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La Madonna fece un guaio con l'angelo. Gesù spiegato dai bambini
Author: Marcello D'Orta
ISBN: 8856634236
Pages: 181
Year: 2013
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The Betrothed
Author: Alessandro Manzoni
Pages: 403
Year: 1907
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Comrade Don Camillo
Author: Giovanni Guareschi
Publisher: Don Camillo Series
ISBN: 1900064332
Year: 2017-04-28
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The Viceroys
Author: Federico De Roberto
Publisher: Verso Books
ISBN: 1784782572
Pages: 640
Year: 2016-01-19
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A lost literary classic, written in 1894, The Viceroys is one of the most acclaimed masterworks of Italian realism. The novel follows three generations of the aristocratic Uzeda family as it struggles to hold on to power in the face of the cataclysmic changes rocking Sicily. As Garibaldi’s triumphs move Italy toward unification, the Uzedas try every means to retain their position. De Roberto’s satirical and mordant pen depicts a cast of upper-class schemers, headed by the old matriarch, Donna Teresa, and exemplified by her arrogant and totally unscrupulous son, Consalvo, who rises to political eminence through lip service, double-dealing, and hypocrisy. The Viceroys is a vast dramatic panorama: a new world fighting to shrug off the viciousness and iniquities of the old. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Year: 1897
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Military Life in Italy
Author: Edmondo De Amicis
Pages: 440
Year: 1887
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La Vita Militare
Author: Edmondo De Amicis
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1530803292
Pages: 218
Year: 2016-03-30
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This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
The Celts
Author: Gerhard Herm
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0312313438
Pages: 340
Year: 2002-12-01
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Author: Grazia Deledda
ISBN: 0704301490
Pages: 140
Year: 1991
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"Cosima" tells the story of an aspiring writer growing up in Nuoro, Sardinia during the last decades of the nineteenth century when formal education for women was rare and literary careers unheard-of. Based on Deledda's own life, the work describes a young woman's struggle against the dismay and disapproval of her family and friends at her creative ambitions. Yet it also reads like a charming fable with details of family life, rural traditions and wild bandits, and it is as much a novel of memory as of character or action. Deledda's characters are poor country folk driven by some predetermined force. Their loves are tragic, their lives as hard and as rigidly controlled as nature itself in the hills of Sardinia. Deledda creates memorable figures who play out their lives against this backdrop of mountains and bare plains, sheepfolds and vineyards. Shimmering in the distance is the sea and escape - for a few - to the Continent or America. In 1926 Grazia Deledda became the second woman and the second Italian to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. She wrote thirty-three novels, including "Reeds in the Wind," and many books of short stories, almost all set on Sardinia. Her work has become well known to English-speaking readers through Martha King's translations for Italica Press.
The Council of Egypt
Author: Leonardo Sciascia
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
ISBN: 1784978027
Pages: 224
Year: 2016-12-01
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The Benedictine whisked a brush of multicoloured feathers over the top of the book, puffed out his plump cheeks like the god of winds in an old nautical map, blew black dust from the leather cover, and, with a shiver of what in the circumstances seemed delicate trepidation, laid the volume open on the table. Palermo, 1783: The barons pursue feuds and petty plotting. Their wives indulge in forbidden French novels. And the porcine abbot Vella, eager to curry favour with Naples, 'invents' an ancient Arabic chronicle, The Council of Egypt, that rewrites Sicilian history.
The Steel Spring
Author: Per Wahlöö
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448129877
Pages: 208
Year: 2011-12-15
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Chief Inspector Jensen is a policeman in an unnamed European country where the government has criminalised being drunk, even in private at home, and where the city centres have been demolished to devote more space to gleaming new roads. Recovering in a hospital room abroad after a liver transplant, Jensen receives a note instructing him to return home immediately, but when he reaches the airport he discovers that all flights home have been cancelled and all communication from within his homeland has ceased. One of the last messages sent requested urgent medical help from abroad and when Jensen is piloted across the border it soon becomes clear that an epidemic has ravaged the country.
Lorenzo Lotto
Author: Bernard Berenson
Pages: 292
Year: 1894
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The Little World of Don Camillo
Author: Giovanni Guareschi
ISBN: 1900064073
Pages: 242
Year: 2013-09
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Il pirata giornale artistico, letterario, teatrale
Year: 1845
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Historia Y Vida de Marco Bruto
Author: Francisco De Quevedo
Pages: 46
Year: 2009
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Esta obra política es una crítica a la situación de su tiempo, concretamente al Conde-Duque de Olivares (ministro de la Corona de Castilla de España durante el reinado de Felipe IV). Con ella defiende los principios y moral romana hasta el extremo.