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eBook An Italian Journey (Marlboro Travel) ePub

by John Cumming,Jean Giono

  • ISBN: 0810160285
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: John Cumming,Jean Giono
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marlboro Press; 1 edition (March 14, 2001)
  • Pages: 188
  • ePub book: 1998 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1539 kb
  • Other: docx lrf docx txt
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 578

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Only 15 left in stock (more on the way). Giono skips over the obvious, goes right for the magic of his subject, and adds his own richly invested insight

Only 15 left in stock (more on the way). Giono skips over the obvious, goes right for the magic of his subject, and adds his own richly invested insight. His enchanting invitation to the idiosyncratic charms of Italy stands out brightly among the ho-hum abundance on the subject. Jean Giono (1895- 1970) lived most of his life in Provence. He is the author of more than thirty books, including Blue Boy, The Man Who Planted Trees, and The Horseman on the Roof.

An Italian Journey book. Hardcover, 188 pages. Published January 20th 1999 by Marlboro Press (first published May 1975). In An Italian Journey, Jean Giono describes his journey to the land of his father's people. A reluctant traveler (he rarely left Provence), Giono discovers a strange beauty not only in the palazzi and canals of Venice but also in wistful waiters, suspicious hairdressers, pugnacious men of God, recalcitrant coffeemakers, umbrellas, and field machinery.

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Italian Journey is Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's report on his travels to Italy from 1786–88, published in 1816–17. The book is based on Goethe's diaries. It is smoothed in style, lacking the spontaneity of his diary report, and augmented with the addition of afterthoughts and reminiscences.

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James Ernest Shaw-AN ITALIAN JOURNEY: A Harvest of Revelations in the Olive Groves of Tuscany-AN. We fell in love with the Shaw’s and Italy while reading An Italian Love Story. As senior citizens who love to travel we can relate to the joys of travel and the love it creates in us as a couple. A must read for anyone who wants to experience the magic of Italy and the way experiences there can change your life! ~ ‎ Lorraine Kelly‎ ~ An Italian Love Story would make a fabulous movie! ~

Jean Giono, Michael McCurdy (2007). Jean Giono, John Cumming (2001). An Italian Journey, . 0, Northwestern University Press.

Jean Giono, Michael McCurdy (2007). The Man Who Planted Trees, ., Chelsea Green Publishing. Blue Boy, . 50, Read Books Ltd. Long, Cities, House. People, Real, Writing.

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In An Italian Journey, Jean Giono describes his journey to the land of his father's people. A reluctant traveler (he rarely left Provence), Giono discovers a strange beauty not only in the palazzi and canals of Venice but also in wistful waiters, suspicious hairdressers, pugnacious men of God, recalcitrant coffeemakers, umbrellas, and field machinery. In Giono's world a stamp collectors' market can appear to verge on revolution and inept municipal musicians suddenly offer Mozartian joys.