Literary Road Trips

For the last century, American road trips have inspired authors to write great novels and memoirs based on their travels by car, bus, or motorcycle. From F. Scott Fitzgerald to Jack Kerouac the open road has launched a special form of travel literature and has encouraged  countless readers to embark on their own adventures. This stylish infographic highlights just a few of the open road journeys that we love to dream about.

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4 Responses to Literary Road Trips

  1. restlessjo says:

    Fabulous posters! 🙂 🙂

  2. Sherry Felix says:

    Very cool. I love these posters.

  3. Pingback: Literary Road Trips — Travel Between The Pages – Naked Cities Journal

  4. Any of these road trips would be a great adventure. We would take much longer than the allotted time because we’d be stopping all the time to look at things along the way.

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