“Ironic forays of a culture barbarians mark twain!” was the call of the Mississippi sailors, warning, two! ” Thus they warned their captain numerous sandbars and shallow bodies, as soon as the ejected solder thread showed only the critical depth of two, from barely four meters. “And the captain informed the river pilot: Mark twain!” The 1835-born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, previously printer apprentice and typesetter, later soldier and deserter in the American civil war, gold diggers and vagabond, which in 1862 was newspaper editor and his humorous sketches seem under the name Mark Twain worked as such. Working as a steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River was the young man in various ways: they led him to the pseudonym under which he should acquire later worldwide literary fame, she formed the background for his novels about Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, which are today classics of children’s literature, and she sparked his wanderlust, the life and work be largely should dominate. in 1867 he participated as a member of a coterie of travel of American education citizens a multi-month ship passage in the Mediterranean countries, which was coupled with extensive tours through Italy and France, and which he wrote about in reports for newspapers in San Francisco and New York. The result was the work the innocents abroad”(1869), with which he became the highest-paid writer of his time and that established his fame. “” The title the innocents abroad “was this program, because just as harmless as naive TWAIN saw not only the old world with the sights he would occasionally go to iconoclast style, but also his fellow countrymen travelling with, the he calls US vandals” outlined where he himself not took off. This form of satire, which advance pointed to the mass tourism and the humor we perceive today as extremely close to reality, reflected also in Twain’s second great travelogue, A Tramp abroad”(” in 1880, strolling through Europe “), a conclusion spent out of a total of more than eleven years, the TWAIN in Europe.