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La lettera sovversiva
Author: Vanessa Roghi
Publisher: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 8858130901
Pages: 256
Year: 2017-10-19T00:00:00+02:00
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Cinquant'anni fa la pubblicazione di un piccolo libro fu la scintilla di una rivoluzione. Questa è la storia di Lettera a una professoressa e della battaglia per la trasformazione della cultura da strumento di oppressione a elemento indispensabile per l'evoluzione democratica e civile del nostro Paese. Una battaglia portata avanti con tenacia e caparbietà da don Lorenzo Milani e dai tanti che incontrò sulla sua strada, primi fra tutti Tullio De Mauro, Mario Lodi e Alex Langer. È il maggio 1967 quando esce, per una piccola casa editrice fiorentina, un libro dal titolo Lettera a una professoressa. L'hanno scritto don Lorenzo Milani e gli alunni della scuola di Barbiana, una canonica del Mugello a pochi chilometri da Firenze. Il libro viene subito accolto dai linguisti come un manuale di pedagogia democratica, dai professori come un prontuario per una scuola alternativa, dagli studenti come il libretto rosso per la rivoluzione. Lettera a una professoressa è stato un autentico livre de chevet di una generazione, vademecum di ogni insegnante democratico per lunghi, lunghissimi anni. Visto, ancora oggi, come anello centrale se non vero e proprio punto di partenza di ogni riflessione sulla necessità di riformare la scuola. Ma anche come inizio della crisi della scuola. Un libro-manifesto, suo malgrado. Ma com'è stato possibile che l'esperimento pedagogico di una scuoletta di montagna e la pubblicazione di poche pagine siano diventati la scintilla di una rivoluzione? Perché ancora oggi questa Lettera mobilita il ricordo, innesca passioni, divide e fa litigare? Perché si è fissato nella memoria collettiva come un punto di passaggio epocale non solo quando si parla di scuola ma anche di giovani, generazioni, movimenti?
Letter to a Teacher
Author: Schoolboys Of Barbiana
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ISBN: 0394432940
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Year: 1971-03-01
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The Old and the Young
Author: Luigi Pirandello
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ISBN: 1781390223
Pages: 504
Year: 2011-11-01
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A historical novel reflecting the Sicily of the end of the 19th century.
Lord of the World
Author: Robert Hugh Benson
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Pages: 352
Year: 1908
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The Betrothed
Author: Alessandro Manzoni
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Pages: 403
Year: 1907
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The Garden Of The Finzi-continis
Author: Giorgio Bassani
Publisher: Everymans Library
ISBN: 1400044227
Pages: 246
Year: 2005
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The young, middle-class Jewish narrator recounts his relationship with the Finzi-Continis, an insular, upper-class Jewish family, in Ferrara on the eve of World War II and the family's blindness to impending destruction. 10,000 first printing.
Gli Asolani
Author: Pietro Bembo
Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press
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Pages: 200
Year: 1954
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The Decameron
Author: Giovanni Boccaccio
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Year: 1898
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The Letters of Emily Dickinson 1845-1886
Author: Emily Dickinson
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Pages: 454
Year: 1906
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Manalive
Author: Gilbert Keith Chesterton
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Pages: 383
Year: 1912
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Chiara Corbella Petrillo
Author: Simone Troisi, Christian Paccini
Publisher: Sophia Institute Press
ISBN: 1622823052
Pages: 161
Year: 2015-09
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Chiara Petrillo was seated in a wheel chair looking lovingly toward Jesus in the tabernacle. Her husband, Enrico, found the courage to ask her a question that he had been holding back. Thinking of Jesus’s phrase, “my yoke is sweet and my burden is light,” he asked: “Is this yoke, this cross, really sweet, as Jesus said?” A smile came across Chiara’s face. She turned to her husband and said in a weak voice: “Yes, Enrico, it is very sweet.” At 28 years old, Chiara passed away, her body ravaged by cancer. The emotional, physical, and spiritual trials of this young Italian mother are not uncommon. It was her joyful and loving response to each that led one cardinal to call her “a saint for our times.” Chiara entrusted her first baby to the blessed Virgin, but felt as though this child was not hers to keep. Soon, it was revealed her daughter had life-threatening abnormalities. Despite universal pressure to abort, Chiara gave birth to a beautiful girl who died within the hour. A year later, the death of her second child came even more quickly. Yet God was preparing their hearts for more—more sorrow and more grace. While pregnant a third time, Chiara developed a malignant tumor. She refused to jeopardize the life of her unborn son by undergoing treatments during the pregnancy. Chiara waited until after Francesco was safely born, and then began the most intense treatments of radiation and chemotherapy, but it was soon clear that the cancer was terminal. Almost immediately after giving birth to Francesco, Chiara’s tumor became terminal and caused her to lose the use of her right eye. Her body was tested, and so was her soul as she suffered through terrible dark nights. She said “yes” to everything God sent her way, becoming a true child of God. And as her days on earth came to an end, Enrico looked down on his wife and said, “If she is going to be with Someone who loves her more than I, why should I be upset?” Each saint has a special charisma, a particular facet of God that is reflected through her. Chiara’s was to be a witness to joy in the face of great adversity, the kind which makes love overflow despite the sorrow from loss and death.
Lorenzo Milani, the School of Barbiana and the Struggle for Social Justice
Author: Federico Batini, Peter Mayo, Alessio Surian
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
ISBN: 1433121522
Pages: 127
Year: 2014-01-30
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This book sheds light on the work of one of the 20<SUP>th century's foremost critical educators, the Italian Lorenzo Milani (1923-1967), on the 90<SUP>th anniversary of his birth. It provides an exposition and critical analysis of the ideas contained in his writings, ideas that emerged from his experiences in two Tuscan localities. The work of Milani and the School of Barbiana that he directed provide signposts for a critically and sociologically engaged pedagogy. Important themes include education and class politics; education and imperialism; education and the culture of militarization; the collective dimensions of learning and writing; peer tutoring; critical media literacy; and reading history against the grain. These ideas are analyzed with reference to similar and contrasting ideas by other international educators, scholars and thinkers. As the book argues, Milani's oeuvre contains important ingredients for a social justice-oriented critical pedagogy. The spirit for this pedagogical approach is captured in the School of Barbiana's motto 'I care.'
Thoughts out of season
Author: Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
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Year: 1910
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Book of Mormon
Author: Covenant, Covenant Communications, Incorporated
Publisher: Covenant Communications
ISBN: 1591562848
Pages: 552
Year: 2003-09-01
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The Dialogue of the Seraphic Virgin
Author: St. Catherine of Siena, Algar Thorold
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1497477565
Pages: 194
Year: 2014-04
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THE DIALOGUE OF ST. CATHERINE OF SIENAA TREATISE OF DIVINE PROVIDENCEHow a soul, elevated by desire of the honor of God, and of the salvation of her neighbors, exercising herself in humble prayer, after she had seen the union of the soul, through love, with God, asked of God four requests.The soul, who is lifted by a very great and yearning desire for the honor of God and the salvation of souls, begins by exercising herself, for a certain space of time, in the ordinary virtues, remaining in the cell of self-knowledge, in order to know better the goodness of God towards her. This she does because knowledge must precede love, and only when she has attained love, can she strive to follow and to clothe herself with the truth. But, in no way, does the creature receive such a taste of the truth, or so brilliant a light therefrom, as by means of humble and continuous prayer, founded on knowledge of herself and of God; because prayer, exercising her in the above way, unites with God the soul that follows the footprints of Christ Crucified, and thus, by desire and affection, and union of love, makes her another Himself. Christ would seem to have meant this, when He said: To him who will love Me and will observe My commandment, will I manifest Myself; and he shall be one thing with Me and I with him. In several places we find similar words, by which we can see that it is, indeed, through the effect of love, that the soul becomes another Himself. That this may be seen more clearly, I will mention what I remember having heard from a handmaid of God, namely, that, when she was lifted up in prayer, with great elevation of mind, God was not wont to conceal, from the eye of her intellect, the love which He had for His servants, but rather to manifest it; and, that among other things, He used to say: “Open the eye of your intellect, and gaze into Me, and you shall see the beauty of My rational creature. And look at those creatures who, among the beauties which I have given to the soul, creating her in My image and similitude, are clothed with the nuptial garment (that is, the garment of love), adorned with many virtues, by which they are united with Me through love. And yet I tell you, if you should ask Me, who these are, I should reply” (said the sweet and amorous Word of God) “they are another Myself, inasmuch as they have lost and denied their own will, and are clothed with Mine, are united to Mine, are conformed to Mine.” It is therefore true, indeed, that the soul unites herself with God by the affection of love.So, that soul, wishing to know and follow the truth more manfully, and lifting her desires first for herself -- for she considered that a soul could not be of use, whether in doctrine, example, or prayer, to her neighbor, if she did not first profit herself, that is, if she did not acquire virtue in herself -- addressed four requests to the Supreme and Eternal Father. The first was for herself; the second for the reformation of the Holy Church; the third a general prayer for the whole world, and in particular for the peace of Christians who rebel, with much lewdness and persecution, against the Holy Church; in the fourth and last, she besought the Divine Providence to provide for things in general, and in particular, for a certain case with which she was concerned.