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I Vinti Del Risorgimento
Author: Gigi Di Fiore
Publisher: UTET
ISBN: 8802084114
Pages: 362
Year: 2011
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La Giovinezza Di Francesco de Sanctis
Author: Francesco De Sanctis, Pasquale Villari
Publisher:
ISBN: 1375575848
Pages: 414
Year: 2017-08-19
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When the Eagle Hunts
Author: Simon Scarrow
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 142998032X
Pages: 272
Year: 2007-04-01
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Well-paced and intricately plotted, When the Eagle Hunts is a brazen tale of military adventure, political intrigue, and a suicide mission. Is the unflinching courage of the Roman army a match for the ruthless barbarity of the British tribes? In the bitter winter of a.d. 44, the Roman troops in Britain are impatiently awaiting the arrival of spring so that the campaign to conquer the island can be renewed. But the native Britons are growing more cunning in their resistance, constantly snapping at the heels of the mighty Roman forces. When the most brutal of the native tribesmen, the Druids of the Dark Moon, capture the shipwrecked wife and children of General Plautius, quick action is called for. Two volunteers from the crack Second Legion must venture deep into hostile territory in a desperate attempt to rescue the prisoners.
The Politics of Myth
Author: Robert Ellwood
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0791443051
Pages: 207
Year: 1999-09-02
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The Politics of Myth examines the political views implicit in the mythological theories of three of the most widely read popularizers of myth in the twentieth century, C. G. Jung, Mircea Eliade, and Joseph Campbell. All three had intellectual roots in the anti-modern pessimism and romanticism that also helped give rise to European fascism, and all three have been accused of fascist and anti-Semitic sentiments. At the same time, they themselves tended toward individualistic views of the power of myth, believing that the world of ancient myth contained resources that could be of immense help to people baffled by the ambiguities and superficiality of modern life. Robert Ellwood details the life and thought of each mythologist and the intellectual and spiritual worlds within which they worked. He reviews the damaging charges that have been made about their politics, taking them seriously while endeavoring to put them in the context of the individual’s entire career and lifetime contribution. Above all, he seeks to extract from their published work the view of the political world that seems most congruent with it.
Arturo's Island
Author: Elsa Morante
Publisher:
ISBN: 1631493299
Pages: 384
Year: 2019-02-19
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Once considered the greatest writer of Italy's postwar generation--and admired by authors as varied as John Banville and Rivka Galchen--Elsa Morante is experiencing a literary renaissance, marked not least by Ann Goldstein's translation of Arturo's Island, the novel that brought Morante international fame. Imbued with a spectral grace, as if told through an enchanted looking glass, the novel follows the adolescent Arturo through his days on the isolated Neapolitan island of Procida, where--his mother long deceased, his father often absent, and a dog as his sole companion--he roams the countryside and the beaches or reads in his family's lonely, dilapidated mansion. This quiet, meandering existence is upended when his father brings home a beautiful sixteen-year-old bride, Nunziatella.A novel of longing and thwarted desires, filled with Morante's "brutal directness and familial torment" (James Wood), Arturo's Island reemerges in this splendid translation to take its rightful place in the world literary canon.
Deconstructing Race
Author: Jabari Mahiri
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807774863
Pages: 220
Year: 2017
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How do socially constructed concepts of race dominate and limit understandings and practices of multicultural education? Since race is socially constructed, how do we deconstruct it? In this important book Mahiri argues that multicultural education needs to move beyond racial categories defined and sustained by the ideological, social, political, and economic forces of white supremacy. Exploring contemporary and historical scholarship on race, the emergence of multiculturalism, and the rise of the digital age, the author investigates micro-cultural practices and provides a compelling framework for understanding the diversity of individuals and groups. Descriptions and analysis from ethnographic interviews reveal how people’s continually evolving, highly distinctive, micro-cultural identities and affinities provide understandings of diversity not captured within assigned racial categories. Synthesizing the scholarship and interview findings, the final chapter connects the play of micro-cultures in people’s lives to a needed shift in how multicultural education uses race to frame and comprehend diversity and identity and provides pedagogical examples of how this shift can look in teaching practices. “Jabari Mahiri’s superb Deconstructing Race is the best modern book on multiculturalism in education. More than that, it can be the beginning of a vital transformation of the field and of our views about diversity.‘ —James Paul Gee, Mary Lou Fulton Presidential Professor of Literacy Studies, Regents’ Professor, Arizona State University "Deconstructing Race provides a framework for a new American narrative on race based on irrefutable research and inspirational evidence." —Yvette Jackson, chief executive officer of the National Urban Alliance for Effective Education
One Country Under Blood
Author: Antonio Ciano
Publisher: Ali Ribelli Edizioni
ISBN: 8833460843
Pages: 290
Year: 2018-03-29
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“One Country under Blood” debunks the myth of a happy unification of Italy. What was made to pass as a struggle for independence, was truly an invasion perpetrated by the House of Savoy and its masonic affiliates with the connivance of the Mafia and Camorra cartels. After the annexation of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, the riches of southern Italy were transferred to banks in the north to fuel the industrial development of Lombardy and Piedmont. Disfranchised and impoverished, millions of southern "Italians" had no other choice but to turn into outlaws or leave their ancestral homeland and immigrate to the United States, Australia and Southern America in search of a new beginning.
Nazione genovese
Author: Giovanni Brancaccio
Publisher: Guida Editori
ISBN: 8871884442
Pages: 238
Year: 2001
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Tra Calabria e Mezzogiorno. Studi storici in memoria di Tobia Cornacchioli
Author: Giuseppe Masi
Publisher: Pellegrini Editore
ISBN: 8881014041
Pages: 424
Year: 2007
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The Antiquity of the Italian Nation
Author: Antonino De Francesco
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199662312
Pages: 266
Year: 2013-10
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This book explores the political uses of Italy's antique past in the early nineteenth century, tracing how anti-romanism was transformed into a pillar of the nation-building process. It demonstrates the pivotal role played by this ancient heritage in the formation of modern Italian national identity.
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.
Il Regno di Napoli
Author: Giuseppe Galasso
Publisher:
ISBN: 8802044996
Pages: 919
Year: 1992
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Carlo Bernari tra fantasia e realtà
Author: Rocco Capozzi
Publisher: Napoli : Società editrice napoletana
ISBN:
Pages: 175
Year: 1984
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Francesco Di Marco Datini
Author: Istituto internazionale di storia economica F. Datini
Publisher:
ISBN: 8884536421
Pages: 582
Year: 2010
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Betrifft die Handschrift Mss.h.h.I.1, p. 289 der Burgerbibliothek Bern (Abb. 60).
La Repubblica napoletana del Novantanove
Author: Archivio di Stato di Napoli
Publisher: Macchiaroli
ISBN:
Pages: 419
Year: 1999
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