Rita Atria La Picciridda Dell Antimafia

Autore: Petra Reski
Editore: Edizioni Logos Nuovi Mondi
ISBN: 8889091819
Grandezza: 71,68 MB
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Rita Atria Een Siciliaanse Rebel

Autore: P. Reski
Editore: Overamstel Uitgevers
ISBN: 9048803861
Grandezza: 36,52 MB
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Het tragische gevecht van een zeventienjarig meisje tegen de maffia. Rome 1992. Wat ik wil na mijn dood is een begrafenis in besloten kring, met enkel diegenen die me geholpen hebben met mijn strijd voor gerechtigheid. Mijn moeder mag zeker niet aanwezig zijn en mag me niet meer zien na mijn dood. Die hartverscheurende woorden schreef Rita Atria in haar dagboek. Op 5 november 1991 verscheen een jonge Siciliaanse voor de antimaffiamagistraat Paolo Borsellino, bezig met onderzoek naar de maffia, om de moord op haar vader en broer te wreken, beide leden van de cosa nostra. Zij overlegt haar dagboeken, die van onschatbare waarde zijn. Deze moedige stap is uniek: een zeventienjarig meisje levert de gegevens die justitie zoekt. Haar leven staat vanaf dat moment echter onder constante bedreiging, de maffia wil haar vermoorden. Ook haar moeder steunt haar niet in deze stap: verstoten door haar moeder, haar vriend en het hele dorp waarin ze is opgegroeid, is Rita gedwongen Sicilië te verlaten. Een groot probleem is echter haar geloofwaardigheid: zij zal moeten toegeven dat haar vader ook een maffiabaas was, die mensen liet vermoorden. Daarmee schendt zij de eer van de familie en verbreekt in feite alle banden.Ze duikt onder in Rome, waar Paolo Borsellino haar onder zijn vleugels neemt en haar steunt in haar strijd om gerechtigheid. Vanaf die dag zijn haar dagen geteld. Ze heeft niet langer dan negen maanden nog te leven. Vlak voor haar achttiende verjaardag pleegt Rita Atria zelfmoord

Rita Atria L Eroe Verso L Individuazione

Autore: Elsa Falciani
Editore: Elsa Falciani
ISBN: 8826492891
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Questo libro nasce da due interrogativi: - dall'intuizione della presenza di una qualità del nostro inconscio, che può essere chiamato mafiosità, con ciò portare al livello di un discorso sulla psiche collettiva questo concetto. - Il secondo è: se questa 'mafiosità' ci confina in una qualche prigione collettiva, che ci riguarda anche personalmente, e quindi se è un nodo individuale e sociale, quale è la strada per fare incontrare da un punto di vista trasformativo le due dimensioni? Cercando di mettere a punto una risposta agli interrogativi sopra esposti l'Autrice, indagando su documenti e storie di mafia, si imbatte nella storia di Rita Atria, e la legge come metafora del percorso psicoanalitico; toccando i temi che caratterizzano il mondo simbolico, il concetto di complesso edipico, la grande madre archetipica.

Mafia And Outlaw Stories From Italian Life And Literature

Autore: Robin Pickering-Iazzi
Editore: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 0802095615
Grandezza: 76,66 MB
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The first of its kind in English, Mafia and Outlaw Stories from Italian Life and Literature is a selection of readings from Italian fiction and non-fiction writers on the subject of the Mafia. Among the renowned writers featured are Giovanni Verga, Grazia Deledda, Anna Maria Ortese, Livia De Stefani, and Silvana La Spina, as well as famous witnesses such as Felicia Impastato, Letizia Battaglia, and Rita Atria who provide personal, often terrifying testimonies about their experiences with the Mafia. It is a historically diverse examination of criminal and outlaw institutions by some of the most significant figures in Italian literature. These newly translated writings show the ways in which Italians perceived and wrote about the Mafia and crime from the 1880s to the 1990s. Among them are stories dealing with the important legends used by the Mafia as sources for their image and ideology, legends such as the brigand and the Blessed Paulists. Some of the fascinating themes discussed are connections between the Mafia, the State, and the Catholic Church; the Mafia and children; women and the Mafia; the Black Hand; and relations between the Mafia and the Allied Forces during the Second World War. Robin Pickering-Iazzi incorporates an invaluable introduction that charts key periods in the history of Italy and the Mafia, and profiles each of the authors in the collection, noting their major works in Italian as well as those available in English. These and other features make this text especially appropriate for courses in Italian studies. Mafia and Outlaw Stories from Italian Life and Literature takes a unique and intriguing approach to the subject of the Mafia, and offers informed judgements about its historical impact on Italian society and culture.

Secrets Of Life And Death

Autore: Renate Siebert
Editore: Verso
ISBN: 9781859840238
Grandezza: 29,25 MB
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Secrets of Life and Death is the first book to focus on women whose lives are entangled in the workings of the mafia. Drawing on courtroom testimonies, interviews, contemporary journalism and recent research, Siebert cuts through the mafia's myth of honouring women to expose the harsh realities for women living with, and fighting against, the mafia. With careful attention to the socio-economic realities of southern Italy, she looks at what it actually means to live in the mafia's shadow. She explores the gains and costs of being a mafia wife in New York or Palermo, probing the emotions underlying women's mafia loyalties and the sexual lure of the mafioso. In vivid and often harrowing detail, Siebert examines women's growing resistance to a culture of death and dangerously intensified masculinity. Alongside the public stories of the wives of murdered judges, policemen and politicians, she places the extraordinary accounts of women who have taken a stand against their own mafia upbringing or have spoken out as witnesses, at enormous personal cost. It is women's courageous initiatives, Siebert shows, which have led to the development of local anti-mafia organizations and recent mass protests in the face of violent intimidation. Poignant and incisive, Secrets of Life and Death breaks the code of silence to tell a story that is both haunting and inspiring.

The Mafia In Italian Lives And Literature

Autore: Robin Pickering-Iazzi
Editore: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442629088
Grandezza: 47,27 MB
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Pickering-Iazzi uses an array of cultural documents from 1990 to the present to examine the myths, values, codes of behaviour, and relationships produced by the Italian mafia through a wide cross-disciplinary lens.

Una Ragazza Contro La Mafia

Autore: Sandra Rizza
Grandezza: 28,38 MB
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Women Of Honor

Autore: Milka Kahn
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1849049270
Grandezza: 39,70 MB
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The role of women in the Italian mafias has long been overlooked. Reduced to victim status and relegated to domestic life in a male-dominated society, women serve as the mafia's respectable facade: virtuous and docile. It is hard to picture these immaculate figures married to and raising brutal killers. But, as Milka Kahn and Anne Véron reveal in this absorbing book, women have always been at the heart of Italy's criminal organizations, as the guarantors of mafia culture. While the men are behind bars or on the run, it is left to their wives and mothers to uphold and pass on the 'family values'. Once widowed, they push their sons to vendetta; they are increasingly becoming others become mafia chiefs in their own right. Yet many also decide to risk their lives and break with 'the Family', collaborating with the authorities and renouncing mafia society in search of a normal life. So who are these women? Are they pure Madonnas, or dangerous Godmothers? Women of Honor paints a complex and fascinating portrait through extremely rare interviews with the women themselves, who have overcome a culture of silence to share their extraordinary lives.

Unfinished Business

Autore: Dana Renga
Editore: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442615583
Grandezza: 77,29 MB
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Unfinished Business is the first book to examine Italian mafia cinema of the past decade. It provides insightful analyses of popular films that sensationalize violence, scapegoat women, or repress the homosexuality of male protagonists. Dana Renga examines these works through the lens of gender and trauma theory to show how the films engage with the process of mourning and healing mafia-related trauma in Italy. Unfinished Business argues that trauma that has yet to be worked through on the national level is displaced onto the characters in the films under consideration. In a mafia context, female characters are sacrificed and non-normative sexual identities are suppressed in order to solidify traditional modes of viewer identification and to assure narrative closure, all so that the image of the nation is left unblemished.