Letters from the Palazzo Barbaro
Pushkin Press, 1 sty 1998 - 222
This collection has been selected and edited by R. Mamoli Zorzi, a professor of Anglo-American Literature at the University of Venice, Ca' Foscari. It contains previously unpublished manuscript letters. In addition to an introduction by the editor, it has a foreword by the late Leon Edel, the great James biographer and editor.
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Asolo for a day or two next week — and I confess that I have a dread of
exchanging this marble hall for the top of a stable. But there is a big lady as well
as a little one in the case — and I must execute myself. They went (Mrs. Jack and
her three ...
I will tell you all the gossip of the Canal side; especially the wondrous Mrs.
Bronson-Pen Browning tension and rift and make-up (over the Asolo houses). I
went to Asolo, with Mrs. Jack, and adored it. I adored and adore everything in
Mrs. Bronson bought the Asolo house because she had so liked Browning's
Pippa Passes, set in Asolo. 5. Ralph Curtis painted several "Spanish" subjects:
among them Cigarreras Sevillanas which was exhibited at the Venice National ...
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Foreword by Leon Edel
Letters by Henry James
Letters by the Curtises
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