A Tramp Abroad

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A Tramp Abroad  (1880) 
by Mark Twain
A non-fiction travel book about a journey by the author with his friend Harris, a character based on his friend Joseph Twichell, through central and southern Europe.
It is often thought to be an unofficial sequel to the earlier The Innocents Abroad.
Illustrated by the artists Walter Francis Brown, True W. Williams, Benjamin Henry Day and others.

A Tramp Abroad;


illustrated by w. fr. brown, true williams, b. day and other
artists—with also three or four pictures made by
the author of this book without outside help;
in all


three hundred and twenty-eight illustrations.



BY
Mark Twain,
(SAMUEL L. CLEMENS.)




(SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY.)




HARTFORD, CONN.:
AMERICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
Chatto & Windus, London.
1880.

COPYRIGHT BY
Samuel L. Clemens.
1879.

Tables of Contents (not individually listed)

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TITIAN'S MOSES

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THE AUTHOR'S MEMORIES.