Graziella: A Story of Italian Love e-book
by A. de Lamartine,James B. Runnion
This is a reprint of the Book "Graziella: A Story of Italian Love" originally published by Jansen, McClurg & Co in. .
This is a reprint of the Book "Graziella: A Story of Italian Love" originally published by Jansen, McClurg & Co in 1886. The story began in spring of 1808, when Lamartine went to Naples where he met a young Frenchman of about his ages, Avmon de Virieu, to whom he had attached a life-long friendship. Lamartine and his friend were very fascinated with the life of the fishermen of Posilippo.
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Lamartine had brought books with him, including Paul and Virginia by Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, which he.Le roman Graziella part, à la base, d’une histoire réellement arrivée à de son auteur : Alphonse de Lamartine (1790-1869). Lamartine a vingt ans.
Lamartine had brought books with him, including Paul and Virginia by Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, which he reads to Graziella and her family: "Scarcely had this reading begun, that the faces of our little audience changed, and took on an expression of attention and reflection, a sure sign of the emotion of the heart.
Alphonse De Lamartine. The author’s recollections of his first visit to Italy at the age of eighteen and of the romance of his youth. The autobiographical book was published in 1886 by a French poet, politician, historian,. writer of travel books. writer of travel books and popular literature, Alphonse de Lamartine. The once famous romantic novel tells a bittersweet and heartbreaking story of love of a fisher girl Graziella and a sophisticated Frenchman who, after a brief romance and courtship, left her and returned to his native land, to all appearance to marry a girl of his background back home
Alphonse de Lamartine. Graziella was written by Alphonse de Lamartine, a French poet and novelist. Graziella: A Story of Italian Love. As a young man, in 1812 Lamartine had visited Italy, travelling from his home near Mâcon to an abbey in Cluny, then onwards to Naples and Rome. During his time in Naples, Lamartine stayed with Darest de la Chavanne, who owned a cigar factory. There, he met a young woman from Procida, a tobacco-leaf folder with whom he began a relationship, and with whom he may have been intimate. Chicago: A. C. McGlurg and Company.
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Graziella: A Story of Italian Love. Alphonse De Lamartine. Translated by James B. Runnion.
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Alphonse de Lamartine, James B. Runnion (1911).