by Jeffrey M. Freedman Travel writing serves the indispensable need to transport readers, through vivid description and narratives, to foreign locales that they have either not been able to visit, or are preparing to visit and want to know more about. Generic travel books appeal to the traveling herd, the voyagers who just want to know how to find the Eiffel Tower and a motel with air conditioning. Truly effective travel essays, on the other hand, offer us the opportunity to see unfamiliar territory (whether ordinary or exotic) through the eyes of those who are more observant, more thoughtful, and, […]
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