As the two men make their way through Germany, the Alps, and Italy, they encounter situations made all the more humorous by their reactions to them. The narrator (Twain) plays the part of the American tourist of the time, believing that he understands all that he sees but in reality understanding none of it.
Holidays: Never the Twain Shall Meet; Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn's Adventures on the Mississippi Have Excited Generations of Dreamers. but, as KEN BENNETT Discovers, They Owe More to Germany Than the US of A
Aug 14, 2005; Byline: KEN BENNETT I AM gently punting down the calm river in the wake of a little boy who was far more famous than Harry Potter...