Born in London and raised in Guildford, Charlotte Hughes-Morgan studies Italian, French and English Literature at Durham University. She has spent this year working in Paris and Italy, improving her language skills and pursuing her interests in European art and culture.
In both language and literature, cities are typically seen as female entities, and Florence is no exception to this rule. Henry James provides ample examples of this in his literary love letters to the city. In his Italian Hours, he memorably immortalised Florence thus: “It is the most feminine of cities. It speaks to you […]
The organic revolution has spread its roots in Florence. Here are the home-grown delivery services bringing “bio” to your house. LOCAL Embrace sustainable living and support local farmers at the same time. Il Ceppo is a Tuscan enterprise started by two former lab technicians who bring the best seasonal produce from […]