Some 20th Century Literary Visitors to Florence
21 October 2020 - 18:00
Wednesday Lecture, at the Harold Acton Library and online, on Zoom
by Mark Roberts
As in the nineteenth, so in the twentieth century the city of Florence acted as a powerful magnet for all sorts of writers and literary types from the English-speaking world. In this talk, Mark Roberts recalls a selection of these, illustrating them with photographs and anecdotes.
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