TITLE

TWO OLD HOUSES AND THREE YOUNG WOMEN

AUTHOR(S)
James, Henry
PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
Italian Hours;3/1/2006, p35
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
The section "Two Old Houses and Three Young Women" of the book "Italian Hours," by Henry James is presented. It highlights the author's observations on the old architectural style of the structures in Italy, particularly Venice. Moreover, it tells of the author's meeting with three sisters at the bridge near a big campo as well as the author's participation in the Feast of St. John the Baptist in Florence.
ACCESSION #
34345347

 

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