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I wish I could have been on that ship with Twain going around the world.
Felt like I was!
So funny. Nothing has really has changed in 150 years.
This book is pure gold to any fan of Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain). The only flaw is the 2010 Intro by a politically correct academic.Published 1 month ago by james sandrin
Absolutely great book. Lot's of historical and literary references in the context of a travelogue. This is a great, though a little dense, read.Published 1 month ago by Roy Koppelmann
Twain's humorous look at the world around him makes for entertaining reading. And occassionally, you actually find situations which evoke a belly laugn or two. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tim's Kindle
This edition was very strange. It was big and heavy and the pagination was off. It looked like it had been run off on someone's home printer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Finn
I love Mark Twain, but I found this book tiresome. No doubt, what he was doing was fresh at the time, but now it seems stale. Often as not, the wit isn't witty.Published 2 months ago by James C. Austin