Journeyings Often - Travel Tales from English Literature, edited by T.G. Bowman
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Journeyings Often is a selection of stories and excerpts for use in schools, forming part of the ‘Teaching of English’ series.
Included are stories from exotic and exciting locations such as ‘On the Indian trail’ by J Fenimore Cooper, ‘First across Africa’ by Daniel Defoe and ‘Twenty degrees below Zero’ by Frederick Burnaby.
There are accounts of travel in the past; Samuel Johnson writes about 18th Century Scotland and Charles Dickens tells of his experiences in America in the mid 19th Century. Captain Marryat and Sir Walter Scott provide tales of adventure in France and the Scottish borders.