The Italians - The Peaceful Invasion, The Eternal Pilgrimage, The Fatal Charm of Italy and The Importance of Spectacle Summary & Analysis

Luigi Barzini, Jr.
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The Peaceful Invasion, The Eternal Pilgrimage, The Fatal Charm of Italy and The Importance of Spectacle Summary and Analysis

The Italians by Luigi Barzini is a brief study of the nature and mores of the Italian people. The book addresses the issues of religion, family, history, honor, art and more, which make up the fabric of the people and the country which have attracted the world's attention for centuries.

Foreign visitors flock to Italy each year in increasing numbers; in the 1950s, as many as twelve million each year; in the 1960s, over twenty million. (Note: The book was published in 1964 and the numbers must be significantly higher now.) The largest number comes from Northern Europe and the United States, but Russia, Africa and Asia are all represented in the...

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