Corinne, or, Italy

By Sylvia Raphael; Madame de Staël | Go to book overview

OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS

MADAME DE STAËL


Corinne, or Italy

Translated and Edited by SYLVIA RAPHAEL

Introduction by JOHN ISBELL

Oxford New York OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1998

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Table of contents

  • CORINNE, OR ITALY ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • NOTE ON THE TEXT xxi
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY xxiii
  • CHRONOLOGY OF MADAME DE STAËL xxv
  • CORINNE or Italy 1
  • Contents 3
  • BOOK I OSWALD 5
  • Chapter I 5
  • Chapter II 8
  • Chapter III 9
  • Chapter IV 13
  • Chapter V 18
  • BOOK II CORINNE AT THE CAPITOL 21
  • Chapter I 21
  • Chapter II 25
  • Chapter III 28
  • Chapter IV 33
  • BOOK III CORINNE 36
  • Chapter I 36
  • Chapter II 41
  • Chapter III 42
  • BOOK IV ROME 49
  • Chapter I 49
  • Chapter II 53
  • Chapter III 55
  • Chapter IV 62
  • Chapter V 68
  • Chapter VI 73
  • BOOK V TOMBS, CHURCHES, AND PALACES 76
  • Chapter I 76
  • Chapter II 80
  • Chapter III 82
  • BOOK VI ITALIAN CUSTOMS AND CHARACTER 88
  • Chapter I 88
  • Chapter II 92
  • Chapter III 96
  • Chapter IV 103
  • BOOK VII ITALIAN LITERATURE 109
  • Chapter I 109
  • Chapter II 112
  • Chapter III 122
  • BOOK VIII STATUES AND PICTURES 129
  • Chapter I 129
  • Chapter II 138
  • Chapter III 144
  • Chapter IV 147
  • BOOK IX THE PEOPLE'S FESTIVAL AND MUSIC 156
  • Chapter I 156
  • Chapter II 160
  • Chapter III 164
  • BOOK X HOLY WEEK 167
  • Chapter I 167
  • Chapter II 169
  • Chapter III 172
  • Chapter IV 173
  • Chapter V 176
  • Chapter VI 182
  • BOOK XI NAPLES AND THE HERMITAGE OF SAN SALVATORE 187
  • Chapter I 187
  • Chapter II 191
  • Chapter III 194
  • Chapter IV 198
  • BOOK XII LORD NELVIL'S STORY 202
  • Chapter I 202
  • Chapter II 209
  • BOOK XIII VESUVIUS AND THE NAPLES COUNTRYSIDE 225
  • Chapter I 225
  • Chapter II 227
  • Chapter III 229
  • Chapter IV 233
  • Chapter V 238
  • Chapter VI 239
  • Chapter VII 241
  • BOOK XIV CORINNE'S STORY 243
  • Chapter I 243
  • Chapter II 251
  • Chapter III 254
  • Chapter IV 260
  • BOOK XV THE FAREWELL TO ROME AND THE JOURNEY TO VENICE 264
  • Chapter I 264
  • Chapter II 267
  • Chapter III 271
  • Chapter IV 275
  • Chapter V 279
  • Chapter VI 282
  • Chapter VII 284
  • Chapter VIII 286
  • Chapter IX 289
  • BOOK XVI DEPARTURE AND ABSENCE 293
  • Chapter I 293
  • Chapter II 295
  • Chapter III 297
  • Chapter IV 304
  • Chapter V 305
  • Chapter VI 310
  • Chapter VII 315
  • Chapter VIII 317
  • BOOK XVII CORINNE IN SCOTLAND 320
  • Chapter I 320
  • Chapter II 322
  • Chapter III 325
  • Chapter IV 327
  • Chapter V 330
  • Chapter VI 333
  • Chapter VII 336
  • Chapter VIII 337
  • Chapter IX 340
  • BOOK XVIII THE STAY IN FLORENCE 346
  • Chapter I 346
  • Chapter II 349
  • Chapter III 351
  • Chapter IV 354
  • Chapter V 356
  • Chapter VI 360
  • BOOK XIX OSWALD'S RETURN TO ITALY 363
  • Chapter I 363
  • Chapter II 366
  • Chapter III 369
  • Chapter IV 372
  • Chapter V 376
  • Chapter VI 381
  • Chapter VII 384
  • BOOK XX CONCLUSION 387
  • Chapter I 387
  • Chapter II 387
  • Chapter III 390
  • Chapter IV 395
  • Chapter V 399
  • MME DE STAËLS NOTES 405
  • EXPLANATORY NOTES 410
  • A SELECTION OF OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS 423
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