Grand tour; a journey in the tracks of the age of aristocracy, conducted by Mona Wilson, Douglas Woodruff, Edmund Blunden [and others] ... and edited by R.S. Lambert.

New York, E.P. Dutton and Company, Incorporated [1937] .

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Subjects British -- Europe -- History.
Europe -- Description and travel.
Description 167 pages frontispiece, plates facsimile 23 cm
Copyright Date [1937]
Notes "First edition."
"The chapters of this book are based upon articles which originally appeared in the Listener."--Page 14.
Maps on lining-papers.
Contents Introduction, by R.S. Lambert. -- How to began, by Mona Wilson. -- The first stage -- from London to Paris, by Douglas Woodruff. -- The second stage -- from Paris to Geneva, by Edmund Blunden. -- The third stage -- Switzerland and the Alps, by Janet A. Smith. -- The fourth stage -- round Italy, by Richard Pyke. -- Venice, Florence, Rome and Naples, by Sacheverell Sitwell. -- The fifth stage -- Germany and the Rhineland, by Malcolm Letts. -- The sixth stage -- Cologne and the journey to the coast, by Malcolm Letts. -- The decline of the grand tour, by Mona Wilson.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1824306
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Lambert, R. S. 1894-1981,
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