A Roman Journal
Pickle Partners Publishing, 2016. okt. 27. - 367 oldal
One of the world’s greatest writers—in love with a great city.
In a fascinating travel book, Stendhal carries the reader along with him on a grand tour of Rome. Described with all the wit and sensitivity of a master storyteller, incomparable Rome comes breathtakingly alive. No one but the author of The Red and the Black and The Charterhouse of Parma could capture the city’s spell so magically: the Colosseum, the Pantheon, St. Peter’s, the Forum, fountains, ruins, art treasures, the Italian people—all the pageantry that was once Rome lives again, and for all time!
Stendhal: the most original and diverting of all guides to the Eternal City!
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