England of My Heart : Spring

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Edward Hutton (1875-1969) was a British author of travel books and various Italian subjects. He was educated at Blundell's School before joining the publishers Bodley Head. He wrote several articles a


nd reviews on the subject of Italian art history, as well as a series of successful travel books. Hutton helped set up the British Institute of Florence in 1917, and helped the political department of the Foreign Office safeguard works of art and monuments during the Second World War. His works include: Frederic Uvedale (1901), Italy and the Italians (1902), Studies in the Lives of the Saints (1902), English Love Poems (edited) (1905), The Cities of Umbria (1905), The Cities of Spain (1906), Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, Lord of Rimini (1906), Florence and the Cities of Northern Tuscany, With Genoa (1907), Country Walks About Florence (1908), In Unknown Tuscany (1909), Giovanni Boccaccio: A Biographical Study (1910), Rome (1910), Siena and Southern Tuscany (1910), Ravenna: A Study (1913), England of My Heart: Spring (1914), A Wayfarer in Unknown Tuscany (1925), The Story of Ravenna (1926), The Mastiff of Rimini (1926) and Catholicism and English Literature (1942).

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