Spazi Riflessivi In Passeggeri Notturni

Author: Daniela Bisello Antonucci
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 042979309X
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Spazi Riflessivi in Passeggeri Notturni è un testo innovativo e versatile per l’insegnamento dell’italiano tramite riflessioni ed elaborazioni su questioni sociali emerse dalla lettura di Passeggeri notturni, racconti brevi di Gianrico Carofiglio. Il testo, indicato per un livello intermedio-avanzato, propone una vasta gamma di esercizi grammaticali contestualizzati e attività interdisciplinari che confrontano letterature e arti diverse e affrontano discussioni socio-culturali.

Paragons And Paragone

Author: Rudolf Preimesberger
Editor: Getty Publications
ISBN: 0892369647
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"Preimesberger's incisive and erudite analysis of social history, biography, rhetoric, art theory, wordplay, and history illuminates these works anew, thus affording a modern audience a better understanding of the subtleties of their composition and meaning."--Jacket.

A Life Of Resistance

Author: Jomarie Alano
Editor: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1580465722
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This biography of writer, translator, teacher, and feminist Ada Gobetti, the first in English or Italian, frames her activism in the Resistenza as a chapter in a lifetime of resistance.

National Library Of Medicine Current Catalog

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.

Scientia Rivista Di Scienza

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Lotus International

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L Europa E L Arte Italiana

Author: Max Seidel
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A Small Greek World

Author: Irad Malkin
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199875979
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Greek civilization and identity crystallized not when Greeks were close together but when they came to be far apart. It emerged during the Archaic period when Greeks founded coastal city states and trading stations in ever-widening horizons from the Ukraine to Spain. No center directed their diffusion: mother cities were numerous and the new settlements ("colonies") would often engender more settlements. The "Greek center" was at sea; it was formed through back-ripple effects of cultural convergence, following the physical divergence of independent settlements. "The shores of Greece are like hems stitched onto the lands of Barbarian peoples" (Cicero). Overall, and regardless of distance, settlement practices became Greek in the making and Greek communities far more resembled each other than any of their particular neighbors like the Etruscans, Iberians, Scythians, or Libyans. The contrast between "center and periphery" hardly mattered (all was peri-, "around"), nor was a bi-polar contrast with Barbarians of much significance. Should we admire the Greeks for having created their civilization in spite of the enormous distances and discontinuous territories separating their independent communities? Or did the salient aspects of their civilization form and crystallize because of its architecture as a de-centralized network? This book claims that the answer lies in network attributes shaping a "Small Greek World," where separation is measured by degrees of contact rather than by physical dimensions.

La Cura Dei Monumenti Alle Origini

Author: Charlotte Wikander
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Forum Italicum

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Forum Italicum is a journal of Italian Studies, founded by M. Ricciardelli in 1967. The journal is intended as a meeting-place where scholars, critics, and teachers can present their views on the literature, language, and culture of Italy and other countries in relation to Italy. Young and hitherto unpublished scholars are encouraged to contribute their critical works.