A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy, Bände 1-2
University of California Press, 1967 - 377 Seiten
Best known for his novel Tristram Shandy, author Laurence Sterne drew upon his experiences in the 1760s, when he travelled extensively through France and Italy, to create this fictional travelogue. --From publisher's description.
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Even Coleridge , one of Sterne's most admiring and perceptive critics ,
considered A Sentimental Journey " poor sickly stuff ” and found " little beyond a
clever affectation ” in it . Although Thackeray's virulent attack on Sterne is not
47 , above ) may indicate that Sterne considered inserting the passage on fol .
109 " there . Mı : " alas ! said the Mourner , I fear ” ] 49 otherwise . ] otherwise46–
47 . Thou ... him . ) Yorick's remark and the mourner's words , " hadst thou been ...
Tristram's unfulfilled promise to recount their tour " hereafter ” may be considered
part of Sterne's effort to recapture the public's interest , an effort which eventually
led to A Sentimental Journey . Pages 178.57–73 . A poor defenceless being ...
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - john257hopper - LibraryThing
This 250 year old novel was a fictional satire on a more serious non-fictional account of a journey through France and Italy by Sterne's contemporary Tobias Smollett. The satire is in the fact that ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - Marse - LibraryThing
A Sentimental Journey is the story of a man traveling from England to France and back and his adventures, or should I say, his encounters during the trip. We don't get a lot of "travel" descriptions ... Vollständige Rezension lesen