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Riviera Towns by Herbert Adams Gibbons Available online through Hathitrust.org
Scenery of the Riviera
Gardens of the French Riviera by
Call Number: SB466.F82 R585 1994
Publication Date: 1992
An anecdotal guide to the gardens of the French Riviera, including maps, photos and an annotated bibliography.
Call Number: Van Pelt Library PQ2350 .S713 2008
Publication Date: 2008
Afloat, originally published as Sur l'eau in 1888, is seemingly a simple logbook of a sailing cruise along the French Mediterranean coast. Guy de Maupassant merges fact and fiction, dream and documentation to reflect his experience in the area.
The Riviera, Ancient and Modern
Written by Charles Lentheric and Translated by Charles West, 1895Available through Hathitrust.org
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The Italian Riviera in Film: Enchanted April (1992)
Two proper, middle-class English women, bored with their lives and their passionless husbands, spend a month on vacation in a medieval villa on the Italian Riviera. The idyllic hideaway holds a special magic, which reawakens hopes of a sunnier, more colorful future.
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Culture of the Riviera
The French Riviera: A Literary Guide for Travellers by
Call Number: PN164 .J66 2004
Publication Date: 2007
From Hyères and St. Tropez to the Italian border, Ted Jones provides a survey of the writers who traveled through the area from the most distinguished to the little known.
Americans and the Making of the Riviera by
Call Number: DC608.9 N45 2008
Publication Date: 2007
Nelson focuses on the way American writers represented the French Riviera and how their writings helped to promote American tourism in southern France.
The Garden of Eden by
Publication Date: 1995
A sensational bestseller when it appeared in 1986, The Garden of Eden is set on the Cote d'Azur in the 1920s. Left unfinished, it is Hemingway's last novel, which he worked on intermittently from 1946 until his death in 1961.