Pictures From Italy

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Pictures From Italy  (1846) 
by Charles Dickens
(transcription project)

PICTURES FROM ITALY.


BY

CHARLES DICKENS.

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The Vignette Illustrations on Wood, by Samuel Palmer.


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The Street of the Tombs: Pompeii.



LONDON:

PUBLISHED FOR THE AUTHOR,

BY BRADBURY & EVANS, WHITEFRIARS.


MDCCCXLVI.

LONDON:
BRADBURY AND EVANS, PRINTERS, WHITEFRIARS.

CONTENTS.

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page
the reader's passport 1
going through france 5
lyons, the rhone, and the goblin of avignon 17
avignon to genoa 30
genoa and its neighbourhood 38
to parma, modena, and bologna 84
through bologna and ferrara 98
an italian dream 107
by verona, mantua, and milan, across the pass of
 the simplon into switzerland
120
to rome by pisa and siena 144
rome 165
a rapid diorama—
 to naples 233
 naples 237
 pompeii—herculaneum 243
 pæstum 247
 vesuvius 248
 return to naples 255
 monte cassino 261
 florence 265
This work published before January 1, 1923 is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.