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The Innocents Abroad By Mark Twain

Publisher's Synopsis


This travelogue chronicles Mark Twain's journey through Europe, Egypt, and Palestine in 1867, as part of a group of American tourists. It offers humorous and insightful observations on the sights, cultures, and habits of the places he visited, as well as satirical commentary on the ignorance and pretensions of his fellow travellers.


Chatto & Windus; 1882. Hardcover. No Jacket. Red cloth hard cover with gilt lettering and black detailing to spine and front board. Some sunning to spine. Top of spine has a couple of tiny tears. xxiv, some pages uncut to top, 613 pp., 234 illustrations. Frontispiece- 'The Pilgrim's Vision' with protective tissue,publisher's advertisements to rear. Some minor foxing. Patterned end papers. Previous owners name stamped to first paste down. Pencil markings to rear of FFEP. Internal hinge cracked to front and FFEP coming loose at bottom. Markings to text block edges due to age and wear. Published in 1882 this book is in good condition. Preowned. No ISBN.

The Innocents Abroad By Mark Twain

SKU: 0105024
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