The Accidental Tourist

The Accidental Tourist

Discover a beautiful story of what it is to be human from Pulitzer prize-winning Sunday Times bestselling Anne Tyler How does a man addicted to routine - a man who flosses his teeth before love-making - cope with the chaos of everyday life? With the loss of his son, the departure of his wife and the arrival of Muriel, a dog trainer from the Meow-Bow dog clinic, Macon's attempts at ordinary life are tragically and comically undone. **ANNE TYLER HAS SOLD OVER 1 MILLION BOOKS WORLDWIDE** ‘One of my favourite authors ’ Liane Moriarty ‘She spins gold' Elizabeth Buchan ‘Anne Tyler has no peer’ Anita Shreve ‘A masterly author’ Sebastian Faulks

The Accidental Tourist

The Accidental Tourist

Een man die zijn leven angstvallig systematisch inricht, krijgt te maken met verwarrende gebeurtenissen.

The Accidental Tourist

The Accidental Tourist

The narrow, orderly life of a travel guidebooks author (Hurt) is hilariously disrupted by his estranged wife (Turner) and an eccentric dog trainer (Davis).

Selected from the Accidental Tourist

Selected from the Accidental Tourist

Macon Leary, a writer, tries to cope with the death of his twelve-year-old son. He divorces his wife, and sets out with his dog in a search for new happiness.

A Study Guide for Anne Tyler's "The Accidental Tourist"

A Study Guide for Anne Tyler's

A Study Guide for Anne Tyler's "The Accidental Tourist," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.

The Accidental Tourist, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, and the British Invasion of Egypt in 1882

The Accidental Tourist, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, and the British Invasion of Egypt in 1882

This fascinating account highlights the extent the world's major powers will go to as they seek to insure their own interests and agendas, despite the wishes of those whose countries they invade and occupy. The Accidental Tourist profiles Wilfrid Scawen Blunt's involvement in the so-called Arabi Revolt in 1882. It addresses Blunt's tireless efforts on behalf of the Egyptian Nationalists to mediate the differences between Britain and Egypt and prevent a British invasion of Egypt. It highlights what amounted to a government cover-up of the actions of certain governmental officials to precipitate the invasion by falsifying intelligence information and manipulating the press. It also takes to task the scholarly tradition of maligning Blunt and questioning the accuracy of his version of the events of 1882. Blunt was branded a traitor in the House of Commons. This book was written to set the record straight. It is ideal reading for those interested in the field of Middle Eastern, Imperial or Colonial history and will provide readers with a better understanding of the real story of imperialism that went on at the time and is still going on in the Middle East today.