In the last decade of the fifteenth century, Venice was the queen city of Europe. For two hundred years her nobles controlled the trade of the East and the galleys brought the wealth up the Grand Canal and transshipped it along the trade routes of Europe.
About the author
Lillian Bouzane is an award-winning poet who won the Gabriel (International) Award for a suite of ten poems titled In the Time of Wolves. She is active in the Newfoundland writing community and lives in St. John`s, Newfoundland.