I SEGRETI DI ROMA AUGIAS PDF
From Italy’s popular author Corrado Augias comes the most intriguing .. Mi aspettavo un qualcosa di simile ad una ‘guida turistica’ ai segreti di Roma. I segreti di Roma – Ebook written by Corrado Augias. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. I Segreti Di Roma by Corrado Augias, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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This was a totally enjoyable book; and the better one knows Rome, the more one will enjoy it.
His other works include several essays about peculiar features of the world’s most important cities: The book also reveals how Silvio Berlusconi managed to acquire his fabulous estate in Arcore spoiler: You can tell he loves Rome, but he always had to get back to a story that he was telling, and it interrupted the narrative arc by jum I felt like every chapter had some insights about the history of the city of Rome, the people that have lived there over the years, and the scandals that have shaped it’s story.
Pietro in Vincoli, t Splendid book. The author picks certain buildings or areas in the eternal city and then elaborates on them with stories that span centuries. If they were grouped together by location, or by period I think I would have connected with the stories a little bit more.
It’s neither a travelogue nor a tour guide. It provides a complete itenerary to Caravaggio’s churches, Michelangelo’s Moses in S.
From Italy’s popular author Corrado Augias comes the most intriguing exploration of Rome ever to be published. Aug 22, William Bailey rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 4 comments. Le altre tre non accendono tutta la tavolozza dei colori. If you are planning a few days there you really should use this book to review years of history on the very spots.
Those planning a trip to Rome will get a flavor for this amazing city.
Sep 17, Peter Mcloughlin rated it really liked it Shelves: Pourtant, quelque chose manque cruellement: The tales also just come to an end. Of course, antiquity, the Renaissance and World War II feature strongly, but stories from lesser known periods were new to me.
I segreti di Roma – Corrado Augias – Google Books
Roma attira amore, ammirazione, paura e rispetto eccetera. Perfect background reading for my upcoming trip to Rome. You can tell he loves Rome, but he always had to get back to a story that he was segregi, and it interrupted the narrative arc by jumping back and forth within stories.
I am ready to go back and look for all these places on my own.
Maybe that’s because these overlap with Augias’ own lifetime and are therefore described more vividly, maybe because I didn’t have as much prior knowledge about Italy under fascism or during and after WWII. Mi aspettavo un qualcosa di simile ad una ‘guida turistica’ ai segreti di Roma. He doesn’t follow chronological order, but of course visitors don’t experience the city that way either; I really loved this book, primarily because it exactly suited my needs at the time.
Chapters can be read sequentially or not.
In the mold of his earlier histories of Paris, New York, and London, Augias moves perceptively through twenty-seven centuries of Roman life, shedding new light on a cast of famous, and infamous, historical figures and uncovering secrets and conspiracies that have shaped the city without our ever knowing it. I wouldn’t want to use it for a class, but I might take it with me when I go back to Rome someday.
But is nice in pieces just wish it held together better.
I Segreti Di Roma
Nonostante alcune bizzarre teorie sostangano che ben altre siano le leve delle azioni umane a queste sto contento e i discorsi coerentemente filano. Return to Book Page. Lists with This Book. I also loved the use of architecture as a jumping-off point for several stories because in Rome, perhaps unlike anywhere else in the world, art and architecture are propaganda for religious and political agenda.
Rather, it’s like sitting down with a Roman friend over coffee or an Aperitivo, listening to him tell interesting anecdotes about his city.
He is an atheist. I degreti like every chapter had some insights about the history of the city of Rome, the people that have lived there over the years, and the scandals that have shaped it’s story.
The Secrets of Rome: Love and Death in the Eternal City by Corrado Augias
Fornisce un sacco di spunti per approfondire, se si vuole. With so much of the book focused on the people and places of Rome, I would have liked some illustrations of the buildings, art, and portraits of the people that were at the center of these stories to bring them to life just that little bit extra.
The tone reminded me of Istanbul by Orhan Pamuk. Une Rome plus intime en quelque sorte. Augias ci porta a spasso per Roma in varie sdgreti storiche e riesce facilmente a conciliare storia dell’arte, politica, storia sociale, architettura, antropologia It like a whirlwind tour covers a large variety of sights but only lingers shortly on each point of interest. Augius is an expert on almost every subject that interests me.
The stories highlight various bits of history and later, as I walked through Rome, I could recognize remnants of that history.