4 edition of An Inland Voyage found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||October 21, 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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This gave a kind of haziness to our intercourse. Six hours of police surveillance such as I have hador one brutal rejection from an inn-door, change your views upon the subject like a course of lectures. No schoolboy could have talked more of the holidays which were just An Inland Voyage and less of the black school-time which must inevitably follow after. Leslie, growing very much in earnest, reached forward for the whip.
These externals are as dead to us as so many formalities, and speak a dead language in our eyes and ears. To keep some command on our direction required hard and diligent plying of the paddle. Git your apples just in the right time—not too early to taste o' the tree, nor too late to taste o' the ground, and just in the snap o' time as to ripeness', on a good sharp day with the sun a-shining; have 'em into the press and what comes out is cider.
An Inland Voyage is an account of a canoeing trip through Belgium and northern France undertaken in 1876, when the author was 36 years old.
— Ces messieurs sont des marchands? The reeds might nod their heads in warning, and with tremulous gestures tell how the river was as cruel as it was strong and cold, and how death lurked An Inland Voyage the eddy underneath the willows. I seem to have forgotten all that makes it glorious to be man. That is not lost which is not regretted. Stevenson and his companion, Sir Walter Grindlay Simpson each had a kayak style wooden canoe, with a deck and rigged with a sail.
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If they could only speak, at what absurd, indecorous, and tragical scenes had they not been present! There seemed to be no other inn in the whole town. The place was in total darkness, save a red glow in the chinks and ventilators of the stove.