"Trip to the Sunny South"

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Title

"Trip to the Sunny South"

Creator

L.S.D

Date

March 1885

Description

This book published in 1885 shows the author's journey and his sight descriptions of a tour around the Mediterranean. The author absolutely marvels at Monte Carlo's sight and setting and so calls his days there as "faultless". He mentions the lively weather and scenery as well as the business that is found there. The author also mentions how most of the city's entertainment destinations are mostly restricted to foreign visitors, which gives insight to the kind of place Monte Carlo is as well as its purpose. The fact that he was mesmerized and captivated by Monte Carlo's city system shows that he underestimated it and that he also noticed how different it was in terms of its charming yet wild atmosphere. This reflects most of the perceptions and thoughts of other visitors of Monte Carlo during this time period.

Contributor

Makeda Fekede

Source*

L.S.D. ""Trip to the Sunny South"" Hathitrust. N.p., n.d. Web. 8 Apr. 2015.

D., L. S. Trip to the Sunny South In March, 1885: Paris, Macon, Geneva, Mentone, San Remo, Monte Carlo, Monaco, Italy, Genoa, Turin, Leghorn, Pisa, Naples, Rome, Reggio, Sicily, Messina, Catania, Syracuse, Malta, Gibraltar. Birkenhead [Eng.]: Printed by E. Griffith, 1885.

Rights

Original document is out of copyright (it was published before 1923). Every effort has been made to comply with the provisions of any licensing agreements associated with digitization of the original document. For further information, please see the “about” page.

Language

English

Type

Book/ Text

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Citation

L.S.D, “"Trip to the Sunny South",” American Women's Bestsellers -- Spring 2015, accessed July 13, 2024, https://202s15.cesaunders.net/items/show/118.

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