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This series of addresses constitute a unique travelogue from a renowned author and traveler Caroline Hazard. In addition to her ability as a travel writer, Hazard was also an artist and poet. Her talents in this regard are clear to readers of this little book. Paintings and photographs from her journey to the Holy Land are interspersed with her account of her travels and sonnets that provide the ambiance of the experience for her readers. Unconventional as a travel journal in its anecdotal narration of her impressions, the overall feel of the book is an experience for any armchair adventurer.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-270-3
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: May 20,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 176
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-270-3
$127.00
$76.20

This series of addresses constitute a unique travelogue from a renowned author and traveler Caroline Hazard. In addition to her ability as a travel writer, Hazard was also an artist and poet. Her talents in this regard are clear to readers of this little book. Paintings and photographs from her journey to the Holy Land are interspersed with her account of her travels and sonnets that provide the ambiance of the experience for her readers. The regions covered in her account are the region of Mount Carmel, the Mount of the Beatitudes, the Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, the Plain of Sharon, Joppa, Bethlehem, Jericho, the Jordan River and Dead Sea, the wilderness, and Jerusalem. Unconventional as a travel journal in its anecdotal narration of her impressions, the overall feel of the book is an experience for any armchair adventurer.

Caroline Hazard (1856-1945) was a philanthropist born into a socially prominent Rhode Island family. She was privately tutored by faculty at Brown University and became well know for her travels and her writing. She was the fifth president of Wellesley College and continued her writing well beyond her retirement from that post.

This series of addresses constitute a unique travelogue from a renowned author and traveler Caroline Hazard. In addition to her ability as a travel writer, Hazard was also an artist and poet. Her talents in this regard are clear to readers of this little book. Paintings and photographs from her journey to the Holy Land are interspersed with her account of her travels and sonnets that provide the ambiance of the experience for her readers. The regions covered in her account are the region of Mount Carmel, the Mount of the Beatitudes, the Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, the Plain of Sharon, Joppa, Bethlehem, Jericho, the Jordan River and Dead Sea, the wilderness, and Jerusalem. Unconventional as a travel journal in its anecdotal narration of her impressions, the overall feel of the book is an experience for any armchair adventurer.

Caroline Hazard (1856-1945) was a philanthropist born into a socially prominent Rhode Island family. She was privately tutored by faculty at Brown University and became well know for her travels and her writing. She was the fifth president of Wellesley College and continued her writing well beyond her retirement from that post.

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Caroline Hazard

  • FOREWORD (page 7)
  • CONTENTS (page 9)
  • ILLUSTRATIONS (page 11)
  • MOUNT CARMEL (page 14)
  • A BRIEF PILGRIMAGE IN THE HOLY LAND: I CARMEL BY THE SEA (page 15)
  • II THE MOUNT OF BEATITUDES (page 33)
  • III THE SEA OF GALILEE (page 47)
  • IV CAPERNAUM (page 59)
  • V THE PLAIN OF SHARON (page 75)
  • VI JOPPA (page 87)
  • VII BETHLEHEM (page 97)
  • VIII JERICHO (page 113)
  • THE JORDAN AND THE DEAD SEA (page 125)
  • X THE WILDERNESS (page 137)
  • XI JERUSALEM - THE LAMENT (page 149)
  • EASTER (page 164)
  • XII JERUSALEM - THE TRIUMPH (page 165)