Roving East and Roving West
As a traveler, Lucas has traveled to several countries and written several travelogues. Lucas is remembered best for his essays and books travel abroad. Roving East and Roving West is one of his most excellent works. The author left Europe and traveled to India and Japan which belong to the eastern world and America which belongs to the western world, experiencing life and culture in different countries.
Lucas is remembered best for his essays and books travel abroad. Roving East and Roving West is one of his most excellent works. It is in the form of prose. He has contrasted the eastern world represented by India and Japan and the western world represented by America in his book. This work is a record of the author's impression of what he sees and hears throughout the journey.
Although India is a land of walkers, there is no sound of footfalls. Most of the feet are bare and all are silent: dark strangers overtake one like ghosts.
I ought not to write about Japan at all, for I was there but three short weeks, and rain or snow fell almost all the time, and I sailed for America on the very day that the cherry blossom festivities began. But—well, there is only one Fujiyama, and it is surpassingly beautiful and satisfying—the perfect mountain—and I should feel contemptible if I did not add my eulogy of it—my gratitude—to all the others.