A Little Tour in France Paperback – 27 June 1985. by Henry James (Author), Leon Edel (Introduction).
A Little Tour in France Paperback – 27 June 1985. Invented this new TAG for my cataloguing, and as it is rare for me not to finish a book, I doubt it will get much future use. But regretfully, with this work the game, as they say, was not worth the candle.
A Little Tour in France is a book of travel writing by American writer Henry James. Originally published under the title En Province in 1883–1884 as a serial in The Atlantic Monthly, the book recounts a six-week tour James made of many provincial towns in France, including Tours, Bourges, Nantes, Toulouse, Arles and several others. The first book publication was in 1884.
A Little Tour in France book
A Little Tour in France book. Henry James has taken me on an interesting tour of France, starting in the Loire valley, then on to Brittany via Loches and Bourges, also visiting the Bordeaux region before heading south to Provence and then returning to Paris via the Burgundy region. Locations 53-55: The Palais de Justice was the seat of the Government of Leon Gambetta in the autumn of 1870, after the dictator had been obliged to retire in his balloon from Paris, and before the Assembly was constituted at Bordeaux.
James, Henry, 1843-1916. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Published September 1884. Cf. Edel & Laurence Originally appeared in the At. .antic monthly, 1883-84 under title: En Provence Edel & Laurence. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
Title: A Little Tour in France (Oxford Paperbacks) Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Publisher: Oxford Univ Pr ISBN 13: 9780192814708. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
A Little Tour in France is a book of travel writing by Henry James. He conceived the book as a description of and even homage to the provinces. James had tried living in Paris before settling in London in 1876. He returned to France in 1882 to discover more of French provincial life than he had previously been able to see. Read on the Scribd mobile app.
A Little Tour in France by Henry James (Paperback, 1985). Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing.
A Little Tour in France has been added to your Cart. The true strength of the book is James' astonishing erudition. He KNOWS what has occurred historically in the various towns, and "points of interest," perhaps better than the natives themselves
A Little Tour in France has been added to your Cart. He KNOWS what has occurred historically in the various towns, and "points of interest," perhaps better than the natives themselves. Consider: "Normandy is Normandy, Burgundy is Burgundy, Provence is Provence; but Touraine is essentially France. Originally published under the title En Province in 1883–1884 as a serial in The Atlantic Monthly. Henry James, (born April 15, 1843, New York, New York, . died February 28, 1916, London, England), American novelist and, as a naturalized English citizen from 1915, a great figure in the transatlantic culture
Генри Джеймс A Little Tour in France. In the same street, on the other side, a little below, is something better worth your visit than the shrine of Saint Martin.
Генри Джеймс A Little Tour in France. III. I have mentioned the church of Saint Martin, which was for many years the sacred spot, the shrine of pilgrimage, of Tours. Knock at a high door in a white wall (there is a cross above it), and a fresh-faced sister of the convent of the Petit Saint Martin will let you into the charming little cloister, or rather fragment of a cloister. Only one side of this exqui- site structure remains, but the whole place is effective.