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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The Seasons of Rome: A Journal
  • Paul Hofmann
  • English
  • 07 June 2017
  • 9780805055979

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  1. says:

    This is one of several travel books I have left on my tbr shelf I could read a steady diet of these for weeks but I d never get anything else read if I did that, so I allow myself one as a treat now and then.This one did something no other travel book has ever done for me it cured me of any desire to actually go to Rome I loved the format of the book it s written like a journal with dated entries, but I expected admittedly my mistake a kinder, charming look at life in one of the most popular cities in the world.What I got was a lot of information about the constant political struggles, strikes, terrible traffic congestion, crime organized and otherwise , major public transit difficulties, air pollution, out of control soccer fans, housing problems and bureaucratic headaches that constitute life in Rome It sounds like a miserable place to live and even to visit All large cities have these problems to some extent, but most of the travel books I ve read try to infuse at least a little bit of romance into the the mental pictures they paint The author refers to Rome as the most beautiful city on earth but unfortunately this book made Rome seem like a dirty and unfriendly destination.The w...


  2. says:

    This was an interesting book on Italy by a man who s lived in Rome for decades This was a much educational read than a romantic one, but I loved the honest perspective about how crazy Rome can be to live in I love Ro...


  3. says:

    Amusing vignettes of a year in a life in Rome Despite the frustrations, author has made Rome his home since WWII Teacher can t find work because there are not enough children in Italy Polytechnic graduate hides his degree to get a job, collecting garbage left by Romans and tourists Embassy staff notorious for not paying rent Noisy Vespas, whose name means wasp Facets of multicultural Rome Fi...


  4. says:

    Well written, it makes me quite nostalgic for my time living in Rome He captures the essence of the Italian people and their way of life, and taps into the absurdities of their reality with great affection As someone who lived in Rome for a college semes...


  5. says:

    I thought this book provided a great insight about life in Rome the crazy religious antics, the cat women, the different winds that blow into town, the sounds that emanate from people s apartments, how Italians...


  6. says:

    I enjoyed sections of this book, but some of it went into too much detail He wrote about one of the many years he lived in Rome and broke it out month by month Many of us don t do something interesting enough to write about each month, and Hofmann is no different I did enjoy his descr...


  7. says:

    Love stories of Rome..and this one talked about the hotel I stayed in last time Aww


  8. says:

    914.56 A journal of a stay in Rome, including all kinds of interesting tidbits about life in Romeunresponsive government, nutty women taking care of wild cats, wonderful food, etc.

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