Maria Zef

Author: Paola Drigo
Editor: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803265776
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Orphaned Maria, fourteen, and her younger sister go to live in their uncle's primitive mountain cabin

Maria Zef

Author: Paola Drigo
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ISBN: 8828100001
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Il nome della Drigo resta legato soprattutto al romanzo "Maria Zef" nel quale l'impostazione naturalistica temperata da un sentimento di pietà triste e amara, conduce con grande efficacia l'ineluttabile svolgersi di una vicenda cupa che si conclude in tragedia. Maria infatti, orfana fin da bambina, viene sedotta dallo zio e finisce per ucciderlo quando si rende conto che anche la sorella minore Rosa sta per subire la sua stessa sorte. Il tutto vede sullo sfondo un paesaggio carnico di grande desolazione e particolarmente aspro. Maria Zef resta uno dei romanzi più sobri e potenti della narrativa femminile italiana del novecento e al suo apparire il tema svolto (l'incesto) in ambiente di grave disagio sociale non mancò di destare un certo scalpore. Nota: gli e-book editi da E-text in collaborazione con Liber Liber sono tutti privi di DRM; si possono quindi leggere su qualsiasi lettore di e-book, si possono copiare su più dispositivi e, volendo, si possono anche modificare. Questo e-book aiuta il sito di Liber Liber, una mediateca che rende disponibili gratuitamente migliaia di capolavori della letteratura e della musica.

Maria Zef

Author: Paola Drigo
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ISBN: 9788416291366
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Maria Zef no llega a los 15 años, pero ya está acostumbrada a la dureza de la vida en el campo, un mundo de hombres frente al que chocará su espíritu soñador y libre. Tres mujeres en un camino de la Italia rural: una madre exhausta y enferma y sus dos hijas, niñas todavía. Maria Zef, la hija mayor, tira, como si fuera una bestia, de un carromato cargado de cacharros en venta al tiempo que vigila constantemente para que su madre siga en pie. Como cada año, han bajado de las montañas en las que viven antes de que la nieve las inmovilice allí durante meses de frío y pobreza. El viaje con el que empieza esta estremecedora y bellísima novela cambiará las vidas de las tres para siempre

Maria Zef

Author: Siro Angeli
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An Encyclopedia Of Continental Women Writers

Author: Katharina M. Wilson
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780824085476
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First Published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Politics Of The Visible

Author: Robin Pickering-Iazzi
Editor: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816629237
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Challenges assumptions about Italian women writers under fascism. In fascist Italy between the wars, a woman was generally an exemplary wife and mother or else. The "or else", mostly forgotten or overlooked in accounts of femininity under fascism, is what concerns Robin Pickering-Iazzi. Reading works by women of the period, Pickering-Iazzi shows how they refuted stereotypes that were imposed on them by the fascist regime and continue to be accepted and perpetuated into our day. The writers Pickering-Iazzi considers comprise both the popular and the critically acclaimed, including the illustrious Grazia Deledda (winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1926), Ada Negri, Sibilla Aleramo, Alba De Cespedes, Paola Drigo, Maria Goretti, and Antonia Pozzi. She situates their work -- short stories, romance novels, autobiographies, neorealist novels, poetry, and avant-garde writings -- not only within the context of fascist discourse but also within that of intellectuals and artists who did not keep to the fascist line. In each case, Pickering-Iazzi examines specific issues of gender and genre -- notions of women and the nation, rural life, the metropolis, technology, consumer culture, and modern forms of femininity and masculinity.

Italian Post Neorealist Cinema

Author: Luca Barattoni
Editor: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748650938
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This book brings to the surface the lines of experimentation and artistic renewal appearing after the exhaustion of Neorealism, mapping complex areas of interest such as the emergence of ethical concerns, the relationship between ideology and representati

The Cambridge Companion To The Italian Novel

Author: Peter Bondanella
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521669627
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This volume provides a broad ranging introduction to the development of the Italian novel, novelists examined include Eco and Calvino.

The New York Times Book Review

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Broadband Networks Smart Grids And Climate Change

Author: Eli M. Noam
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 146145266X
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In smart grids the formerly separated worlds of energy and telecommunication converge to an interactive and automated energy supply system. Driven by social, legal, and economic pressures, energy systems around the globe are updated with information and communication technology. These investments aim at enhancing energy efficiency, securing affordable energy supply, and mitigate climate change. In Broadband Networks, Smart Grids and Climate Change, renowned scholars and managers from the fields of energy and telecommunication address key questions related to technological, strategic, and regulatory issues revealing consequences and opportunities for businesses evolving with smart grids. In particular, this book analyzes: (1) the effects on climate change protection (2) national energy and broadband politics (3) regulatory approaches and requirements (4) emerging business models