Mark Twain, Travel Books, and Tourism : The Tide of a Great Popular Movement
With the publication of ""The Innocents Abroad"" (1869), Mark Twain embarked on a long and successful career as the 19th century's best-selling travel writer. Jeffrey Melton treats Twain's travel narratives in depth, and in the context of his contemporary travel writers and a burgeoning tourism culture. As Melton shows, Twain's five major travel narratives - ""The Innocents Abroad"", ""Roughing It"", ""Life on the Mississippi"", ""A Tramp Abroad"", and ""Following the Equator"" - demonstrate Twain's mastery and reinvention of the genre.
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- Jeffrey Alan Melton, Gary Scharnhorst
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 161.04 x 228.6 x 15.24mm | 358.34g
- Publication date
- 30 Nov 2008
- The University of Alabama Press
- Publication City/Country
- Alabama, United States
- New edition
- Edition Statement
- Bestsellers rank