Under the Sun: Essays Mainly Written in Hot Countries

Front Cover
Vizetelly & Company, 1887 - Algeria - 429 pages
0 Reviews
"I have given to this collection of Sketches of Travels and Manners the title they bear, for the reason that the majority of their number have a direct reference to the Hot Climates of the lands in which I have wandered." --P. [ix]

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

AN ESSAY ON WARM WEATHER ix
9
UNDER THE OURS Of THE MORBO
17
PAGE
23
THE nUMOUES OF HAVANA
30
A COURTYARD IN HAVANA
47
THE VOLANT
69
HAVANA CIOARITOB
72
HAVANA CIQABS
83
CUAONAWAOHA
209
STALLS
226
WRETCHEDVILLB
245
SHOCKING
261
XXH THE HOTEL CHAOS
272
POSTE RESTANTE
286
THE IDLE t attw
296
EMPTY BOXES
307

A HARD EOAD TO TRAVEL
101
THE DIVERSIONS OF LA 60LEDAD Ill IX THE CITY OF THE ANGELS
123
MOORISH HOUSES AT ALGIERS
135
COCKPIT ROYAL
145
ED SAMBO AND FATIIMA
168
OLD SPAIN IN AFRICA
175
unq pippins palace
186
THE SURRENDER OF VENICE
318
HOMELESS IN PADUA
339
FLORENCE CAPITAL OF ITALY
342
SOMA UBBS
348
THE STREETS OF ROME
357
A DAY WITH THE ROMAN HOUNDS
379

Bibliographic information