Oriana Fallaci Diario Del Novecento

Autore: Luciano Simonelli
Editore: Simonelli Editore
ISBN: 8876477012
Grandezza: 35,19 MB
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Vista: 5382
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Napoli E La Campania Nel Novecento

Autore: Alda Croce
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Narratori Italiani Del Novecento Padova Liviana Ed 1959 179 S 8

Autore: Giorgio Pullini
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 21,21 MB
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Vista: 6201
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A Man

Autore: Oriana Fallaci
Editore: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480442011
Grandezza: 12,31 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 259
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Translated and sold in nineteen countries, the bestseller that brought Oriana Fallaci world success Published for the first time in 1979 by Rizzoli, A Man is the passionate story of Alekos Panagulis, hero of the Greek Resistance and Fallaci’s partner. On May 1, 1976, Alexandros Panagulis, known as Alekos, the lonely hero of the Greek riot against tyranny and power, died tragically in a suspicious car crash. During his funeral, millions of people crowded the streets of Athens screaming “Zi, zi, zi!”—“Live, live, live!” This is the opening scene of A Man—and the final scene in the life of Alekos and of his love story with the author. The narration goes back some years, and the reader relives the breakdown of Alekos’s relationship with Oriana Fallaci, starting with his attempt to kill the tyrant Papadopulos and his consequent arrest. Balancing romance and reportage, Fallaci describes Alekos’s personal fight against tyranny and his desperate attempt to escape his inevitable arrest. Alekos became a real hero for the Greek population; the political leadership could not kill him without stirring up the suspicion of the public. The government built him a prison called Boiati, where he survived tremendous torture, hunger strikes, and terribly unsanitary conditions. After his release, Fallaci met and interviewed him. They fell in love and shared years of romance, obsession, and madness, all recounted in this extraordinary book. The story centers on their strong and deep love, intertwined with the struggle of this Greek tragic hero, who desperately looked for freedom and who, in the end, was just a man.

Novecento Letterario Italiano

Autore: Antonio Iurilli
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 79,12 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 8770
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Nothing And Amen

Autore: Oriana Fallaci
Editore: Michael Joseph
ISBN: 9780718109509
Grandezza: 51,22 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 7865
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Il Novecento Delle Italiane

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16 leading Italian women journalists and writers illustrate chronologically by year and by day the feminist revolution of the 20th century from the battle for the right to vote, through Fascism and the explosion of feminism, to equal rights.

Invito Al Novecento

Autore: Luigi Reina
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 42,29 MB
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Vista: 2146
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