An Italian In Britain

Autore: Beppe Severgnini
Editore: Bur
ISBN: 8858632214
Grandezza: 33,45 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 1877
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England and the English deserve to be examine in depth and Mr Servegnini goes on to explore this mysterious island with irony and verve. He describes how English dress, what they eat, how much they drink, and why they are so obsessed with a certain kind of wallpaper. It may not be a tourist guide but any tourist will find all kinds of suggestions, explanations and information about the country.

Italian Sonata

Autore: Emmanuelle de Maupassant
Editore: Pronoun
ISBN: 1537874241
Grandezza: 71,87 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 6814
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Towering above its island of wave-lashed rock is Castello di Scogliera. Look up at the narrow windows, and you might think yourself watched. Something, or someone, has been waiting for Lady McCaulay to arrive… What dark secrets lie within those walls? Madness, abduction, imprisonment... murder? The past does not lie quietly. A sumptuous Gothic Romance, filled with mystery, intrigue, and the lure of the sensuous, from the pen of Emmanuelle de Maupassant. Italian Sonata is the second volume in the Noire trilogy.

An Italian Holiday

Autore: Maeve Haran
Editore: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447291948
Grandezza: 64,23 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 4929
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Sunshine, warmth, lemon blossom . . . Springtime in glorious Southern Italy can go to your head. Especially if you are escaping an overbearing husband, the embarrassingly public loss of your company, an interfering mother who still tries to run your life or the pain of a husband's affair with a girl young enough to be his daughter. As the Italian sun ripens the lemons in the groves that tumble down the hillsides and the Mediterranean dazzles beneath them, assertive Angela, extrovert Sylvie, unconfident Claire and mousy Monica find burgeoning friendship and begin to blossom in quite unexpected ways. Packed with memorable characters - from the acid-tongued Grand Old Man of Modern Art who lives next door - to the aspiring gigolo who thinks nothing of a forty year age gap, Maeve Haran's new novel is a witty and entertaining reminder of why going a little mad in the sun can sometimes be exactly what you need.

The Photographic Paradigm

Autore: Annette W. Balkema
Editore: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042001879
Grandezza: 72,32 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 433
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Opstellen over de fotografie en fotografische zienswijzen als paradigma in de hedendaagse beeldende kunst.

Writing And Performing Female Identity In Italian Culture

Autore: Virginia Picchietti
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 3319408356
Grandezza: 13,52 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 6528
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This volume investigates the ways in which Italian women writers, filmmakers, and performers have represented female identity across genres from the immediate post-World War II period to the turn of the twenty-first century. Considering genres such as prose, poetry, drama, and film, these essays examine the vision of female agency and self-actualization arising from women artists’ critique of female identity. This dual approach reveals unique interpretations of womanhood in Italy spanning more than fifty years, while also providing a deep investigation of the manipulation of canvases historically centered on the male subject. With its unique coupling of generic and thematic concerns, the volume contributes to the ever expanding female artistic legacy, and to our understanding of postwar Italian women’s evolving relationship to the narration of history, gender roles, and these artists’ use and revision of generic convention to communicate their vision.

Blackmailed By The Italian Billionaire

Autore: Nina Croft
Editore: Entangled: Indulgence
ISBN: 1622669053
Grandezza: 44,26 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 8810
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Olivia Brent is happy with her quiet and orderly life in the country, until the imminent loss of her home forces her to try and track down her estranged father. She’s immediately out of her depth and in danger from criminals she believes her father might be among. Luckily, a stunningly gorgeous and enigmatic billionaire sweeps in to rescue her. Saving Olivia is not an altruistic act for Luc Severino. He’s been searching for her father for years and feels now he’s closer than ever to getting the revenge he desires. He’s willing to use any methods available to persuade Olivia to help him. If blackmail doesn’t gain her total cooperation, a little seduction might. But losing his own heart could change Luc’s greatest desire forever.

Lucifer Fulci S Guide To The Italian Cannibal Film

Autore: Lucifer Fulci
Editore: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1312218967
Grandezza: 57,27 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 7134
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This book, by horror legend Lucifer Fulci, is a quick reference guide to the Italian Cannibal Boom, the films that may have inspired it, and to the movies that are a continued exploration into the world of the violent, gory and often criticized gut munching cannibal film.

The Gentlemen S Club

Autore: H. Gordon Frost
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 55,71 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 3635
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Spanish Italian Relations And The Influence Of The Major Powers 1943 1957

Autore: Pablo Del Hierro Lecea
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 1137448687
Grandezza: 50,85 MB
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Vista: 6357
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Spanish-Italian Relations and the Influence of the Major Powers examines complex relations between Spain and Italy, beginning in 1943 and continuing until 1957, contending that the relationship cannot be examined in isolation and must be understood in its broader context.

Italian Carousel

Autore: Andrei Navrozov
Editore: Peter Owen Ltd
ISBN:
Grandezza: 66,87 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Vista: 9498
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Andrei Navrozov has described himself as a political refugee from Russia, a cultural refugee from America, and a gastronomic refugee from Britain. Yet the theme of his new book is altogether less flippant: where in the homogenizing and modernizing Europe would the hardened individualist find a last refuge? The answer to that question takes the reader on an uncompromising, occasionally eccentric but deeply personal and always entertaining travelogue with the author on his first day in Rome to his last night at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, and through a number of Italian cities, with sidelong glances at 70s Moscow, 80s New York, and 90s London. All of which leads him to "home" and the end of his flight from social progress: Palermo. Italy. Accompanying him to each of these destinations is the author's Phiz, the Russian photographer Gusov. His forty-eight arresting images serve to give another dimension to Navrozov's ideas, arguments, and impressions.