The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21). rn VOLUME XVII. Later National Literature, Part II.

XIV. Travellers and Explorers, 1846–1900

§ 30. Spain

Then there are another score or two on Spain; John Hay’s Castilian Days (1871); Washington Irving’s many contributions; Edward Everett Hale’s Seven Spanish Cities (1899); William H. Bishop’s A House Hunter in Europe [France, Italy, Spain] (1893); and Bayard Taylor’s The Land of the Saracens (1855). Raphael Pumpelly went Across America and Asia and tells about it in the book of that title published in 1870; W. W. Rockhill made many journeys in Oriental lands. He published Diary of a Journey through Mongolia and Tibet in 1891–1892 (1894). “Sunset” [S. S.] Cox tells of the Diversions of a Diploma in Turkey (1887); Charles Dudley Warner of In the Levant (1895); W. T. Hornaday of Two Years in the Jungle [India, Ceylon, etc.] (1886); and Samuel M. Zwemer of Arabia the Cradle of Islam (1900). The last named has also written on Arabia, which he has studied long at first hand, other important volumes, beyond the horizon of this chapter.