By Sampson Low
This e-book is a duplicate of the unique booklet released in 1893 and will have a few imperfections similar to marks or hand-written notes.
By Olmsted,Frederick Law
By Edmondo De Amicis
Edmondo De Amicis, Italian novelist, journalist, and short-story author (1846-1908)
This publication offers «Holland and its People», from Edmondo De Amicis. A dynamic desk of contents allows to leap on to the bankruptcy selected.
Table of Contents
- approximately This Book
- The Hague
- The Zuyder Zee
- From Groningen To Arnhem
By Bernhard Grzimek,Michael Grzimek
By Friedrich Hofmann
Friedrich Hofmann, deutscher Schriftsteller (1813-1888)
«Ein Bild deutscher Volkslust und andere Geschichten von 1868», von Friedrich Hofmann. Ein dynamisches Inhaltsverzeichnis ermöglicht den direkten Zugriff auf die verschiedenen Abschnitte.
- Ein Bild Deutscher Volkslust
- Stille Gesellschaft
- Nachtfeste Der Lagunienkönigin
- Die Königin-marienhütte Bei Zwickau
- Sein Bild
- Die Romantik Auf Der Pleisse
- Zu Deutschlands Sagenthron
- Ein Kleinod Aus Deutscher Vergangenheit
- Christkindlein Auf Dem Friedhof
By Luc Sante
Paris, town of sunshine. we predict of it because the urban of the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, of white fa�ades, discreet site visitors and well-mannered exchanges. yet there has been one other Paris, hidden from view and nearly extinct this day - the Paris of the operating and felony periods that formed the town during the last centuries.
within the voices of Balzac and Hugo, different boulevardiers, barflies, rabble-rousers and tramps, Sante takes the reader on a vividjourney in the course of the seamy underside of Paris: the improvised lodgings of the unique bohemians; the flea markets, the garbage assistance, and the hovels.
The different Paris is a full of life travel of labour stipulations, prostitution, consuming, crime, and renowned leisure, of the newshounds, r�aliste singers, pamphleteers, serial novelists, and poets who chronicled their evolution. It upends the tale of the French capital, reclaiming the town from the bon vivants and the speculators, and lights a candle to the works and days of the forgotten poor.
By Peter Matthiessen
The result's an incisive and marvellously well-observed magazine via a born author and naturalist, a voyage of exploration one of the humans, locations and fading flora and fauna of this so much unique and mysterious of continents.
By Guy de Maupassant,Robert W. Berger
He presents a brilliant account of this “strange and divine museum of architecture,” the place Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, and Norman impacts mix to supply monuments of attractiveness and a different Sicilian variety. In a land then little touched by means of sleek transportation, with and with no courses, he traveled by means of educate, boat, horse and foot to arrive the locations he had got down to see: Palermo and the good cathedral of Monreale; the traditional Greek websites of Segesta, Selinunte and Agrigento; Messina and the Aeolian Islands; Catania, Taormina, Syracuse.
Maupassant climbs to the pinnacle of Vulcano, Mount Etna, and the fortified monastery on Monte Cuccio, and down into the Capuchin catacombs in Palermo and the sulphur mines of Casteltermini. He visits many locations that had unique aesthetic and poetic significance for him, just like the Archaeological Museum of Syracuse and its well-known statue of Venus and in Palermo either the Palatine Chapel and Wagner’s room within the lodge des Palmes the place the composer wrote the ultimate notes of his final opera, Parsifal.
"Sicily" is edited and translated through Robert W. Berger, an artwork historian who has released greatly on French artwork and structure and at the background of Paris.
Introduction, notes, bibliography, map, 25 engravings and pictures.
By Travelling Wizards
By Lorna Hendry
day's force from Melbourne. If it used to be me, i might get her around the Nullarbor quickly clever so she can't
nick off home.' while Lorna Hendry, her husband James and younger young children left Melbourne on a one-year journey round Australia in a four wheel drive with a camper trailer (having simply been camping out as soon as sooner than they left), they overlooked all suggestion and drove around the Nullarbor and up the west coast of Australia . they could were traveling the opposite direction round Australia, however it used to be the easiest selection they ever made. Lorna again to Melbourne 3 years later, having crossed deserts and rivers, taken ill-advised
short cuts within the such a lot distant components of the rustic, stood at the western aspect and the northern tip of the rustic, stumbled onto its geographic centre, and lived in distant groups in Western Australia.
Wrong method around is a narrative approximately 4 those that needed to get out of town to turn into a relatives. it truly is approximately this pretty and cruel state. And it really is concerning the adventures so that you can have in case you step outdoor of your door and switch left rather than right.