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Paris and Italy 2005 By Sam Carnes
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This is a photographic travelogue of our trip with friends to Paris and various parts of Italy. A celebration of 30 years of marriage too!
Paris and Italy 2005 By Sam Carnes
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This is a photographic travelogue of our trip with friends to Paris and various parts of Italy. A celebration of 30 years of marriage too!
Biblia pauperum (Italian) by Editor Giovanni Andrea Vavassore in Italy about 1530 - Blockbook - National Library at Paris, France By Richard Estes
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Book #826: Blockbook: Biblia pauperum (Italian) at Italy about 1530. Author was Zoan Andrea Vavassore. Editor was Giovanni Andrea Vavassore. National Library at Paris, France - XYLO-7. It has 145... More > pages.< Less
Europe 2013: Paris, Athens, Rome By Jennifer Thurman
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A trip taken in January 2013 to Europe, France, Italy, Greece, Rome, Paris, Athens.
The Three Cities - Lourdes, Rome, Paris By Emile Zola
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In the Rougon-Macquart novels, provincial life tends to be overshadowed by Zola’s preoccupation with the capital. Only in his picture of rural working-class life in La Terre and in the... More > corresponding picture of industrial working-class life in Germinal, does Zola convincingly escape from Paris into the provinces. The life of provincial towns is an even more noticeable omission from his achievement, for only in Le Rêve and in the twice repeated picture of Plassans (modeled upon his childhood home, Aix-en-Provence) does he achieve such a portrait (La Fortune des Rougon, La Conquête de Plassans). Le Docteur Pascal has the same setting but cannot properly be termed a novel of provincial life. La Débâcle, the military novel is set for the most part in country districts of eastern France; its dénouement takes place in the capital during the civil war leading to the suppression of the Paris Commune. Like Balzac, Zola’s imagination was roused by Paris and all that the capital represented to him.< Less
A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy By Laurence Sterne
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A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy is a novel by the Irish-born English author Laurence Sterne, written and first published in 1768. It was very popular at the time and created a demand... More > for a travel book based on personal recollections rather than just listing places visited. Kean Guides (Travel) have developed to take advantage of new reading media and to appeal to the modern reader. Specially formatted to improve the reading experience. We aim to offer a library of Travel Guides that have been selected to illustrate the best of the writer without the need to plough through tomes and tomes of writing to find the pieces you really want to read. We are committed to provide the greatest writers to readers at a reasonable price< Less
Ochre & Lavender: Italy and France for the First Time By Andrea Scott
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A funny, insightful account of visiting Europe for the first time. A New York couple travels through Venice, Tuscany and the Italian Riviera, Provence, and Paris, immersing themselves in color and... More > scent, architecture and great art. Along the way, they dine by charming Venetian canals, eat real French bread for the first time, and meet up with old friends by Florence’s Duomo and in the lavender fields of Provence. With more than 50 photographs.< Less
In love and in exile Turin-Paris-Brussells 1821-1848 By Cristina Contilli
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Turin-Torino, 1821 Louise De Merodé is a Belgian countess and divorcee who lives in Paris. Her lover is a liberal Italian count. Emmanuele Dal Pozzo della Cisterna is a very liberal nobleman... More > who is dedicated to his cause and the woman he loves. Italy was a chaotic place in post Napoleonic Europe and was prime for revolution. This is a story of two people who involved themselves in the struggle. Louise De Merodé è una contessa belga divorziata che vive a Parigi. Il suo amante è un conte italiano. Emanuele Dal Pozzo Della Cisterna è un vero uomo di idee liberali, dedito alla sua causa (politica) e alla donna che ama. L’Italia è un luogo “caotico” nell’Europa post-napoleonica ed è pronta per la rivoluzione. Questa è la storia di due persone che hanno impegnato se stesse in una lotta. MAURA from COFFEETIMEROMANCE.COM Cover: Francesco Hayez, L'accusa segreta Elaborazione grafica a cura di Cristina Contilli e Tanja Sartori Graphic elaboration made by Cristina Contilli and Tanja Sartori< Less
My Calendar By Robert Potter
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These are photos from France, Spain, Italy, and the US shot and documented by Robert Lee Potter
In the Midst of Legends By Jer Nelsen
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