excerpt from 'Journal entry, 24 April 1830' pp. 344 (95 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 24 April 1830' pp. 344 (95 words)

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Journal entry, 24 April 1830

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The road here is beautiful, particularly about la Cava. I walked up to the Convent of the Trinità; it stands on the brink of a deep ravine in the middle of the hills, which are tossed into a hundred different shapes and covered with foliage—a magnificent situation. The convent is very large, and well kept; it contains fifty monks, who were most of them walking about the road. Here were all the raw materials requisite for a romance—a splendid setting sun, mountains, convent, flock of goats, evening bell, friars, and peasants.

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