Travel Writing

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OUR TOWNS: A 100,000-MILE JOURNEY INTO THE HEART OF AMERICA

Written by Fallows, Deborah
***NATIONAL BEST SELLER*** A vivid, surprising portrait of the civic and economic reinvention taking place in America, town by town and generally out of view of the national media. A realistically positive and provocative view of the country between its coasts. For the last five years, James and Deborah Fallows have been traveling across America in a single-engine prop airplane.
May 8, 2018 | Hardcover | Pantheon Books | 432 Pages |
$28.95
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SINGAPORE DREAM AND OTHER ADVENTURES: TRAVEL WRITINGS FROM AN ASIAN JOURNEY

Written by Hesse, Hermann
Hermann Hesse's voyage to the East Indies, recorded in journal entries and other writings translated into English for the first time, describes the experiences that influenced his greatest works.
June 26, 2018 | Paperback | Shambhala | 160 Pages |
$16.95
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HENRY JAMES: TRAVEL WRITINGS II: THE CONTINENT

Written by James, Henry
Henry James's travel writings are at once literary masterpieces, unsurpassed guidebooks and penetrating reflections on the international themes familiar from his fiction. This volume, the second of two, begins with the classic A Little Tour in France (1900), illustrated with Joseph Pennell's exquisite drawings from the original edition.
September 1, 1993 | Hardcover | Library of America | 868 Pages |
$40.00
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ENCOUNTER: AMAZON BEAMING

Written by Popescu, Petru
THE ENCOUNTER tells the true story of National Geographic photographer Loren McIntyre who became lost in a remote area of Brazil in 1969, leading to a startling encounter that changed his life.
September 13, 2016 | Paperback | Pushkin Press | 448 Pages |
$16.95
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VANISHING STREETS: JOURNEYS IN LONDON

Written by Tyree, J M
Vanishing Streets reveals an American writer's twenty-year love affair with London. Beguiling and idiosyncratic, obsessive and wry, it offers an illustrated travelogue of the peripheries, retracing some of London's most curious locations. As J. M.
October 5, 2016 | Hardcover | Redwood Press | 184 Pages |
$25.00
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ROAD TO SANTIAGO: WALKING THE WAY OF ST JAMES

Written by Freund, René
Each year, over 200,000 people pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Often called the Way of St. James, this journey has been an important Christian tradition for centuries. The Road to Santiago is one man's incredible story of walking almost a thousand miles to experience it.
October 15, 2016 | Paperback | Haus Pub. | 120 Pages |
$16.95
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MOROCCO: IN THE LABYRINTH OF DREAMS AND BAZAARS

Written by Weiss, Walter M
While much of the Middle East is now engulfed in conflict and repression, Morocco remains a curious anomaly: peaceful and open to the West, it has provided refuge for artists and writers for generations, and it remains an exotic destination for many curious travelers.
October 15, 2016 | Paperback | Haus Pub. | 120 Pages |
$16.95
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SEEKING PROVENCE: OLD MYTHS, NEW PATHS

Written by Woodsworth, Nicholas
A region steeped in fable and myth, Provence is a cultural crossroads of European history. A source of inspiration to artists, poets, and troubadours, it is now an enviable refuge for the wealthy and fashionable. Nicholas Woodsworth, who was born in Ottawa, Canada, married into a Provençal family and has lived in the region for decades.
October 15, 2016 | Paperback | Haus Pub. | 380 Pages |
$19.95
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ALASKA'S GREATEST OUTDOOR LEGENDS: COLORFUL CHARACTERS WHO BUILT THE FISHING AND HUNTING INDUSTRIES

Written by Kelly, Doug
Outdoor tourism is one of Alaska's biggest industries, and the thousands of people who flock to the state's dramatic landscapes and pristine waters to hunt and fish are supported by a large and growing network of guides, lodges, outfitters, and wildlife biologists.
August 15, 2016 | Paperback | University of Alaska Press | 320 Pages |
$29.95
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WOMEN TRAVELERS ON THE NILE: AN ANTHOLOGY

Relentlessly entertaining"--Michelle Green, The New York Times Women travelers in Egypt in the nineteenth century saw aspects of the country unseen by their male counterparts, as they spent time both in the harems of Cairo and with the women they met along the Nile. Some of them, like Sarah Belzoni and Sophia Poole, spoke Arabic.
September 15, 2016 | Hardcover | American University in Cairo Press | 160 Pages |
$18.95

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