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Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys

Amelia B. Edwards (1831-1892)

1. 01 – Ch. I: Monte Generoso To Venice, pt. 1
2. 02 – Ch. I: Monte Generoso To Venice, pt. 2
3. 03 – Ch. II: Venice To Longarone, pt. 1
4. 04 – Ch. II: Venice To Longarone, pt. 2
5. 05 – Ch. III: Longarone To Cortina, pt. 1
6. 06 – Ch. III: Longarone To Cortina, pt. 2
7. 07 – Ch. IV: At Cortina, pt. 1
8. 08 – Ch. IV: At Cortina, pt. 2
9. 09 – Ch. IV: At Cortina, pt. 3
10. 10 – Ch. V: Cortina To Pieve Di Cadore, pt. 1
11. 11 – Ch. V: Cortina To Pieve Di Cadore, pt. 2
12. 12 – Ch. V: Cortina To Pieve Di Cadore, pt. 3
13. 13 – Ch. V: Cortina To Pieve Di Cadore, pt. 4
14. 14 – Ch. VI: Auronzo And Val Buona, pt. 1
15. 15 – Ch. VI: Auronzo And Val Buona, pt. 2
16. 16 – Ch. VII: Caprile, pt. 1
17. 17 – Ch. VII: Caprile, pt. 2
18. 18 – Ch. VII: Caprile, pt. 3
19. 19 – Ch. VIII: At Caprile, pt. 1
20. 20 – Ch. VIII: At Caprile, pt. 2
21. 21 – Ch. VIII: At Caprile, pt. 3
22. 22 – Ch. IX: To Agordo and Primiero, pt. 1
23. 23 – Ch. IX: To Agordo and Primiero, pt. 2
24. 24 – Ch. X: Primiero to Predazzo, pt. 1
25. 25 – Ch. X: Primiero to Predazzo, pt. 2
26. 26 – Ch. X: Primiero to Predazzo, pt. 3
27. 27 – Ch. XI: The Fassa Thal and the Fedaja Pass, pt. 1
28. 28 – Ch. XI: The Fassa Thal and the Fedaja Pass, pt. 2
29. 29 – Ch. XII: The Sasso Bianco, pt. 1
30. 30 – Ch. XII: The Sasso Bianco, pt. 2
31. 31 – Ch. XIII: Forno di Zoldo and Zopp�, pt. 1
32. 32 – Ch. XIII: Forno di Zoldo and Zopp�, pt. 2
33. 33 – Ch. XIII: Forno di Zoldo and Zopp�, pt. 3
34. 34 – Ch. XIV: Caprile to Botzen, pt. 1
35. 35 – Ch. XIV: Caprile to Botzen, pt. 2
36. 36 – Ch. XIV: Caprile to Botzen, pt. 3
37. 37 – Ch. XIV: Caprile to Botzen, pt. 4

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Summary

Amelia B. Edwards wrote this historical travelogue in in 1873. The book describes her travels through a relatively un-visited area in the South Tyrol district of Italy. The Dolomites are a part of that most famous of mountain chains, the Alps.In this book, the Writer and her friend and companion, L., travel from Southern Italy, having over-wintered there, to visit the Dolomite district. Her chatty style, dry sense of humor, accuracy of facts, and sympathy for humanity set her works apart. The slice of Victorian British life presented is quite captivating. She would later travel throughout Europe and Egypt at a time when most women didn’t leave home. Later she was to become one of the pioneering Egyptologists of the age. This is her first travelogue.