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Europe Revised

Irvin S. Cobb

Book Overview: 

Irwin Cobb’s humorous Europe Revised is a travelogue and comedy almost in the style of Mark Twain. The dedication says it best, “To My Small Daughter
Who bade me shed a tear at the tomb of Napoleon, which I was very glad to do, because when I got there my feet certainly were hurting me.”

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Prophet Isaiah could not have remained dignified wrestling with a sneezing bee of those dimensions—but oh, how it did gladden the rest of us to behold him at the mercy of the elements and to note what a sodden, waterlogged wreck they made of him!

It was not long after that before we had another streak of luck. The train jolted over something and a hat fell down from the topmost pinnacle of the mountain of luggage above and hit his friend on the nose. We should have felt better satisfied if it had been a coal scuttle; but it was a reasonably hard and heavy hat and it hit him brim first on the tenderest part of his nose and made his eyes water, and we were grateful enough for small blessings. One should not expect too much of an already overworked Providence.

The rest of us were still warm and happy in our souls when, without any whistle-tooting or bell-clanging or station-calling, we slid silently, almost surreptitiously, into the Gare d. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This vaguely informative and immensely satirical travel book of Europe, published in 1914 takes a look at a few European countries through American eyes. It would fit nicely between Mark Twain’s Innocence Abroad and Neither Here Nor There by Bill Bryson. I say this because all three books look at Eu

As a Kentuckian (like Irvin S. Cobb) who has visited and lived in Europe for a few years I found this book to still have some shocking accuracy. Some of his descriptions of cultures and places are still very accurate. The book is a storytelling of Irvin S. Cobb's trip through several European countr

An entertaining satire on Europe in the early 20th century; mostly farcical but with wisps of truth here and there. Some of the comic allusions will be lost on a contemporary audience, though most are still comprehensible.