Mark Twain's "The Innocents Abroad" and Paul Bowles' "The Sheltering Sky"
This paper describes Mark Twain's "The Innocents Abroad" and Paul Bowles' "The Sheltering Sky" each of which uses a travel motif: Journey's philosophical significance and character development.
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From the Paper:"Travel books have been a staple in Western literature for centuries, and as the area that a traveler can cover has increased, so has the tendency to write about all the sights, sounds, and peoples encountered. In the hands of a writer like Mark Twain or Paul Bowles, this genre can produce not only lively writing about foreign climes but also important philosophical observations on human life and the effect of travel on the individual. An examination of Mark Twain's The Innocents Abroad and Paul Bowles' The Sheltering Sky will demonstrate how each has presented their journey, why they undertook this journey, and how this journey was both physical and philosophical for each.
"The Innocents Aborad" is a book that started as a series of letters written by Mark Twain for a newspaper in San Francisco concerning his 1867 trip on the Quaker City. The travelers on ... "
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