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Le Rhin (lit. The Rhine) is a 1842 travel guide written by Victor Hugo. Similar to Mark Twain's writings about the Mississippi, it includes many stories about the Rhine river. It ends with a political manifesto.
- Le Rhin at Wikisource (French).
- The Rhine: a tour from Paris to Mayence by the way of Aix-la-Chapelle, with an account of its legends, antiquities, and important historical events English translation on the Internet Archive
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