Italian Architecture and Italian Culture as Described in “Italian Journeys”

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Italian Architecture and Italian Culture as Described in “Italian Journeys”
This paper reviews the text by William D. Howell, “Italian Journeys,” and explores the author’s particular view of Italy. The paper focuses on examining the particular work of literature and describes how the text describes specific periods in Italian history and particular elements of Italian culture. In engaging in such an exercise, the next several pages will look at the period in which this work was produced and will discuss the historical and political circumstances which were prevalent in Italy during the epoch under investigation. The paper will also discuss how the work fits into the broader context of William D. Howell’s others works – to the extent that...
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