We Americans are people of the journey. From boats across the Atlantic by way of Pilgrim quest, to the holocaust of the middle passage, to classic travelogues such as On the Road or Travels with Charley (in Search of America}, the stamp of the mythic journey seems to be indelibly planted on our national psyche. And as we all know, journeys have several staple elements: anticipation, consumption of a variety of foods at exorbitant prices, wrestling with a roadmap, and children in the back crying, "Are we there yet?" A quintessentially American component to the journey, however, is the postcard.
Blissman, Beth and Cooper, Jay, "Images of Service: Reflections from the Campus Compact Midwest Collaboration Community Service Directors Fellowship Program 2000-2001" (2002). Higher Education. 17.
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