Terra Matta

Author: Vincenzo Rabito
Editor: Giulio Einaudi Editore
ISBN: 885841487X
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«Cinquant'anni di storia italiana patiti e raccontati con straordinaria forza narrativa. Un manuale di sopravvivenza involontario e miracoloso». Andrea Camilleri

Antologia Del Terra Matta Poetry Slam 2015

Author: Autori Vari (a Cura Di Paolo Gulfi)
Editor: Autori Vari (a Cura Di Paolo Gulfi)
ISBN: 6050380546
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Quattordici presenze poetiche con le loro voci e le loro parole verranno presentati in questa prima edizione antologica del TERRA MATTA Poetry Slam. Per poter raccogliere le emozioni e i momenti di questa serata, abbiamo inserito le foto dell'evento scattate dalla fotografa Ariane Deschamps ed accompagnato le poesie con una breve nota biografica dell'autore.

Terra Matta

Author: Alberto Nessi
Editor:
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Schweizer Literaturgeschichte

Author: Peter Rusterholz
Editor: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3476052435
Size: 20,41 MB
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Fascist Voices

Author: Christopher Duggan
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199730784
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While Duggan looks at some famous diaries-by such figures as the anti-fascist constitutional lawyer Piero Calamandrei; the philosopher Benedetto Croce; and the fascist minister Giuseppe Bottai-the majority of the voices here come from unpublished journals, diaries, and transcripts. Utilizing a rich collection of untapped archival material, Duggan explores "the cult of Il Duce," the religious dimensions of totalitarianism, and the extraordinarily intimate character of the relationship between Mussolini and millions of Italians. Duggan shows that the figure of Mussolini was crucial to emotional and political engagement with the regime; although there was widespread discontent throughout Italy, little of the criticism was directed at Il Duce himself.

Italy In The Era Of The Great War

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Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9004363726
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Vanda Wilcox’s edited volume Italy in the Era of the Great War analyses the political, military, social, economic and cultural history of war in Italy between 1911 and 1922.

From Multiculturalism To Hybridity

Author: Karin Baumgartner
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443825190
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From Multiculturalism to Hybridity: New Approaches to Teaching Switzerland places Switzerland within the context of transnational labor migration and examines how this German-, French-, Italian-, and Romansh-speaking nation is being transformed by the influx of migrants from all over the world who now constitute a fifth of the population. This dynamic mixture of cultures and races is embodied by a new generation of citizens who call themselves “Secondas and Secondos,” the second generation. Today, Switzerland is leading all industrial nations in growth potential and economic benefits from migration (OECD). The articles in this volume analyze the challenges, successes, and ongoing struggles Switzerland experiences with migration, focusing specifically on what it means to shape a nation-state by political will rather than linguistic and cultural unity. From Multiculturalism to Hybridity also offers teaching suggestions for the French, German, and Italian language and literature classroom as well as for courses in Social, Cultural, and Political Studies. Articles address the hybrid literatures and cultures of Switzerland including films, pageants, smellscapes, and women’s issues and place Switzerland in the context of a unifying European continent. Readers will find ideas and resources for critically investigating and teaching the concepts of cultural hybridity and transculturalism in the high school and college classroom.

Die Wohnwagenfrau

Author: Alberto Nessi
Editor:
ISBN: 9783038550501
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Tosca, ein armes Tessiner Mädchen, träumt schon im Kinderheim von der Liebe und von der Musik. In Zürich, wo sie als Magd zu arbeiten beginnt, nimmt sie abends Gesangsstunden am Konservatorium. Aber die Oper ist sehr weit weg für eine junge Frau mit der falschen Herkunft, die Liebe ist schwierig für eine, die unkonventionell liebt. Tosca versucht es trotzdem. Ihr Schicksal zeigt die Geschichte einer Frau, die sich in der Schweiz der zweiten Hälfte dieses Jahrhunderts ihren eigenen Weg freizukämpfen versucht. Alberto Nessi, geboren 1940 in Mendrisio, studierte an der Universität Freiburg Literaturwissenschaft und Philosophie. Er ist verheiratet und hat zwei Töchter. Er unterrichtete italienische Literatur in Mendrisio, schrieb für Zeitungen und verfasste Hörspiele. Sein Werk wurde vielfach ausgezeichnet, zuletzt mit dem Schweizer Grand Prix Literatur für sein Lebenswerk. Alberto Nessi lebt in Bruzella. Im Limmat Verlag sind von ihm lieferbar: "Nächste Woche, vielleicht", "Terra matta", "Schattenblüten", "Die Wohnwagenfrau", "Mit zärtlichem Wahnsinn / Con tenera follia" und "Abendzug". Maja Pflug, geboren in Bad Kissingen, Übersetzerausbildung in München, Florenz und London, übersetzt seit über dreissig Jahren italienische Literatur ins Deutsche, u. a. P.P. Pasolini, Cesare Pavese, Natalia Ginzburg. Sie lebt in München und Rom und wurde mehrfach ausgezeichnet, zuletzt mit dem Deutsch-Italienischen Übersetzerpreis für ihr Lebenswerk. Im Limmat Verlag sind von ihr Übersetzungen von Anna Felder, Alberto Nessi, Giovanni Orelli und Anna Ruchat lieferbar.