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100 1  Twain, Mark,|d1835-1910. 
245 14 The innocents abroad, or, The new pilgrims' progress
       |h[Hoopla electronic resource]. 
246 30 Innocents abroad 
246 30 New pilgrims' progress 
250    Unabridged. 
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       available through hoopla,|c2011. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (18hr., 14 min.)) :
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511 1  Read by Grover Gardner. 
520    In June 1867, Mark Twain set out for Europe and the Holy 
       Land on the paddle steamer Quaker City. His enduring, no-
       nonsense guide for the first-time traveler also served as 
       an antidote to the insufferably romantic travel books of 
       the period. "Who could read the programme for the 
       excursion without longing to make one of the party?" So 
       Mark Twain acclaims his voyage from New York City to 
       Europe and the Holy Land. His adventures produced The 
       Innocents Abroad, a book so funny and provocative it made 
       him an international star for the rest of his life. He was
       making his first responses to the Old World-to Paris, 
       Milan, Florence, Venice, Pompeii, Constantinople, 
       Sebastopol, Balaklava, Damascus, Jerusalem, Nazareth, and 
       Bethlehem. For the first time he was seeing the great 
       paintings and sculptures of the Old Masters. He responded 
       with wonder and amazement but also with exasperation, 
       irritation, and disbelief. Above all he displayed the 
       great energy of his humor, more explosive for us now than 
       for his beguiled contemporaries. 
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