The Tao of Travel: Enlightenments from Lives on the Road

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The Tao of Travel is a delightful collection of un-commonplace remarks and episodes by writers who have traveled, edited by a master of the genre. Even writers who have not traveled happily make for good reading, especially when a summer heat dome or winter's sub-zero has driven one indoors.

Such conditions affirm Huysmans's thought that "the imagination could provide a more-than-adequate-substitute for the vulgar reality of actual experience. The range of people and places, historic and present, runs to five index pages of double columns, from Edward Abbey and Africa to Yu Zhining and Yugoslavia.

Reads. Eats. Soliloquies. Travels.

Johnson is an example of a relatively untraveled writer who always interesting. On a walking tour, Johnson observes "how often a man. From a seasoned reporter, Theroux gets "Rosenblum's Rules of Reporting," and this useful advice: "On arriving in any distant place, the first thing you should do is learn the quickest way out. An unknown error has occurred.


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