Delving Into The Daily Life Of A City That Is In So Many Ways Larger Than Life, Paul Hofmann Steers Us Beyond The Tourist Board, Revealing A Fetish For Vatican Gossip, The Idiosyncrasies Of The Gattare Cat Women Who Care For The City S Stray Cats , And The Vagaries Of The Ever Volatile Roman Government As He Winds Through Rome S Ancient Streets, We Listen With Him To The
Paul Hofmann was an author, journalist, linguist, and political activist The New York Times, for whom he was a foreign correspondent, described him as fluent in German, Italian, French, and English, having a command of several other languages that wasthan passable, as well as a broad grasp of history and diplomatic affairs and an often playful curiosity.
- 272 pages
- The Seasons of Rome: A Journal
- Paul Hofmann
- 12 April 2018 Paul Hofmann