, les plats trop lisses ou le choix du papier, mais je ne l'aime pas trop.

    • 1) Why I chose this book : Wanting to appreciate the satirical wit once again of Mark Twain as I traverse Route 36 running as far East as central Ohio to the Rocky Mountains2) Any course language present : Nought but a few well-placed 'damns' and 'hells' as would be expected3) Type of book : Memoir much akin to a travelogue as is his more popular "The Innocents Abroad"4) Formatting/Editing : Classic Twain literary speak tho kindle version was absent any images made mention in its' pages5) Best/W [...]

    • 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 particularly meaningful for me because I am living in Germany and have had similar experiences as he did well over one-hundred years ago. For example, his descriptions of Heidelberg and its castle ruin are just like my experiences there: the rolling, forested hills above the Necker river; the castle on the hil [...]

    • I have read "Roughing It" and "The Innocents Abroad" several times, but I'd never got around to "A Tramp Abroad". I had heard it wasn't nearly as good as the others. Now after reading it, I tend to agree it's not up to the level of the other two earlier books. However, "A Tramp Abroad" is still well worth reading. The descriptive sections can be a bit long-winded, but the humorous sections more than make up for it.

    • Mark Twain's account of his year and a half spent traveling through a couple countries in Europe, despite a great deal of fictional embellishment, makes a remarkably lucid and informative travel journal. Twain describes his adventures in Germany, Switzerland, the French Alps, and finally northern Italy. His account of Germany takes up half the book so the coverage is somewhat lopsided, but I think this was simply a result of realism setting in: It's an awful lot of work to write a daily journa [...]

    • Mark Twain's first book of travels outside the States. As enjoyable as all his stories. Read with a bit of salt, for his sarcasm isn't always recognized. Still a joy to hear his words on the people and places of mid-Europe. The hiking stories, the legends of the regions that he shares will shed insights on a time that many do not familiarize themselves with. Many of the places were old when Twain visited them and are still popular places for travelers today. It is quite amazing the this travelog [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *