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by William Weaver,Eleanor Clark
In 1947 a young american woman named Eleanor Clark went to Rome on a Guggenheim fellowship to write a novel.
In 1947 a young american woman named Eleanor Clark went to Rome on a Guggenheim fellowship to write a novel. But Rome had its way with her, the novel was abandoned, and what followed was not a novel but a series of sketches of Roman life, most written between 1948 and 1951.
Eleanor Clark, Rome and a Villa (2000). Weaver wrote an introduction for this travelogue/memoir by Clark, whom he knew in Rome in the late 1940s). An Interview with William Weaver", by Martha King.
Rome and a Villa book. Illustrations throughout.
This item:Rome and a Villa (. Her book is lyrical but informative, and for some readers, perhaps too heavy with information, but I have found it indispensible both while in Rome and later back in the US thinking about where I had been. Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Orignally published as separate articles in The New Yorker magazine, each chapter focuses on a particular subject.
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Republished in a beautiful new package, the eternal classic that captures the Eternal City in all its vibrant enchantment. Bringing to life the legendary city's beauty and magic in all its many facets, Eleanor Clark's masterful collection of vignettes, Rome and a Villa, has transported readers for generations. In 1947 the young American writer traveled to Rome on a Guggenheim fellowship. But instead of a novel, Clark created a series of sketches of Roman life written mostly between 1948 and 1951.
Nonfiction; Steerforth Press, 2000). In 1947, five years before she was to marry Robert Penn Warren, the young American writer Eleanor Clark traveled to Rome on a Guggenheim Fellowship, and for the next four years she worked on a series of essays about the city that were gathered in the 1952 collection Rome and a Villa.
Rome and a Villa - eBook. Book Format: Choose an option. Once in Rome, the foreign writer or artist, over the course of weeks, months, or years, begins to lose ambition, to lose a sense of urgency, to lose even a sense of self.
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