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 It contains previously unpublished manuscript letters.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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I personally prefer Oxford; it told me deeper and richer things than any I have
learned here. It's as if I had been born in Boston: I can't for my life frankly
surrender myself to the Genius of Italy, or the Spirit of the South — or whatever
one may call ...
XVI To Isabella Stewart Gardner Friday July 29th  (Edel III) Hotel
Richemont Lausanne Dear Donna Isabella. I have waited to draw breath here
before writing to you and I arrived here only yesterday. Italy is already a dream
and Venice a ...
A. L. Coburn, An Autobiography, edited by H. and A. Gersheim, New York, Dover,
1978, p.52. 2. Constance Fletcher (1858-1938), an American writer who lived in
Italy. Using the pseudonym "George Fleming" she published stories and novels, ...
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