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Fiction
Author: Thomas Forester
ISBN: 1437148719
Subcategory: Classics
Pages 484 pages
Publisher Kessinger Publishing, LLC (October 1, 2008)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.2
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eBook Rambles In The Islands Of Corsica And Sardinia: With Notices Of Their History, Antiquities, And Present Condition (1858) download

by Thomas Forester


the Rambles in that island. CORSICA and SARDINIA to accompany Forester's Rambles.

the Rambles in that island. Having landed in Sardinia, we should continue the tour through that island as long as circumstances permitted; leaving it by one of the Sardinian government's steam-boats which ply between the island and Genoa and so take the route by Turin, over the Mont-Cenis, to Lyons, Paris, and Boulogne.

Public Domain Mark . Book from the collections of. National Library of Naples. Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts.

Corsica - Description and travel, Sardinia (Italy) - Description and travel. London, Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts.

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Thomas Forester was the author of: Everard Tunstall: A South-African Tale (1851), A Road-Book for Tourists in Norway, with Hints to English Sportsmen and Anglers (1854), Rambles in Norway, 1848-1849 (1855), The Danube.

Thomas Forester was the author of: Everard Tunstall: A South-African Tale (1851), A Road-Book for Tourists in Norway, with Hints to English Sportsmen and Anglers (1854), Rambles in Norway, 1848-1849 (1855), The Danube and the Black Sea (1857) and Rambles.

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Vivados
Might have been a worthwhile read when it was published but now it's just a waste of time. Never did finish reading it
Samut
Informative. I always wondered about these two islands
Llbery
Great Fun
Mr_Mix
A pleasant reading experience. These old travel narratives provide an interesting window on to the places visited. I especially enjoyed the use if French and Italian throughout the book
Xanzay
dated language that lost my interest
Mautaxe
What a gem! Literature and accounts of Sardinia, Italy in English are very difficult to find, especially from the period before the early 1900's and the exemplary work of the Nobel-prize winning author Grazia Deledda. This book has assisted me in learning more about the culture of the islands of both Sardinia and Corsica in the early- to mid-1800s and a fascinating read. Note: if you are not familiar with reading antiquated literature and don't know a lot about Latinate languages, please have Google Translate handy to translate the numerous phrases in Italian, French, and Latin itself. This is not a story, by any means; it is a travel journal from an eyewitness in the 1800s. That being said, I personally didn't find the language, the prose, or the side notes about Hellenic tradition or classical culture off-putting at all. For someone of a scholarly bent (even if you're a scholar by avocation, such as myself) and interested in historical travelogues, it is well worthwhile.

I gave this version (Kindle) four stars because the illustrations are absent. If they were present, I would have rated it a 5.