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Letteratura Italiana Del Novecento
Year: 2000
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Author: Franca Angelini
Pages: 591
Year: 2002
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Alle origini della drammaturgia moderna
Author: Roberto Alonge, Centro regionale universitario per il teatro del Piemonte
Pages: 251
Year: 1987
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Studi linguistici italiani
Year: 1993
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Il teatro in rivolta
Author: Gigi Livio
Pages: 221
Year: 1976
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Pirandellian Studies
Author: Luigi Pirandello
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Pirandellian Studies
Year: 1989
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Maestri drammaturghi nel teatro italiano del '900
Author: Giorgio Taffon
ISBN: 8842075302
Pages: 177
Year: 2005
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I libri in maschera
Author: Luigi Pirandello, Teatro dei Dioscuri (Rome, Italy), Italy. Ufficio centrale per i beni librari, le istituzioni culturali e l'editoria
Publisher: De Luca Editori d'Arte
Pages: 167
Year: 1996
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L'Italia che scrive
Year: 1945
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The Description of the World
Author: Marco Polo
Publisher: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1624664385
Pages: 296
Year: 2016-02-11
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Composed in a prison cell in 1298 by Venetian merchant Marco Polo and Arthurian romance writer Rustichello of Pisa, The Description of the World relates Polo's experiences in Asia and at the court of Qubilai, the Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. In addition to a new translation based on the Franco-Italian "F" manuscript of Polo's text, this edition includes genealogies of the Mongol rulers and nine maps of Polo's journey, as well as thorough annotation and an extensive bibliography.
Forbidden Prayer
Author: Giorgio Caravale
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317134192
Pages: 308
Year: 2016-04-22
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This book delineates the attempt, carried out by the Congregations of the Inquisition and the Index during the sixteenth and early seventeenth century, to purge various devotional texts in the Italian vernacular of heterodox beliefs and superstitious elements, while imposing a rigid uniformity in liturgical and devotional practices. The first part of the book is focused on Rome's anxious activity toward the infiltration of Protestant ideas in vernacular treatises on prayer meant for mass consumption. It next explores how, only in the second half of the sixteenth century, once Rome's main preoccupation toward Protestant expansion had subsided, the Church could begin thinking about a move from a rejection of any consideration of the merits of interior prayer to a recovery and acceptance of mental prayer. The final section is dedicated to the primary objective of the Church's actions in purging superstitious practices which was not simply the renewal of the spiritual life of the faithful, but also the control of the religious and social life of many faithful who were uneducated. Based on a careful examination of the archival records of the two Roman dicasteri in question, many of which have only been accessible to scholars since 1998, as well as a close reading of the many of suspect devotional texts themselves, this book offers a fascinating contribution towards a fuller appreciation of the complex landscape that characterized the spiritual realities of early modern Italy.
Six Characters in Search of an Author
Author: Luigi Pirandello
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486111989
Pages: 64
Year: 2012-05-23
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Six individuals, the incomplete creations of an author's imagination, demand dialogue for their story. This open-ended drama excited both controversy and acclaim at its 1921 premiere and remains a milestone in modern theater.
The Potting Shed
Author: Graham Greene
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504054296
Pages: 123
Year: 2018-08-07
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From the British novelist, this Tony Award–winning drama of family secrets delivers “brilliantly effective . . . enormously provocative . . . theatrical suspense” (New York Post). The Callifer family has assembled in the English country home of Wild Grove where its patriarch—a once-renowned rationalist and man of letters—nears death. Arriving unexpectedly to pay his respects is his son, James, a pariah among the Callifers, who finds a dark veil still drawn over his mysterious childhood. It was decades ago, when James was fourteen, that something happened to him in the garden shed, a black hole in his memories. For everyone else, it’s an unforgettable source of unease—and for some, unforgiveable. To discover the truth, James seeks out his ostracized uncle, an alcoholic priest with nothing left to lose. What unfolds makes for “some of the most moving, forceful and compelling theatre since Eugene O’Neill” (The Harvard Crimson). Graham Greene’s Tony Award–winning work for the stage made its Broadway debut in 1957 and was hailed by the New York Times as “an original drama that probes deep into the spirit and casts a spell.”
Crisis in Europe 1560 - 1660 (Routledge Revivals)
Author: Trevor Aston
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136505229
Pages: 368
Year: 2013-01-11
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Past and Present began publication in 1952. It has established itself as one of the leading historical journals, publishing in lively and readable form a wide variety of scholarly and original articles. Much important work by English and foreign scholars on the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries first appeared in the form of articles in the journal. Originally published in 1965, this collection brings together a broad selection of these articles which have much common ground in the questions they discuss. Together they cover many aspects of crisis and change in most European countries – in society, government, economics, religion and education. The book will be welcomed by all interested in this much debated period.