Complete Works: Essays, Travel Journal, Letters - Travel Journal : Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Travel Journal : Chapter 15 Summary and Analysis

Montaigne provides high quality travel writing. The group moves on in their journey, venturing forth from the city of Rome and later returning. The secretary's writing is wonderfully clear and concise. Here is an example: "Urbino, sixteen miles, a town of little distinction, on the top of a mountain of medium height, but lying in all directions according to the slopes of the place, so that there is nothing level about it, and everywhere you have to go up and down. The market was being held, for it was Saturday" (p. 977). There is a later point during which the writer describes the water of a given location. While doing so, he is able to make it very clear that the water is not the same in all places though he does not go on at length as...

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