Paul Fussell quotes

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Exploration belongs to the Renaissance, travel to the bourgeois age, tourism to our proletarian moment. ... The explorer seeks the ...
The worst thing about war was the sitting around and wondering what you were doing morally.
A guide book is addressed to those who plan to follow the traveler, doing what he has done, but more selectively. A travel book, i ...
Those whose goal it is to sell domestic dwellings hope to persuade their patsies that a house and a home are identical, and thus a ...
"The age of independent travel is drawing to an end," said E.M. Forster back in 1920, when it had been increasingly clear for deca ...
If for Americans, at least, the Great War could sometimes be imagined as a brief, quasi-athletic lark, the Second War permitted no ...
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