This is the extended annotated edition including a rare and extensive biographical essay on the author, as well as an introductory to the book written by George Parsons Lathrop. In Hawthorne's qFrench and Italian Note-Booksq the daily experience of his Italian sojourn, and the mute life of painting and sculpture as it stood to be reviewed by his eye, are set down precisely as they presented themselves to him at the time. They end the series of Hawthorne's journals; since, on his return to America, the Civil War so absorbed his thoughts that he was unable to continue memoranda of this kind.... characterized by strong simplicity and warm kindliness, with an impending brow, and large eyes, which kindle as he ... and I shall take another opportunity ( my fingers and head being tired now) to write about the house, and Mr. Powers, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Passages From The French And Italian Note-Books (Extended Annotated Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Jazzybee Verlag - 2013-11-14|