This chapter takes its title from Henry James to give examples of period tourism and visitors’ impressions, often on their way to the Continent. It includes examples from Washington Irving through to Mark Twain and demonstrates travellers’ different ways of exploring the city. These bring out the national contrasts registered by the tourists.
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