Le Ali Dell Amore

Author: Mimma Pascazio
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291984933
Size: 23.63 MB
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Italian Film

Author: John Stewart
Publisher: McFarland & Co Inc Pub
ISBN:
Size: 45.56 MB
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This is an encyclopedic reference and filmography to the nearly 5,000 people, Italians and foreigners, who have been involved in Italian filmmaking since 1896. Each entry provides brief biographical information on the person, along with full filmographic data on his or her films in Italy or for Italian filmmakers. The annotated title index includes Italian titles (and year) and English-language titles and alternate titles where appropriate. Conjoined to all of the title index references (to serially numbered personal entries), with the exception of acting credits, are mnemonic codes indicating specific areas of production (e.g., director, producer, camera, music, etc.).

Il Signore Degli Anellidi

Author: Evil Ataru
Publisher: Evil Ataru
ISBN:
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Una storia avventurosa a base di hobbit, nani, troll e battute discutibili. L'epopea di un cretinetti qualsiasi che non sa bene perché o per come.

Twice Told Tales

Author: Julia Bolton Holloway
Publisher: Julia Bolton Holloway
ISBN: 9780820419541
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Twice-Told Tales presents the life and writings of Dante Alighieri's maestro, the Florentine notary and diplomat, Brunetto Latino. The book first discusses archival documents found in Florence, the Vatican Secret Archives, Genoa, England and elsewhere, which were written by or which name Brunetto Latino. The documents concern, among other topics, the Vallombrosan Abbot Tesauro, the Sicilian Vespers' plotting, and the death by starvation of Ugolino. The book then discusses Brunetto's translations of Aristotle's Ethics and Cicero's De inventione, as texts presented to Charles of Anjou and others, as well as the influence of these texts on Dante. Appendices present the archival documents discussed in the book and list manuscripts containing Latino's writings.

Modern Italy

Author: Isabella Pezzini
Publisher:
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Lorenzo Di Filippo Strozzi And Niccolo Machiavelli

Author: William J. Landon
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442699485
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By 1520, Niccolò Machiavelli’s life in Florence was steadily improving: he had achieved a degree of literary fame, and, following his removal from the Florentine Chancery by the Medici family, he had managed to gain their respect and patronage. But there is one figure whose substantial contributions to Machiavelli’s restoration has been hitherto neglected – Lorenzo di Filippo Strozzi (1482–1549), a younger and fabulously wealthy Florentine nobleman. As manuscript evidence suggests, Strozzi brought Machiavelli into his patronage network and aided many of his post-1520 achievements. This book is the first English biography of Strozzi, as well as the first examination of the patron-client relationship that developed between the two men. William J. Landon reveals Strozzi’s influence on Machiavelli through wide-ranging textual investigations, and especially through Strozzi’s Pistola fatta per la peste – a work that survives as a Machiavelli autograph, and for which Landon has provided the first ever complete English translation and critical edition.