The Lawless Roads by Graham Greene Vintage, 1st published in 1939 Only the bullet-hole in the porch showed the flaw
Travels With a Donkey in the Cevennes by Robert Louis Stevenson (1879) But we are all travellers in what John
In Morocco by Edith Wharton Overripeness is…the characteristic of this rich and stagnant civilization. Buildings, people, customs, seem all about
What the Traveller Saw by Eric Newby (Collins, 1989; Flamingo, 1993) Much more important to me than cameras..were my
Persian Pictures by Gertrude Bell (1894, 1928 & in 2014 by I.B. Tauris) All the earth is seamed with roads,
The Innocents Abroad, or the new Pilgrims’ Progress by Mark Twain Published in 1869 The gentle reader will never, never
To Peking: A Forgotten Journey from Moscow to Manchuria by Peter Fleming Published by Tauris Parke Paperbacks (originally published by Rupert Hart-Davis in
The Bridge: A Journey between Orient and Occident by Geert Mak Published by Vintage (2009) Without the bridge you cannot know
Around the World in 80 Days by Michael Palin Published by W&N (2009) (originally published in 1989 by BBC) The compulsive urge
Back in the USSR, Heroic Adventures in Transnistria by Rory Maclean (with photographs by Nick Danziger) Published by Unbound (2014) “Friends! Comrades!
Thrilling Cities by Ian Fleming Vintage (with an introduction by Jan Morris) “All my life I have been interested in
Exterminate all the Brutes, by Sven Lindqvist Published by Granta as Saharan Journey (with Desert Divers) “You already know enough.