Voyage d'Italie  

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Voyage d'Italie (1775-1776) is a travel book by Marquis de Sade. It has, along with Sade's earlier travel writings, never been translated into English. The full title reads Voyage d'Italie, ou, Dissertations critiques, historiques et philosophiques sur les villes de Florence, Rome, Naples, Lorette: et les routes adjacentes à ces quatres villes ....

"This was Sade's first book, written c.1773. He commissioned drawings for his book. It's a first hand account of what he saw while travelling. This book is really long (like his novels) although it has never been published in English. Adding it here would be nice because it shows that Sade was actually doing something during his self-exile in Italy. " --AxelBoldt [1]

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