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In terms of the how or the philosophy of tramping, The Tramp emphasizes almost uniformly the anti-touristic, the 'little visited,' that which is not contained in guide books.
In practical terms, this means that historians of tramping cannot themselves work without confronting the relationship between scholar and subject.
Similarly, at bottom, he recognizes the power of the tourists, tramping round Europe at their leisure, to transform, threaten the integrity of, and act as parasite on their cultural host.
The grandfather from Kirkby said: ``I have been competing in the flounder tramping championship for five years but never had any luck.
Among his books are Tramping with Tramps (1899), Notes of an Itinerant Policeman (1900), The World of Graft (1901), The Little Brother (1902), and My Life (1908).