Guida Di Brescia

Autore: Federico Odorici
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Grandezza: 59,10 MB
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Vista: 9727
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Guida Di Brescia Rapporto Alle Arti Ed Ai Monumenti Antichi E Moderni Di Federico Odorici

Autore: Federico Odorici
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Grandezza: 36,31 MB
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Vista: 8791
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Guida Di Brescia La Storia L Arte Il Volto Della Citt

Autore: Francesco De Leonardis
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ISBN: 9788873857839
Grandezza: 26,48 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 9963
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Nuova Guida Per La Citt Di Brescia

Autore: Paolo Brognoli
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Grandezza: 12,14 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 3926
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Guida Pel Commercio Ed Arti Di Brescia

Autore: Giuseppe Saramella
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Grandezza: 76,73 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 6951
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Nuova Guida Di Brescia Rist Anast

Autore: Paolo Brognoli
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ISBN: 9788888507033
Grandezza: 43,53 MB
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Vista: 8181
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Antichit A Cristiane Di Brescia

Autore: Federico Odorici
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Grandezza: 14,10 MB
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Vista: 4739
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Antichit Cristiane Di Brescia Illustrate Da Federico Odorici In Appendice Al Museo Bresciano

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The Air Show At Brescia 1909

Autore: Peter Demetz
Editore: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1429998849
Grandezza: 14,65 MB
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Vista: 9732
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An entrancing avant-garde adventure at the dawn of the modern age In 1909, municipal authorities built an airfield in northern Italy and invited leading pilots to compete on it. The show attracted thousands of spectators--among them Giacomo Puccini and Gabriele d'Annunzio--and reporters, including, amazingly, Franz Kafka, Max Brod, and Luigi Barzini. Peter Demetz's sparkling new book tells the enchanting story of what happened in the air and on the ground before, during, and after this amazing moment. Kafka, it turns out, was a very precise observer of both the fragile new machines and the people who flocked to see them in action. Demetz shows us the spectacle as Kafka reported it, and also its unexpectedly melodramatic preparations, amazing dirigibles, and ace pilots--the American Glenn Curtiss, the Italian Mario Calderara, and the reigning king of the skies, Louis Blériot. But above all Demetz wants to know what flying really meant to these visionaries of the air: many political and imaginative issues were sent aloft at Brescia. With discerning affection, he elucidates Kafka's subtle ambiguities about the consequences of flight, d'Annunzio's lust for power in aviation, Puccini's enthusiasm for speedy escapes, and Curtiss's modest heroism. Illustrated with fascinating material from the show itself, this provocative work reveals a vital point where art and technology met in imagining the future.