S4 E3: The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim

Italian landscape and the warmth of friendship.

“The Enchanted April”, a novel written by Elizabeth von Arnim, tells the story of four women from different walks of life who rent a villa in Italy for a month in an attempt to escape their mundane lives. The novel follows the women as they explore the beauty of their surroundings, learn to appreciate the simple things in life, and find joy in the company of each other.

Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim The Book Dialogue

The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim

Through their journey, the women gain a newfound appreciation for life and friendship, and ultimately find a sense of peace and contentment. The Enchanted April is a story of self-discovery and the power of friendship. It is a timeless classic that has been enjoyed by readers for generations.

Rebecca shares her thoughts The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Armin

Published by Rebecca Budd

Blogger, Visual Storyteller, Podcaster, Traveler and Life-long Learner

5 thoughts on “S4 E3: The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim

    1. You will enjoy reading The Enchanted April. Did you know (I just found out myself when I was doing my research on Elizabeth von Arnim’s bio) that the writer/poet Katherine Mansfield was her niece? I love finding those golden nuggets of trivia.

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  1. This was super enjoyable, loved every word and all the characters recorded comments. This is a book that must go on my reading list. In fact, I am going to read this again before I close this today. And, I will try to find a way to see the movie(maybe in my own living room) It if interesting that the women were able to bond and find ways to enjoy the place and time together-and I believe all of the characters lived in places other than the place where the story takes place! !

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