A Canterbury Pilgrimage: An Italian Pilgrimage
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9781772120929

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Elizabeth Robins Pennell., Elizabeth Robins Pennell|AUTHOR., & Joseph Pennell|AUTHOR. (2016). A Canterbury Pilgrimage: An Italian Pilgrimage . The University of Alberta Press.

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Elizabeth Robins Pennell, Elizabeth Robins Pennell|AUTHOR and Joseph Pennell|AUTHOR. 2016. A Canterbury Pilgrimage: An Italian Pilgrimage. The University of Alberta Press.

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Elizabeth Robins Pennell, Elizabeth Robins Pennell|AUTHOR and Joseph Pennell|AUTHOR. A Canterbury Pilgrimage: An Italian Pilgrimage The University of Alberta Press, 2016.

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Elizabeth Robins Pennell, Elizabeth Robins Pennell|AUTHOR, and Joseph Pennell|AUTHOR. A Canterbury Pilgrimage: An Italian Pilgrimage The University of Alberta Press, 2016.

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A peasant in peaked hat and blue shirt, with trousers rolled up high above his bare knees, crossed the road and silently examined the tricycle. "You have a good horse," he then said, "it eats nothing." -from An Italian Pilgrimage

The 1880s was an exhilarating time for cycling pioneers like Elizabeth and her husband Joseph. As boneshakers and high-wheelers evolved into tandem tricycles and the safety bike, cycling grew from child's play and extreme sport into a leisurely and, importantly, literary mode of transportation. The illustrated travel memoirs of "those Pennells" were-and still are-highly entertaining. They helped usher in the new age of leisure touring, while playfully hearkening back to famous literary journeys. In this new edition, Dave Buchanan provides rich cultural contexts surrounding the Pennells' first two adventures. These long out-of-print travel memoirs will delight avid cyclists as well as scholars of travel literature, cycling history, women's writing, Victorian literature, and illustration.

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