Atlas Pocket Classics: Italy: Italian Journey/Rome, Naples & Florence/Italian Hours
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An elegant box set of travel classics about Italy, with an introduction from the celebrated author of "Out of Egypt" and "Call Me by Your Name,"
In this second volume of the Atlas Pocket Classics series, Andre Aciman introduces three masterpieces of travel writing about Italy. W. H. Auden and Elizabeth Mayer's definitive translation of Goethe's "Italian Journey" (1786-88)...more
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Published by Atlas & Co.
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