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In gratitude for its success he first decided to name the house where he would die "Innocence at Home." By 1910 The Innocents Abroad had still outsold his Tom-Huck novels. ...comic journalist on a tour with a boatload of prominent citizens in order to record, as The Innocents Abroad did, the day-to-day experience of Americans having a good time in the exotic old countries.
...his wonderful travelogues are "Roughing It'', "Following the Equator"; "Life on the Mississippi" and "The Innocents Abroad" published in 1869. The Innocents Abroad is a long book of 500 pages.
22.06.2004 (in full The Innocents Abroad; or, The New Pilgrims' Progress) A humorous travel narrative by Mark Twain, published in 1869 and based on Twain's letters to newspapers about his 1867 steamship voyage to Europe, Egypt, and the Holy Land. The Innocents Abroad sharply satirized tourists who learn what they should see and feel by reading guidebooks.
(The Writer's Almanac, June 8, 2012) When you dive into Mark Twain’s (Samuel Clemens’) The Innocents Abroad, you have to be ready to learn more about the unadorned, ungilded reality of 19th century “touring” than you might think you want to learn. This is a tough, literary journey. by Mark Twain. originally published 1869. Nearly one year has flown since this notable pilgrimage was ended; and as I sit here at home in San Francisco thinking, I am moved to confess that day by day the mass of my memories of the excursion have grown more and more pleasant as the disagreeable incidents of travel which encumbered them flitted one by one out of my mind—and now, if the Quaker
The Innocents Abroad, in full The Innocents Abroad; or, The New Pilgrims’ Progress, a humorous travel narrative by Mark Twain, published in 1869 and based on Twain’s letters to newspapers about his 1867 steamship voyage to Europe, Egypt, and the Holy Land.