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The Innocents Abroad by Mark Twain
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Mar 27, 2008

Read in May, 2008

Mark Twain's characteristic wit make this an enjoyable read, but I am a bit frustrated with the lack of plot so far. Also, the narrator-character that Twain's constructed for himself can be a bit choppy at times, changing rapidly from sensitive observer to ignorant Yank. Nevertheless, Twain's criticisms of his fellow American travelers still ring embarrassingly true.
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