Having fallen upon hard financial times, Mark Twain decided to tour the British Empire and write about the journey, publishing his travels in 1897 as a way to make money. With his trademark observational wit in full play, in this travelogue Twain addresses such perennially controversial topics as racism, imperialism, and religion.
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BARNES & NOBLE
February 08, 2011
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