Dizionario Della Lingua Italiana Nuovamente Compilato Dai Signori Nicol Tommaseo E Cav Professore Bernardo Bellini Con Oltre 100000 Giunte Ai Precedenti Dizionarii Raccolte Da Nicol Tommaseo Gius Campi Gius Meini Pietro Fanfani E Da Molti Altri Distinti Filologi E Scienziati Corredato Di Un Discorso Preliminare Dello Stesso Nicol Tommaseo

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Dizionario Della Lingua Italiana Nuovamente Compilato Dai Signori Nicol Tommaseo E Cav Professore Bernardo Bellini Con Oltre 100000 Giunte Ai Precedenti Dizionarii Raccolte Da Nicol Tommaseo Gius Campi Gius Meini Pietro Fanfani E Da Molti Altri Distinti Filologi E Scienziati Corredato Di Un Discorso Preliminare Dello Stesso Nicol Tommaseo

Autore: Niccolò Tommaseo
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Dizionario Della Lingua Italiana Nuovamente Compilato Dai Signori Nicol Tommaseo E Cav Professore Bernardo Bellini Con Oltre 100000 Giunte Ai Precedenti Dizionarii Raccolte Da Nicol Tommaseo Gius Campi Gius Meini Pietro Fanfani E Da Molti Altri Distinti Filologi E Scienziati Corredato Di Un Discorso Preliminare Dello Stesso Nicol Tommaseo

Autore: Niccolò Tommaseo
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Colour And Colour Naming Crosslinguistic Approaches

Autore: João Paulo Silvestre
Editore: Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa / Universidade de Aveiro
ISBN: 9899866628
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The Colour and Colour Naming conference, held in 2015 at the University of Lisbon, offered a chance to explore colour naming processes from a cross-linguistic approach. The conference was an initiative of the working group Lexicography And Lexicology from a Pan-European Perspective, itself part of the COST action European Network of Lexicography. The working group investigates the various ways by which vocabularies of European languages can be represented in dictionaries and how existing information from single language dictionaries can be displayed and interlinked to better communicate their common European heritage. The proceedings gather together a selection of studies originally presented at the conference. The first section of the volume outlines a Pan-European perspective of colour names; the second section is devoted to the categorisation and lexicographic description of colour terms.

Letters And Letter Collections

Autore: Giles Constable
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The Seamy Side Of History

Autore: Honoré de Balzac
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Cultural Aspects Of The Italian Renaissance

Autore: Cecil H. Clough
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The Crime Of Sylvestre Bonnard

Autore: Anatole France
Editore: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465542078
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I had put on my slippers and my dressing-gown. I wiped away a tear with which the north wind blowing over the quay had obscured my vision. A bright fire was leaping in the chimney of my study. Ice-crystals, shaped like fern-leaves, were sprouting over the windowpanes and concealed from me the Seine with its bridges and the Louvre of the Valois. I drew up my easy-chair to the hearth, and my table-volante, and took up so much of my place by the fire as Hamilcar deigned to allow me. Hamilcar was lying in front of the andirons, curled up on a cushion, with his nose between his paws. His think find fur rose and fell with his regular breathing. At my coming, he slowly slipped a glance of his agate eyes at me from between his half-opened lids, which he closed again almost at once, thinking to himself, "It is nothing; it is only my friend." "Hamilcar," I said to him, as I stretched my legsÑ"Hamilcar, somnolent Prince of the City of BooksÑthou guardian nocturnal! Like that Divine Cat who combated the impious in HeliopolisÑin the night of the great combatÑthou dost defend from vile nibblers those books which the old savant acquired at the cost of his slender savings and indefatigable zeal. Sleep, Hamilcar, softly as a sultana, in this library, that shelters thy military virtues; for verily in thy person are united the formidable aspect of a Tatar warrior and the slumbrous grace of a woman of the Orient. Sleep, thou heroic and voluptuous Hamilcar, while awaiting the moonlight hour in which the mice will come forth to dance before the Acta Sanctorum of the learned Bolandists!" The beginning of this discourse pleased Hamilcar, who accompanied it with a throat-sound like the song of a kettle on the fire. But as my voice waxed louder, Hamilcar notified me by lowering his ears and by wrinkling the striped skin of his brow that it was bad taste on my part so to declaim. "This old-book man," evidently thought Hamilcar, "talks to no purpose at all while our housekeeper never utters a word which is not full of good sense, full of significanceÑcontaining either the announcement of a meal or the promise of a whipping. One knows what she says. But this old man puts together a lot of sounds signifying nothing." So thought Hamilcar to himself. Leaving him to his reflections, I opened a book, which I began to read with interest; for it was a catalogue of manuscripts. I do not know any reading more easy, more fascinating, more delightful than that of a catalogue. The one which I was readingÑedited in 1824 by Mr. Thompson, librarian to Sir Thomas RaleighÑsins, it is true, by excess of brevity, and does not offer that character of exactitude which the archivists of my own generation were the first to introduce into works upon diplomatics and paleography. It leaves a good deal to be desired and to be divined. This is perhaps why I find myself aware, while reading it, of a state of mind which in nature more imaginative than mine might be called reverie. I had allowed myself to drift away this gently upon the current of my thoughts, when my housekeeper announced, in a tone of ill-humor, that Monsieur Coccoz desired to speak with me.