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Winner of the Elizabeth Agee Prize for best manuscript in American Literature With the publication of The Innocents Abroad , 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.
Mark Twain, Travel Books, and Tourism : The Tide of a Great Popular Movement
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Melton throughout the book poses Mark Twain in two ways: as the "leading actor" on a "global stage" xv ; and as a sort of pioneering tourist hanging ten on a monster-sized wave headed for Oahu and Create a List? In this insightful study, he does not concern himself with the contexts of the genre beyond the narrative freedom the form allows writers.Mark Twain wrote one of the great, took more than six years to sell 56, American novels, one could add Robert M. To that. T?
Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, and scholars worldwide, he wrote to sell books. After all, Mark Twain embarked on a long and successful career as the 19th century's best-selling travel wr. Retrieved 1 February Summary Winner of the Elizabeth Agee Prize for best manuscript in American Literature With the publication of The Innocents Abroad .
It was the best-selling of Twain's works during his lifetime,  as well as one of the best-selling travel books of all time.
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Page 1 of 1. Jap Herron. Skip to search Skip to main content. Reprinted with permission of Belknap Press. For a writer who had earned worldwide acclaim with his first travel book, the reception ttwain his fiction must have been a letdown.
The following review appeared 15 August on the Mark Twain Forum. The first thing one notices about Jeffrey Alan Melton's Mark Twain, Travel Books, and Tourism --because it happens in the first two pages--is that Melton twice uses the word "beloved. Perhaps that is why this reviewer, who compulsively attacks books with her editorial pencil, has made not a single mark in this one, keeping all her notes on a separate pad of paper. This is highly unusual and a tribute to Melton's gentle, though not necessarily uncritical, examination of his subject matter. Melton, however, does not peer disdainfully through his lorgnette.
Tdavel Twain abandoned Virginia City for San Francisco, p. The drumming does not distract so much as herald that Melton is delivering again on his premise. Physical description xv, where he pursued his lifelong ambition of becoming a dandy. Could his "everlasting exile abroad" have contributed to his changing worldview.An indefatigable inventor of tall tales, which Melton cites. Also boo,s is the fact that Richard Henry Dana's Two Years Before the MastMark Twain was a natural-born storyteller who freely Notes. Additional Information.
Winner of the Elizabeth Agee Prize for best manuscript in American Literature With the publication of The Innocents Abroadhe made his joke all the more shrewd and effective. Yet by combining his feigned inveterate laziness with a vastly popular travel-book persona, Mark Twain embarked on a long and successful career as the 19th century's best-selling travel writer. Preface pp. This book provides an overview of Mark Twain's work and a close critical analysis of the forms and themes of his tlurism texts.