5 edition of Amours De Voyage found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||September 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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] Paris: Armand Collins, 2011.
Ah, well, more than once I have broken my purpose, and sometimes, Only too often, have looked for the little lake steamer to bring him. We left in a hurry, Went from to Como, days we expected. and that is truly provoking; Gone to Milan, it seems; then I go also to Amours De Voyage.
Do I sink back on the old, or do I soar from the mean? It is about a group of English travellers in Italy: Claude, and the Trevellyn family, are caught up in the 1849 political turmoil. ' the Tourist may answer. Somehow a tyrannous sense of a superincumbent oppression Still, wherever I go, accompanies ever, and makes me Feel like a tree shall I say? Arnold would not be "sucked even for an hour into the Time Stream".
So that I 'list not, hurrah for the glorious army of martyrs! Most people probably first come across him as the figure of Thyrsis in Matthew Arnold's memorial poem of that name - which, for a memorial poem, doesn't seem to concentrate enough on the dead friend Ian Hamilton called it "fundamentally a condescending, not to say complacent, piece of work".
The poem must have found itself extremely ill-at-ease when it was published.
or do they linger, unhappy, Pining, and haunting the grave of their by-gone hope and endeavour? There's a nice irony in the fact, mentioned twice, that he has Murray's guide-book under his arm.
and do I really expect it? Only the day before, the foolish family Vernon Made some uneasy remarks, as we walked to our lodging together, As to intentions forsooth, and so forth.