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Opere di Shakspeare: Sogno d'una notte d'estate. Troilo e Cressida. Timone d'Atene. Appendice
Author: William Shakespeare
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Year: 1876
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Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft
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Year: 1963
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Tutte le poesie
Author: Giovanni Pascoli
Publisher: Newton Compton
ISBN: 8882893367
Pages: 1257
Year: 2001
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La parola rassegna mensile di conferenze e prolusioni
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Year: 1924
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La Parola
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Year: 1924
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A Worlde of Wordes
Author: John Florio, Hermann W. Haller
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442645806
Pages: 792
Year: 2013
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A Worlde of Wordes, the first-ever comprehensive Italian-English dictionary, was published in 1598 by John Florio. One of the most prominent linguists and educators in Elizabethan England, Florio was greatly responsible for the spreading of Italian letters and culture throughout educated English society. Especially important was Florio's dictionary, which – thanks to its exuberant wealth of English definitions – made it initially possible for English readers to access Italy's rich Renaissance literary and scientific culture. Award-winning author Hermann W. Haller has prepared the first critical edition of A Worlde of Wordes, which features 46,000 Italian entries – among them dialect forms, erotic terminology, colloquial phrases, and proverbs of the Italian language. Haller reveals Florio as a brilliant English translator and creative writer, as well as a grammarian and language teacher. His helpful critical commentary highlights Florio's love of words and his life-long dedication to promoting Italian language and culture abroad.
Euphues
Author: John Lyly
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Pages: 479
Year: 1900
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Variable Star
Author: Vittorio Sereni, Luigi Bonaffini
Publisher: Guernica Editions
ISBN: 1550710877
Pages: 83
Year: 1999
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In the text, the poet's discourse centres on 'variations' of a few fundamental themes, among which predominates, from the very first poem, the theme of death. This poetry tends to resolve itself into an oscillatory movement of lights and shadows, a movement which on the one hand reflects the changeability of reality -- it is not by chance that Sereni inserts on the inside cover, in an almost programmatic way, this line from Montaigne: 'Fluctuating and changeable life' -- and on the other, the contrasts and changes in the poet's spirit.
The little comedy and other stories
Author: Arthur Schnitzler
Publisher: Frederick Ungar
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Pages: 234
Year: 1977
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Dr. Graesler
Author: Arthur Schnitzler
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ISBN: 1258212633
Pages: 186
Year: 2011-10-01
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Flight into darkness
Author: Arthur Schnitzler
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Pages: 150
Year: 1931
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The Tragical History of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Author: William Shakespeare
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Pages: 129
Year: 1911
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The Queens and the Hive
Author: Edith Sitwell
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1448201527
Pages: 528
Year: 2011-09-28
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No hive can tolerate two Queens. In the fatal clash between the Protestant Queen of England and the Catholic Queen of Scots, many were determined that 'The death of Mary is the life of Elizabeth'. In this moving chronicle a modern poet magnificently recaptures the splendid colour and sordid intrigue of the most spectacular period of history in Britain. "Dame Edith Sitwell is the catalyst of poetry and history. She is able in this tired, utility second Elizabethan age to bring freshness to the English language worth of the first." -The Times
Improbable Fiction
Author: Alan Ayckbourn
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Pages: 83
Year: 2007
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Six aspiring authors meet on a winter's evening to discuss their work. The chairman, Arnold, attempts to get the rest of the group out of a rut by suggesting that they collaborate on a piece of writing, an idea that is received without enthusiasm. However, as Arnold is clearing up after the meeting there is a clap of thunder, a black-out.