Author: Venice Historical Society Carolyn Elayne Alexander
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Keywords: america, images, venice
Number of Pages: 128
Published: 2004-07-13
List price: $21.99
ISBN-10: 0738520993
ISBN-13: 9780738520995

Venice, California, was unlike any other American city. A miniature railway, an amusement pier, gondolas, elephants, fire divers, Mardi Gras, beauty contests, stunt pilots, and 6 miles of canals overlooking the Pacific Ocean all made Abbot Kinney’s Venice-of-America the most popular California resort town of its early century era.

Author: John Ruskin
Publisher: BiblioBazaar
Keywords: venice, travellers, staying, verona, indices, local, introductory, chapters, stones
Number of Pages: 200
Published: 2006-10-07
List price: $19.99
ISBN-10: 1426436874
ISBN-13: 9781426436871

Volume: 1 General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1881 Original Publisher: George Allen Subjects: Italy Architecture Art Venice (Italy) Architecture / General Architecture / Criticism Architecture / History / General Architecture / Individual Architect Architecture / Regional Art / European History / Europe / Italy Travel / General Travel / Essays

Author: United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Publisher: United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Keywords: venice, meeting, october, italy, proceedings, papers, fleshing, development, agenda, updating
Number of Pages: 258
Published: 2006-12-15
List price: $30.00
ISBN-10: 9211064244
ISBN-13: 9789211064247

In a large number of countries where most of the population barely manages to earn subsistence wages, the success or failure of the economic agenda largely determines the fate of the political agenda, the quality of the democratic system and the potential for social advances. The conventional set of policy prescriptions does not ensure a positive mutual feedback between these two dimensions, the economic and the political. Such positive feedback depends vitally on productivity performance. This issue is at the core of the discussions reported in this book, which explores its variegated aspects

Author: M. Sasek
Publisher: Universe
Keywords: venice
Number of Pages: 64
Published: 2005-02-22
List price: $17.95
ISBN-10: 0789312239
ISBN-13: 9780789312235

Author: Henry James
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
Keywords: venice
Number of Pages: 48
Published: 2004-06-30
List price: $15.95
ISBN-10: 1419192442
ISBN-13: 9781419192449

They look like blotches of red and white paint and dishonourable smears of chalk on the cheeks of a noble matron. The face toward the Piazzetta is in especial the newest-looking thing conceivable,--as new as a new pair of boots, or as the mornings paper. We do not profess, however, to undertake a scientific quarrel with these changes, and admit that our complaint is a purely sentimental one. The march of industry in united Italy must doubtless be looked at as a whole, and one must endeavour to believe that it is through innumerable lapses of taste that this deeply interesting country is gropin

Author: Jacques Casanova
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
Keywords: venice
Number of Pages: 92
Published: 2004-06-30
List price: $18.95
ISBN-10: 1419192434
ISBN-13: 9781419192432

She assured me that the excellent woman would be delighted to see me, and to do anything I might ask her. "At all events," she concluded, "I hope to find myself in a few months in a position which will scandalize the convent if they are obstinately bent upon keeping me here."

Author: Grant Allen
Publisher: BiblioLife
Keywords: venice
Number of Pages: 276
Published: 2009-02-11
List price: $26.75
ISBN-10: 1103335847
ISBN-13: 9781103335848

Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: kings, features so strikingly foreign and Asiatic, that they called for special notice from Herodotus1. If therefore Agamemnon inherited his splendour from such predecessors, it will follow that the earliest form of the monarchy was not patriarchal but despotic, and that the Homeric King of men succeeded to a power with great pretensions, but practically limited in all directions by the rise of petty chieftains
  
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