A Thousand Bells at Noon: A Roman Reveals the Secrets and Pleasures of His Native City

by G. Franco Romagnoli

Paperback, 2003

Status

Available

Publication

Harper Perennial (2003), Edition: Reprint, 272 pages

Description

G. Franco Romagnoli was a mere youth when he left Rome for America, where he made a name for himself as a cookbook author, television personality, and restaurateur. But the love of his native city brought him back to Rome for an extended stay, allowing him to rediscover the sights, smells, and sounds of this urban paradise. In A Thousand Bells at Noon, Romagnoli shares with readers his visceral and emotional experiences in Rome: its ancient streets and modern shops; it parks; caf#65533;s, and hidden gardens; its grand public squares and sacred spaces. As he relives moments from his childhood, reconnects with old friends, and sees through new eyes a modern city steeped in history, you will fall in love with Romagnoli's Rome -- a wondrous place like no other on earth.… (more)

Language

Original language

English

Barcode

7838
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