Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known to most as Mark Twain, was a quintessential American writer who spent much of his life traveling the world. He encountered colorful characters, cultures, and a variety of adventures along the way, and Mark Twain on Travel is a timeless collection of his writings on the subject. Excerpts included are from classics such as: The Innocents Abroad; A Tramp Abroad; Life on the Mississippi; Roughing It; and Following the Equator.
About the Author
Terry Mort has degrees in literature from Princeton University and the University of Michigan. He is the author of three novels as well as The Reasonable Art of Fly Fishing, and his short stories and articles have appeared in a number of national publications. He is also the editor of Zane Grey on Fishing and Jack London on Adventure.