Leaving the luxury and the security of home and travelling to far-off places is a trial in itself. Warner, in this work, contemplates the excitement and the turmoil associated with travelling. He asserts that the presence of an accommodating companion and exhilaration of discovering new places more than makes up for the troubles of the way.
American author, editor, and the first president of the National Institute of Arts and Letters. WarnerÕs writings are marked by gentle humour and elegance.
Charles Dudley Warner
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