Classic Books of Travel and Exploration
The cat-like curiosity of the human race guarantees vivid interest in what's on the other side of the mountain - the traveler who turns interest into action, is an outsider who breaks through the barriers of the local, the familiar and then reports on what he sees. The more extraordinary his tales, the more matter-of-fact his narration, for he is not amazed - he is at home wherever he goes and we are the better for it.
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