Haunted by History in Mussolini’s Italy

One of Hungary’s most beloved writers explored Italy on the eve of World War II—several years before his death in a concentration camp—and produced a rich travelogue full of both joy and foreboding.

Published on: December 14, 2014
Joshua Dill is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and writes from Washington, D.C.
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