Mark Twain's Pleasure Trip on the Continent. The complete work previously issued under the title of "The Innocents Abroad" and the "New Pilgrim's Progress" Mark TWAIN, Samuel Langhorne CLEMENS.

Mark Twain's Pleasure Trip on the Continent. The complete work previously issued under the title of "The Innocents Abroad" and the "New Pilgrim's Progress".

London: John Camden Hotten, 1871. [Literature] 2 VOLUMES IN 1. Octavo (16 x 11cm), pp. 256; 259; [1] imprint; [20] advertisements. Contemporary red half morocco, lettered and decorated in gilt to spine, marbled boards. Brown endpapers, pictorial frontispiece and title page vignette. Ownership to titlpage, textblock spotted and a shaken with some gathers standing proud. Rear hinge split. Binding rubbed and worn. Good. Messers. Hotten published this book along with others in 1871 by Twain without his authority, including the titles 'Screamers', 'Eye-openers' and 'A Burlesque Authority'. Twain is noted for his novels The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884). Item #51825

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