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Elizabeth Robins Pennell's book, 'Nights: Rome, Venice, in the Aesthetic Eighties; London, Paris, in the Fighting Nineties,' offers readers a captivating glimpse into the European cultural scene of the late 19th century. Pennell's descriptive and engaging narrative style immerses readers in the vibrant nightlife of cities like Rome, Venice, London, and Paris, during two distinct decades. Through detailed accounts of art, literature, and social interactions, Pennell paints a vivid picture of the aesthetic and political movements that shaped these cities during this transformative period in history. Elizabeth Robins Pennell, a prominent American writer and critic, was known for her keen observations and insightful commentary on European culture. Her experiences living abroad in Europe influenced her writing, allowing her to provide unique perspectives on the cultural shifts of the time. 'Nights' reflects Pennell's passion for art, literature, and the exploration of different societies. I highly recommend 'Nights' to readers who are interested in the intersection of art, culture, and history. Pennell's meticulous research and vivid storytelling make this book a valuable resource for anyone seeking to understand the rich cultural tapestry of late 19th-century Europe.


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Nights: Rome, Venice, in the Aesthetic Eighties; London, Paris, in the Fighting Nineties
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<p>Elizabeth Robins Pennell (1855&ndash;1936) was an American author and critic who made significant contributions to the literary and cultural discourse of her time. Her distinct prose style and insightful observations were shaped by her extensive travels and expatriate life in Europe. One of her acclaimed works, \'Nights: Rome, Venice, in the Aesthetic Eighties; London, Paris, in the Fighting Nineties\' provides a vivid account of the cultural transformation in major European cities during two consequential decades. In this book, Pennell offers a rich tapestry of social life, artistic fervor, and the intellectual spirit that defined the fin-de-si&egrave;cle period. Her writing is often characterized by its narrative liveliness and attention to the details of daily life, which she crafts into broader commentaries on the aesthetics and societal norms of the times. As a woman writer in a predominantly male literary world, Pennell demonstrated both courage and prowess, establishing herself as a keen observer and a fluent chronicler of the unique interplay between urban life and artistic movements. Her works remain valuable resources for cultural historians and general readers interested in the transition from Victorian to modern sensibilities in European art and society.</p>
ISBN: 8596547142133
Referencia: BW1037790258

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