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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. Stevenson and his companion, Sir Walter Grindlay Simpson each had a kayak style wooden canoe, with a deck and rigged with a sail. Starting in Belgium, then travelling down river in France from Mauberge (near Mons) to Pontoise on the outskirts of Paris, the book paints a charming picture of western Europe in a more innocent age.
Number of Pages: 118
Genre: Travel, Biography + Autobiography, Literary Criticism
Series Title: Stanfords Travel Classics
Publisher: Midpoint Trade Books Inc
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Street Date: September 24, 2015
Item Number (DPCI): 248-06-6341
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