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In A Tramp Abroad, the ever adventurous Mark Twain brings his wit and creativity to his travels in Europe. Twain takes fictional liberty, turning his travels into an entertaining journey as he visits many of the countries of Central Europe. Listeners are sure to be delighted and humored as they enjoy what is considered by many to be one of Mark Twain's best works.

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  • LaCinda
  • 08-01-17

Boring

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I didn't realize this was just a journal of Mark Twain's travels....too slow, doesn't draw you in at all.

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  • Mark E. Childs
  • 22-11-16

Fun slices of Twain's life

What made the experience of listening to A Tramp Abroad the most enjoyable?

I enjoyed the description of German opera.

Would you recommend A Tramp Abroad to your friends? Why or why not?

Only as a cure for insomnia. The descriptions were cute and quaint, but the highly detailed , pithy, precious and lengthy scenarios lost my interest quickly. The folksy narration was Twain-like, but very slow-paced. A deadly combination.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Robin Field?

Robin Williams