The Everyman’s Library published a complete edition in two
volumes in 1962, and Penguin Classics published an abridged version in
1986. This isn’t really an End to End
book, but does purport to document a series of journeys Defoe made, including
This is an account of an End to End journey on horseback in the summer of 1892. The book is a disappointing one, with little insight, many boring irrelevant anecdotes, and overall little to enthuse the reader. One for completists only. And Evelyn was male, by the way, as in Evelyn Waugh.
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