Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent:
Travels i... By Alissa Grosso Table of Contents
Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent:
Table of Contents
Travels i... By Alissa Grosso

Table of Contents

I. Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent:
Travels in Small-Town America
About the Book

About the Author

Overall Summary

List of Important People

Key Terms and Definitions

The Continued Relevance of Bill Bryson’s The Lost Continent

Interesting Related Facts

Sources and Further Reading

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states. On his way to visit the Little White House there. Neither his first book. Bryson’s conversational tone seems to be more directed at British readers and Europeans. Bryson wastes few opportunities to poke fun at himself.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. It’s not often you see an idea that stupid brought to fruition. Georgia.. The book is written in an easy. that has already grown dated. Iowa. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i.000 miles and visits 38 of the 48 contiguous U.. “The path was lined with large rocks from each state. but at the same time. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. but the lighthearted tone and Bryson’s sense of humor mean the book never becomes mean- spirited. the destinations he visits and the people he meets along the way. In 1987. The America that Bryson traversed in 1987 and 1988 was already far different than the Hyperink Quicklets 3 Hyperink Quicklets ... many of the spots he visits are places that he recalls from his childhood.. and his hometown. As an adult he moved to England where he married his wife and raised his family. About the Book “I wanted to be a European boy.” Bryson’s unique perspective as an American who has spent most of his adult life in Great Britain provides for an interesting point of view. conversational style. The Lost Continent.” Bill Bryson grew up in Des Moines. The Lost Continent provides a glimpse of American life. Bryson travels more than 14. Even in the spots that he finds genuinely pleasing. or his first travel book. which was published in 1989.S.. Bryson notes. and from my bedroom window look out on a crowded vista of hills and rooftops. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.S. he returned to the U.. During the course of the book. Bryson finds something to laugh at as was the case in Warm Springs. Every governor had evidently been asked to contribute some hunk of native stone and here they were. I wanted to ride trams and understand strange languages. I wanted to live in an apartment across from a park in the heart of a city.. borrowed his mother’s car and set out on a journey across the continental United States to research and write the travel book that would become The Lost Continent. lined up like a guard of honor. established Bryson’s reputation as a travel writer.

. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i... By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.. Hyperink Quicklets 4 Hyperink Quicklets . but two decades later the America that Bryson chronicled in The Lost Continent is a thing of the past. country he knew from boyhood family vacations.....

so that Bryson could complete his college degree.. but dropped out to spend time backpacking through Europe. the United Hyperink Quicklets 5 Hyperink Quicklets . Iowa.. The same year that Bryson began work on The Lost Continent his third child was born and Bryson stopped working in the field of journalism. About the Author Des Moines. Iowa Image via Flickr “I come from Des Moines.S.” Bill Bryson was born William McGuire Bryson in on December 8. the United Kingdom. 1951 in Des Moines.. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.. Somebody had to.. He attended Drake University in Iowa.. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.. Bryson followed up the publication of The Lost Continent with other travel books on Europe. where Cynthia worked as a nurse.. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. Bryson met and married his wife.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. then settled down in 1977 in England where Bryson began a career in journalism. Cynthia while he was working at a mental hospital in England. They returned briefly to the U.

Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. In 1995. the President’s Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Golden Eagle Award. when they returned to England. Bryson is the recipient of numerous literary awards and honors including the Aventis Prize. Hyperink Quicklets 6 Hyperink Quicklets . By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. They lived in New Hampshire until 2003... Bryson in partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry created the Bryson Prize to honor science writing by students... By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i.. States and Australia.... Following publication of his memoir The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid in 2006 he was awarded the keys to the city of Des Moines. Bryson was appointed chancellor of Durham University in 2005 and left the position in 2011. Bryson returned with his family to the United States. language books and later books on science.

By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. Georgia. “I decided on an impulse to drive on to Tupelo.. as he journeys first to the home that used to belong to his grandparents in Winfield. While in Mississippi he writes. Kansas. Utah. Overall Summary “Just when you think you might very well go crazy. his decisions about where to visit and where to stop are as much determined by his own childhood memories as they are by any itinerary. Wyoming. In the second part of the book the western leg of his journey takes him through Nebraska. as he looks for the perfect small town. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. South Dakota and Minnesota and finally back to Iowa. He comes close to finding it a few times. And then it’s winter and the cycle starts again. before heading up to Pennsylvania by way of Delaware and then into New York and then New England. New Mexico. He cuts across New York State and then Ohio as he makes his way through the Great Lakes with stops in Michigan and Wisconsin before coming back to Iowa. He gradually makes his way south with stops in Kentucky..’” [211] Bill Bryson begins his somewhat haphazard tour of the lower 48 states in Des Moines. ‘As soon as I’m big enough. South Carolina. thirty-five miles to the east.” Throughout the trip he focuses more on the small towns than the big cities. Bryson takes the winter off before resuming his trip the following spring. Montana. D.. North Carolina and Virginia. fall comes and for two or three weeks the air is mild and nature is friendly. Colorado. I’m going to move far.. Nevada and California before he swings back east heading back through Nevada en route to Idaho.C. though he finds a lot Hyperink Quicklets 7 Hyperink Quicklets . While Bryson relies on guide books and maps to get him where he is going.. He stops off in Washington. Following this. Arizona. far away from here... Iowa. Iowa for the simple reason that that is where he is from. Bryson meanders about the Midwest crossing back and forth over the Mississippi with stops in Illinois and Missouri. Tennessee. Bryson borrows his mother’s car and follows a path that is imprinted on his mind. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. and every road trip he recalled from his childhood also started in Des Moines. Elvis Presley’s hometown.. Alabama.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. And you think.

. it only intensified it. Hyperink Quicklets 8 Hyperink Quicklets .. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.. regions as well as the tendencies for styles of dress both of the locals as well as the many tourists glimpsed along the way. we get a glimpse of the different personalities of the residents of the different U. more bleak and ugly towns along with here and there a few surprisingly nice places. But far from mollifying the ugliness. he writes.” Along the way..Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i..S. Disappointed with the fact that the New England he experiences doesn’t measure up to the New England he imagined.. reminding you what had been thrown away for the sake of drive-through burgers and cheap gasoline.. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. “Every once in a while there would be a white church or clapboard inn standing incongruously in the midst of Burger Kings and Texacos. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i..

we learn that he was a famous sportswriter. and in fact her car serves as Bill’s wheels throughout the trip.. As the family patriarch he led Bill and his family on many road trips. However. She had a habit of listening in to conversations on their local party line. Bill’s grandmother is long gone by the time of the writing of the book. preferred to avoid tourist traps. Bill’s brother is older than he is. but also a character within the book. his grandfather is long gone by the time of the writing of The Lost Continent.. where he had a tendency to get lost. Hyperink Quicklets 9 Hyperink Quicklets . they are on good terms now. Like his grandmother. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i.Though they had usual scraps and arguments as older and younger brothers do. He recalls her as a sweet woman who had a tendency to bake some unusual and not especially pleasant dishes..Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.. Bill’s brother lives in Bloomsburg... List of Important People “In about 1962 the telephone company came and put a normal phone without a party line in my grandmother’s house. Bill describes his grandfather as “practically indestructable”. Pennsylvania and while in Bloomsburg. much to his youngest son’s chagrin. Bill travels by bus into New York City.. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.” Bill Bryson is the author. It drove a hole right through her life from which she never entirely recovered. both as a man in his thirties traveling around his native country by car and in his reminiscences as a child who traveled with his family on many different road trips. Bill’s mother is still alive. particularly those that cost too much money and was fond of visiting battlefields. He recounts one story of his grandfather coming mere inches from a tornado without even realizing it until later. Like most mothers.. Pennsylvania so Bill stops off and visits him on the first leg of his journey. possibly at the request of the rest of the town. Together they travel down to Lancaster County. when Bill takes his Lost Continent journey. Bill’s father is no longer alive at the time of Bill’s cross country Lost Continent journey. her primary concerns on any of Bill’s travels are that he has clean underwear and has been getting enough to eat.

By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town... She and her husband Hal live just outside the city and Bill stays overnight at their house.. where she works as the Lifestyles Editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer...Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. Bill recalls him as an avid drug user.. Kansas where the Clutter family murders described in Truman Capote’s In True Blood took place. but notes that his penchant for drugs has not abated. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. Bill questions him about why none of the teenagers in town seem to know anything about the murders and the book. Bill is surprised by how much older his friend looks since the last time he saw him. Kennedy agrees that he was surprised at that when he first came to the town as well. Hyperink Quicklets 10 Hyperink Quicklets . He meets up with him at a bar in Iowa City on his way back to Des Moines after the first leg of his trip. Stan Kennedy is a track and field coach and social sciences teacher that Bill meets in Holcumb. John Horner is a friend of Bill’s from when they were kids. Lucia Herndon is an old friend that Bill meets up with in Philadelphia. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town...

They contained clever little jingles. but that they were chased out of the mountains when the land was turned into a national park. The name suggests that he realizes there is no single perfect town that will look exactly like the town in his head.. Some believe that it’s possible these people may be the descendants of the original settlers of the mysterious lost colony of Hyperink Quicklets 11 Hyperink Quicklets . but dark skin. but that it will likely be a combination of the traits of many different small towns. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. Bryson jokes about this being one of Philadelphia’s contributions to the world referring to the fact that the disease was first identified after several people attending an American Legion convention in the city became ill with it. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. standing around their vehicles comparing gadgets–methane- powered ice-cube makers.” Amalgam is the name Bryson gives to the perfect small town that he is searching for. anti-insect flame throwers.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i.. Likely this is some sort of frontal storm system and Bryson is simply poking fun at their accents. Melungeons are a group of people who live in the woods in Northeastern Tennessee who have blue eyes and fair hair. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. portable tennis courts. A “Frunnal” System is something Bryson keeps hearing about as he makes his way through the west from the different meteorologists on television and on the radio.. Legionnaires’ Disease is a type of pneumonia. Burma Shave signs would be posted 5 signs in a row that folks would read as they drove past.. inflatable lawns.... Hillbillies is a somewhat derogatory term that refers to individuals that tend to live in rural areas and live simpler lives. You can see these people at campgrounds all over the country. Bryson talks about the fact that hillbillies used to live in the Great Smoky Mountains. famous for the series of advertising signs they used to post. Key Terms and Definitions “A whole industry (in which no doubt the Zwingle Company of New York is actively involved) has grown up to supply this market. Burma Shave was a shaving cream company..

but in Bill Bryson’s capable hands these subjects become entertaining and laugh out loud funny. Bryson mistakenly wanders into just such a convention while in Wyoming and is annoyed because it means he is unable to find anywhere in town to eat. Roanoke. though he usually lets the readers know that. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. don’t you think? It really makes you want to cancel that Barbados trip. The first camp is composed of those writers who go to great pains to immerse themselves in a particular foreign culture and to fully experience the customs of the locals. especially the red fez hats they wear and their practice of getting together for conventions.. Writers in the second camp prefer to observe from a respectable distance faithfully reporting on what they see while also enjoying themselves to the fullest. Language and science are not usually considered hilarious. Bill Bryson does not fit that mold. doesn’t it?” Bill Bryson has made a career out of writing funny books on unlikely subjects. Yet in both these camps... Hyperink Quicklets 12 Hyperink Quicklets . and that is a writing style that is usually factual and often dry. known for their distinctive dress. Zwingle Company a fictitious company name that Bryson employs (probably to avoid any complaints or lawsuits) to describe a company that makes a wide variety of more or less use gadget-type items. writers share a common trait. until he actually starts eating one. Pasties a pasty is a traditional food item from Northern Ireland that consists of meat (usually pork) and potatoes that are formed into a patty and deep fried. cracks jokes.’ That kind of says it all. Most travel writers fall into one of two camps. Travel writing has a long and colorful history.. A Travel Writer with a Sense of Humor: Bill Bryson’s Writing Style in The Lost Continent “Kansas calls itself ‘the Wheat State. The Shriners are a men’s service organization. which provides health care to all citizens.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.. Bryson is delighted to stumble upon pasties while in Michigan. gets lost on random asides and very often makes things up. cracking jokes the whole way. scarfs down one fast food meal after another. Bryson’s travel books put him on the map. and The Lost Continent established him as a travel writer who marched to his own beat. Throughout The Lost Continent he spends as much time ripping on the locals as he does describing them. National Health Service is the United Kingdom’s socialized medicine system... By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town..

. I just made that up. and he feels that it’s as if a part of him has left this world along with his dad.. would choose to spend his evening in the pantie liner aisle of the local grocery store. Pennsylvania Image Via Flickr “I wanted to go back to the magic places of my youth–to Macknac Island.. WELCOME TO MISSISSIPPI.. It didn’t really. Bryson’s makes the travelogue genre uniquely his own. when bored out of his mind in a sleepy small town. WE SHOOT TO KILL. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. Gettysburg–and see if they were as good as I remembered them being...” It’s not the first nor the last time in The Lost Continent that Bryson comes up with his own version of a highway sign. As he crossed the Mississippi state line Bryson writes.. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. A Nostalgic Journey: How Bill Bryson’s Childhood Experiences Shaped The Lost Continent Gettysburg.. Whether it’s the references to the baseball cap with the plastic turd on it that appear throughout the book or the the conversation he has with his stomach after a dinner of potato chips and candy bars.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. Bryson’s memories of his Dad include many a family road trip with his father at the wheel Hyperink Quicklets 13 Hyperink Quicklets . “A sign beside the highway said. the Rocky Mountains.” Early on in The Lost Continent. It’s hard to imagine anyone else who. Bill Bryson explains that his father has recently passed away. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.

It is a nostalgic quest.” Bryson’s idea of the perfect small town comes from all the movies and television shows he watched as a child. then it’s also true that a part of his father remains here with him. Bryson says of his father. he has a large presence on Bill’s cross country road trip. Bryson is delighted by the tackiness of Gatlinburg. When we see Bryson balk at having to spent $40 for a motel room for the night or become depressed over gambling away $30 in a Las Vegas casino. Bryson City. He writes. In many of them. North Carolina is home to the Bennett’s Court Motel.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i.. The subtitle of the book is “Travels in Small-Town America.. it’s clear that Bryson as and adult and a father himself can appreciate some of what his dad went through on those family car trips. a courthouse square and neighborhoods filled with nice houses. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. Tennessee with its plethora of tourist attractions.. The real Amalgam is something that exists only in Bryson’s mind and in so many movies and television shows. Mississippi looks a lot like Amalgam. his ability to get spectacularly lost and his habit of choosing vacation destinations without listening to any of the suggestions put forth by his family. he saw the same sort of town filled with friendly people. “He had just two criteria for gauging the worth of a holiday attraction: Was it educational and was it free?” Though he still mocks his father’s frugality. Columbus. of the car. New York. which Bryson decides would be the motel in Amalgam. Though gone. Chestertown... Maryland comes close to being Amalgam as does Cooperstown..” and Bryson is on quest to find that perfect American small town. whose major shortcoming is the large number of tourists. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. overpriced souvenirs and fast food establishments because it is exactly the sort of place his father never would have taken the family.. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. Hyperink Quicklets 14 Hyperink Quicklets . but the strong southern accent of its residents prevents the town from being perfect in Bryson’s eyes. “One of the things I was looking for on this trip was the perfect town.. it’s easy to see how Bryson is not so different from his father after all and that a part of his dad lives on in him. Bryson sees his journey as a bit of a quest. I’ve always felt certain that somewhere out there in America it must exist. If it’s true that a part of him has left this world along with his father. Bryson nicknames this town Amalgam in deference to the fact that it may be composed of elements of many different small towns. Besides just a recreation of his childhood vacations.

he is dismayed by the disappearance of Route 66. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. even mountains.J... Guide books would likely be replaced with a single smart phone or perhaps a laptop or tablet. These days. particularly when it comes to the Midwest. Howard Stern had a keen interest in sex and was engagingly direct with his callers.” All through The Lost Continent are reminders that the book was written some time ago.. it looks a lot different than the America Bryson remembers traveling through as a child.” Likewise. He notes that the classic highway was popular with tourists. It had been eaten by shopping malls. Bryson makes references to his struggles with maps and his reliance on guide books.. “they buried it under the desert and built a new superhighway that shoots across the landscape like a four-lane laser and doesn’t stop for anything. yet even so he tends to adopt of romanticized view of it. With today’s access to information. The Continued Relevance of Bill Bryson’s The Lost Continent “As we were driving we listened to a radio talk show hosted by a man named Howard Stern.” It’s hard to believe that as recently as the late 1980s that this statement Hyperink Quicklets 15 Hyperink Quicklets . that it was the sort of place that people wrote songs about. even Bryson’s father would have a difficult time getting lost..Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. when ashtrays could still be found in restaurants and before Wal-Marts dotted the landscape. On his trip he drives back and forth through Carbondale. no one would attempt to drive across the country without a GPS device providing them with turn by turn directions. Illinois a bit confused until he realizes. Passing through an Iowa town..” For the most part. Bryson sees this 1980s America as far inferior to the country he knew as a child.. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. Bryson writes “crime doesn’t exist in rural Iowa. a more innocent time. perhaps. but because it was not wide enough and occasionally required travelers to drive through small towns. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. “The town had no center.. It is.. Yet even so. Bryson took his journey at a time when Howard Stern was still a relatively unknown radio D.

The growing power of big business... Iowa and the Midwest in general have been hit hard by the loss of jobs to overseas companies and big business’s increasing control over agriculture. Bryson may be doubtful that drugs exist in small-town America. could have been true..Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. As he makes his way through Michigan he notes some of the high crime figures for Detroit. but the country was not done changing. but the many small towns presently waging war against drug addiction and methamphetamine production would be quick to argue with him. Still.. Bryson’s words do not ring true today.. Hyperink Quicklets 16 Hyperink Quicklets . Bryson does show some prescience about the country’s future. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. the rise of technology and the shipment of jobs to foreign countries has further changed the country. for all his romanticized views.. but then adds “What it will become like as the American car industry collapses in upon itself doesn’t bear thinking about. The Lost Continent provides us with a snapshot of a particular time in the country’s history making it relevant from an historical perspective while also providing a road map of our forever changing country. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i.” Bill Bryson toured an America that had changed considerably since his own childhood...

. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.” -Bryson In 1587 a group of English Settlers arrived on Roanoke Island off the coast of North Carolina...Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i.... South Dakota Image Via Flickr “In New York City there is one murder every four hours. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. Lady Bird Johnson initiated a highway beautification project that removed many Hyperink Quicklets 17 Hyperink Quicklets .. Murder has become the most common cause of death for people under thirty-five–and yet New York isn’t even the most murderous city in America. Interesting Related Facts Wall Drug in Wall.. two years later when a second group arrived the original settlers were mysteriously gone with no clue to their whereabouts and the mysterious word “Croatoan” scratched into a wall.

but has now become a tourist attraction.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i..6 million people–a quarter the size of the population of Paris. The Grand Canyon is 10 miles across. Hyperink Quicklets 18 Hyperink Quicklets . Wall Drug in Wall. Monroe. The Lost Continent is also the title of a 1968 science fiction movie. At one time there were an estimated 70 million buffalo on the Great Plains. Michigan is the home of General Custer and La-Z-Boy Furniture. billboards from alongside highways. Switzerland and the low countries. South Dakota. South Dakota started out life as a drugstore. which sees up to 20. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most popular national park in the country.000 visitors per day in the summer. Philadelphia’s top tourist attraction is the Philadelphia Museum of Art due to the famous scene in the movie Rocky where Sylvester Stallone runs up the museum’s steps.. Wisconsin had banned the sale of margarine to protect dairy farmers.. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.. a mile deep and 180 miles long. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.... they have a population of just 2. but white settlers hunted the animals and by 1895 there were only an estimated 800 buffalo left. Montana and Wyoming take up an area that is roughly equivalent to the size of France. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. Germany.. Though North Dakota.

Historic Route 66 New York Times....... Books Biblio. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town.com. Bill Bryson on The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid Blog Critics Books. Methamphetamines Wall Drug. At Bryson’s House ‘Home’ is Where the History Is Hyperink Quicklets 19 Hyperink Quicklets . Legionnaires’ Disease and Pontiac Fever The Mother Road. By Alissa Grosso in Small-Town. The Cowardice of Bill Bryson National Public Radio.. Bill Bryson WebMD.Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i. Sources and Further Reading Bill Bryson. Official Website Internet Movie Database. Bill Bryson ‘The Lost Continent’ Route YouTube.. The Lost Continent Route You. Quicklet on Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent: Travels Travels i.

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