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The "Bibliography of Italian Studies in North America North America, third largest continent (1990 est. pop. 365,000,000), c.9,400,000 sq mi (24,346,000 sq km), the northern of the two continents of the Western Hemisphere. " includes books, articles, bibliographies, and reviews published here or abroad by scholars residing in the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area.  or Canada, as well as reviews of their writings. It also includes articles and books of foreign scholars published in North America. Italica tries to provide extensive coverage, selecting the contributions most useful to Italianists. Coverage encompasses comparative literature studies, translations, publications on art, music, philosophy, history, cinema, sociology, where these are closely related to language and literature. Also covered are studies pertinent to the Italian-American/Canadian experience.

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 International Bibliography. In the style of entry, Arabic numerals Arabic numerals
Noun, pl

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Arabic numerals nplchiffres mpl arabes

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 replace Roman to designate the volume of a journal. Studies that cross the chronological lines of bibliographical divisions are placed in the "General" category.
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS

AdI      Annali d'itatianistica
CJIS     Canadian Journal of Italian Studies
CLS      Comparative Literature Studies
CMLR     Canadian Modern Language Review
CrL      Critica letteraria
DS       Dante Studies
EL       Esperienze letterarie
FI       Forum Italicum
Ital     Am Italian Americana
IC       Italian Canadiana
ItC      Italian Culture
IJ       Italian Journal
IQ       Italian Quarterly
IRLI     Italianistica/Rivista di letteratura italiana
ITAL     Italica
LD       Lectura Dantis
LI       Lettere italiane
MLJ      Modern Language Journal
MLN      Modern Language Notes
MLQ      Modern Language Quarterly
MLR      Modern Language Review
MLS      Modern Language Studies
MP       Modern Philology
MRTS     Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies
NEMLA    NEMLA Italian Studies
NVS      New Vico Studies
PS       Pirandello Studies
PMLA     Publications of the Modern Language Association of America
QI       Quaderni d'italianistica
RenQ     Renaissance Quarterly
Ren & R  Renaissance and Reformation
RenS     Renaissance Studies
RILA     Rassegna italiana di linguistica applicata
RLA      Romance Languages Annual
RomN     Romance Notes
RomQ     Romance Quarterly
RP       Romance Philology
RStI     Rivista di studi italiani
SCJ      Sixteenth Century Journal
StD      Studi danteschi
VIA      Voices in Italian Americana


GENERAL

Books

Cheney, Patrick, and Fredrick A. de Armas, eds. European Literary Careers. The Author from Antiquity to the Renaissance. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002.

L'Italia nella lingua lingua /lin·gua/ (ling´gwah) pl. lin´guae   [L.] tongue.lin´gual

lingua geogra´phica  benign migratory glossitis.

lingua ni´gra  black tongue.
 e nel pensiero. Ed. Anthony Mollica and Riccardo Campa Riccardo Campa (born May 4 1967 in Mantua) is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Cracow. He possesses two Master of Arts degrees, in Political Science and Philosophy, from the University of Bologna and a Ph.D. . "Quaderni di libri e riviste d'Italia," 46 Tomi 2. Roma: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato The Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato is the mint of the Italian Republic. It produces coins, notes and stamps for Italy, for the Holy See and the Republic of San Marino. , 2002.

Roush, Sherry. Hermes' Lyre lyre, generic term for stringed musical instruments having a sound box from which project curved arms joined by a crossbar. The strings are stretched between the crossbar and the sound box and are plucked with the fingers or with a plectrum. . Italian Poetic Self-Commentary from Dante to Tommaso Campanella Tommaso Campanella (September 5, 1568–May 21, 1639), baptized Giovanni Domenico Campanella, was an Italian philosopher, theologian, astrologer, and poet. Biography . Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002.

Articles

Kleinhenz, Christopher. "Gli studi di italianistica nei 'colleges' e nelle universita degli Staff Uniti." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 713-29.

Reviews

Di Biase, Carmine carmine /car·mine/ (kahr´min) a red coloring matter used as a histologic stain.

indigo carmine  indigotindisulfonate sodium.


car·mine
n.
 G. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 568-72. Martin McLaughlin, ed.: Britain and Italy from Romanticism to Modernism. A Festschrift fest·schrift  
n. pl. fest·schrif·ten or fest·schrifts
A volume of learned articles or essays by colleagues and admirers, serving as a tribute or memorial especially to a scholar.
 for Peter Brand (2000).

Dursteler, Eric. In RenQ 56.1 (2003): 152-55. John Martin and Dennis Romano, eds.: Venice Reconsidered: The History and Civilization of an Italian City-State, 1297-1797 (2000).

Da Pozzo, Giovanni. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 83-86. Giorgio Baroni and Marlo Puppo: Manuale critico-bibliografico per lo studio della letteratura italiana (2002).

Gamboa, Yolanda. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 88-89. Valeria Finucci and Kevin Brownlee, eds.: Generation and Degeneration: Tropes of Reproduction in Literature and History from Antiquity to Early Modern Europe The early modern period is a term used by historians to refer to the period in Western Europe and its first colonies which spans the two centuries between the Middle Ages and the Industrial Revolution.  (2001).

Lazzaro-Weis, Carol. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 86-88. Graziella Parati and Ben Lawton, eds.: Italian Cultural Studies (2001).

DANTE

Books

Alighieri, Dante. Purgatorio. Trans. Jean Hollander and Robert Hollander. London: Random House, 2002.

Durling, Robert M., ed. and trans. The Divine Comedy Divine Comedy: see Dante Alighieri.

Divine Comedy

Dante’s epic poem in three sections: Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso. [Ital. Lit.: Divine Comedy]

See : Epic
 of Dante Alighieri Dante Alighieri (dăn`tē, Ital. dän`tā älēgyĕ`rē), 1265–1321, Italian poet, b. Florence. Dante was the author of the Divine Comedy, one of the greatest of literary classics. . Purgatorio. Vol. 2. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2003.

Articles

Alfie, Fabian. "Durante's Ars Amandi: A Structural Reading of the Fiore." FI 36.1 (2002): 5-25.

Audeh, Aida. "Images of Dante's Exile in 19th-Century France." AdI 20 (2002): 235-57.

Barsella, Susanna. "The Mercurial mercurial /mer·cu·ri·al/ (mer-kur´e-il)
1. pertaining to mercury.

2. a preparation containing mercury.


mer·cu·ri·al
adj.
 Integumentum of the Heavenly Messenger (Inferno IX 79-103)." Letteratura italiana antica 4 (2003): 371-96.

Cassell, Anthony. "The Exiled Dante's Hope for Reconciliation: Monarchia 3:16. 16-18." AdI 20 (2002): 425-49.

Cassell, Anthony. "'Luna est Ecclesia': Dante and the 'Two Great Lights.'" DS 119 (2001): 1-26.

Cervigni, Dino S. "Exile Literature: Betwixt and Between in a midway position; so-so; neither one thing nor the other.

See also: Betwixt
 Body and Spirit." AdI 20 (2002): 11-14.

Chiampi, James T. "Freighting Good Merchandise: Damnation as Maritime Barratry In Criminal Law, the frequent incitement of lawsuits and quarrels that is a punishable offense.

Barratry is most commonly applied to an attorney who attempts to bring about a lawsuit that will be profitable to her or him.
 in Inferno XXI-XXIII." RStI 19.2 (2001): 1-26.

Ciccarelli, Andrea. "Dante and Italian Culture from the Risorgimento to World War I." DS 119 (2001): 125-54.

Constas, Christopher L. "Dante's Image of Vengeance." FI 36.2 (2002): 441-46.

Costa, Gustavo. "II canto XV del Paradiso." EL 27.3 (2002): 3-38.

De Marco, Giuseppe. "L'esperienza di Dante exul immeritus quale qua·le  
n. pl. qua·li·a
A property, such as whiteness, considered independently from things having the property.



[From Latin qu
 autobiografia universale." AdI 20 (2002): 21-54.

Ferrucci, Franco. "Plenilunio sulla selva: il Convivio, Le petrose, la Commedia." DS 119 (2001): 67-102.

Gabriel, Lena C. "Sordello's Long Shadow." L'Italia nella lingua e nelpensiero 1: 89-95.

Gilson, Simon A. "Medieval Magical Lore and Dante's Commedia: Divination divination, practice of foreseeing future events or obtaining secret knowledge through communication with divine sources and through omens, oracles, signs, and portents.  and Demonic Agency." DS 119 (2001): 27-66.

Kay, Richard. "Unwintering January (Paradiso 27.142-43." MLN MLN Million
MLN Modern Language Notes (literary journal)
MLN Management & Leadership Network (Northern Ireland)
MLN Missouri League for Nursing
MLN Main Listed Number
 118.1 (2003): 237-44.

Luzzi, Joseph. "The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Allegory: Dante and the Yale School Critics." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 97-105.

Modesto, Diana. "Dante all'altro polo: Dante Studies in Australasia." DS 119 (2001): 203-12.

Raffa, Guy P. "Dante's Poetics of Exile." AdI 20 (2002): 73-88.

Salwa, Piotr. "Dante in Polonia: una presenza viva?" DS 119 (2001): 187-202.

Van Anglen, K. P. "Before Longfellow: Dante and the Polarization of New England New England, name applied to the region comprising six states of the NE United States—Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The region is thought to have been so named by Capt. ." DS 119 (2001): 155-86.

Wilson, Robert Wilson, Robert, 1941–, dramatist, director, and designer, b. Waco, Tex. He began his arts career as a painter. A leading figure in postmodern theater since 1963, when he arrived in New York City, he has created lengthy, often controversial multimedia events . "Exile and Relegation RELEGATION, civil law. Among the Romans relegation was a banishment to a certain place, and consequently was an interdiction of all places except the one designated.
     2. It differed from deportation. (q.v.) Relegation and deportation agree u these particulars: 1.
 in Dante and Ovid." AdI 20 (2002): 55-72.

Wilson-Okamura, David Scott

For other people named David Scott, see David Scott (disambiguation).
Colonel David Randolph Scott (born June 6, 1932) is a former NASA astronaut, was one of the third group of astronauts named by NASA in October 1963, and as commander of the
. "Lavinia and Beatrice: The Second Half of the Aeneid in the Middle Ages." DS 119 (2001): 103-24.

Reviews

Alfie, Fabian. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 89-91. Luigi Scorrano: Il Dante fascism.' Saggi, letture, note dantesche (2001).

Cervigni, Dino S. In AdI 20 (2002): 452-58. Dante Alighieri: Inferno. Trans. Robert Hollander and Jean Hollander (2000).

Cherchi, Paolo. In AdI 20 (2002): 451-52. Dante Alighieri: Rime rime: see rhyme. . Ed. Domenico De Robertis (2002).

DiScipio, Giuseppe C. In FI 36.2 (2002): 488-90. Margaret Baker and Diana Glenn Diana Glenn is an Australian actress.

She starred in Oyster Farmer and The Secret Life of Us and featured on Neighbours in 1998 as Shannon Jones.
, eds.: Dante's Colloquia col·lo·qui·a  
n.
A plural of colloquium.
 in Australia (1982-1999) (2000).

Holmes, Olivia. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 285-94. Patrick Boyde: Human Vices and Human Worth in Dante's Comedy (2000). Zygmunt G. Baranski: Dante e i segni.

Saggi per una storia intellettuale di Dante Alighieri (2000). Guglielmo Gorni: Dante prima della Commedia (2001). Zygmunt G. Baranski: 'Chiosar con altro testo': leggere Dante nel Trecento tre·cen·to  
n.
The 14th century, especially with reference to Italian art and literature.



[Italian, from (mil) trecento, (one thousand) three hundred : tre, three
 (2001).

Parker, Deborah. In RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1379-80. Dante Alighieri: Inferno. Trans. Robert and Jean Hollander (2000).

THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEENTH CENTURIES

Books

Allaire, Gloria, ed. The Italian Novella novella: see novel.
novella

Story with a compact and pointed plot, often realistic and satiric in tone. Originating in Italy during the Middle Ages, it was often based on local events; individual tales often were gathered into collections.
: A Book of Essays. London: Routledge, 2003.

Cachey, Theodore J. Jr., ed. and trans. Petrarch's Guide to the Holy Land. Itinerary to the Sepulcher of Our Lord Jesus Christ Jesus Christ: see Jesus.

Jesus Christ

40 days after Resurrection, ascended into heaven. [N.T.: Acts 1:1–11]

See : Ascension


Jesus Christ

kind to the poor, forgiving to the sinful. [N.T.
. Notre Dame Notre Dame IPA: [nɔtʁ dam] is French for Our Lady, referring to the Virgin Mary. In the United States of America, Notre Dame : U of Notre Dame P, 2002.

Schearer, Susan, ed. and trans. Francesco Petrarch on Religious Leisure (De otio religioso). New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of
: Italica Press, 2002.

Articles

Alfie, Fabian. "Cast Out: The Topos to·pos  
n. pl. to·poi
A traditional theme or motif; a literary convention.



[Greek, short for (koinos) topos, (common)place.]

Noun 1.
 of Exile in Cecco Angiolieri Cecco Angiolieri (1260 - c. 1312) was an Italian poet. Biography
Cecco Angiolieri was born in Siena in 1260, son of Angioliero, who was himself the son of Angioliero Solàfica who was for several years a banker to Pope Gregory IX; his mother was Lisa de' Salimbeni, from a
, Pietro de' Faitinelli, and Pieraccio Tedaldi." AdI 20 (2002): 113-26.

Ardissino, Erminia. "'Forsitan Putabis nosse'--Continuita e innovazione nella critica recente su Petrarca." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1:39-61.

Campa, Annunziata O. "S. Bona da Pisa e i Pulsanesi: pellegrinaggio, luoghi di culto e diffusione monastica nel XII secolo." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 75-87.

Cherchi, Paolo, ed. "Due volgarizzamenti inediti della favola di Psiche e Cupido." Letteratura italiana antica 4 (2003): 185-284.

Cherchi, Paolo. "Le nozze di filologia e fortuna. Resoconto di un testimone." EL 27.4 (2002): 3-40.

Keen, Catherine. "Cino da Pistoia Cino da Pistoia (chē`nō dä pēstô`yä), 1270–1337?, Italian jurist and poet, whose full name was Guittoncino dei Sinibaldi, or Sighibuldi.  and the Otherness of Exile." AdI 20 (2002): 89-112.

Monga, Luigi. "Agiografia, geografia e agiopolitica nella Legenda trecentesca di Santa Bona da Pisa." L'Italia nella lingua e nelpensiero 1: 121-33.

Martinez, Ronald L. "Mourning Laura in the Canzoniere: Lessons from Lamentations." MLN 118.1 (2003): 1-45.

Masciandaro, Franco. "Isabella's Play and the Play of the Text (Decameron VII.6)." MLN 118.1 (2003): 245-56.

Musacchio, Enrico. "Passione d'amore e scienza ottica in un sonetto di Giacomo da Lentini Giacomo da Lentini (also known as Jacopo Da Lentini) was an Italian poet of the 13th century. He was a senior poet of the Sicilian School and was a notary at the court of the Holy Roman emperor Frederick II. Giacomo is credited with the invention of the sonnet. ." Letteratura italiana antica 4 (2003): 337-70.

Ricchi, Giovanni R. "Il quinto verso ver·so  
n. pl. ver·sos
1. A left-hand page of a book or the reverse side of a leaf, as opposed to the recto.

2. The back of a coin or medal.
 del Contrasto di Cielo D'Alcamo." FI 36.2 (2002): 438-40.

Usher, Jonathan. "Apicius, Seneca, and Surfeit sur·feit  
v. sur·feit·ed, sur·feit·ing, sur·feits

v.tr.
To feed or supply to excess, satiety, or disgust.

v.intr. Archaic
To overindulge.

n.
1.
a.
: Boccaccio's Sonnet 95." MLN 118.1 (2003): 46-59.

Reviews

Appel, Anne Milano. In FI 36.2 (2002): 486-88. Dana E. Stewart and Alison Cornish: Sparks and Seeds: Medieval Literature Medieval literature is a broad subject, encompassing essentially all written works available in Europe and beyond during the Middle Ages (encompassing the one thousand years from the fall of the Western Roman Empire ca.  and Its Afterlife. Essays in Honor of John Freccero (2000).

Bregoli-Russo, Mauda. In RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1380-82. Victoria Kirkham: Fabulous Vernacular: Boccaccio's Filocolo and the Art of Medieval Fiction (2001).

Grendler, Paul F. In RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1382-85. Robert Black Robert Black may refer to:
  • Robert Black (Auditor General) , Auditor General for Scotland
  • Robert Black (rugby player), All Black in 1914.
  • Professor Robert Black , Professor Emeritus of Scots Law at the University of Edinburgh
: Humanism and Education in Medieval and Renaissance Italy: Tradition and Innovation in Latin Schools from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century (2001).

Houston, Jason. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 276-78. Olivia Holmes: Assembling the Lyric Self: Authorship From Troubadour troubadour

One of a class of lyric poets and poet-musicians, often of knightly rank, that flourished from the 11th through the 13th century, chiefly in Provence and other regions of southern France, northern Spain, and northern Italy.
 Song to Italian Poetry Italian poetry is a category of Italian literature. Important Italian poets
  • Giacomo da Lentini a 13th Century poet who is believed to have invented the sonnet.
  • Guido Cavalcanti (c.1255 - 1300) Tuscan poet, and a key figure in the Dolce Stil Novo movement.
 Book (2000).

Morosini, Roberta. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 92-94. Eugenio Giusti: Dall'amore cortese alla comprensione. Il viaggio ideologico di Giovanni Boccaccio dalla Caccia di Diana al Decameron (1999).

Smart, Janet. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 91-92. Victoria Kirkham: Fabulous Vernacular. Boccaccio's Filocolo and the Art of Medieval Fiction (2001).

Smarr, Janet Levarie. In ITAL 79A (2002): 563-65. Warren Ginsberg: Chaucer's Italian Tradition (2002).

FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES

Books

Bell, Janis C., and Thomas C. Willette, eds. Art History in the Age of Bellori: Scholarship and Cultural Politics in Seventeenth-Century Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2002.

Jaffe, Irma B., with Gernando Colombardo. Shining Eyes, Cruel Fortune. The Lives and Loves of Italian Renaissance Women Poets. Bronx: Fordham UP, 2003.

Articles

Calabritto, Monica. "Medical and Moral Dimensions of Feminine Madness: Representing Madwomen in the Renaissance." FI 36.1 (2002): 26-52.

Gallucci, Mary. "'Occult' Power: The Politics of Witchcraft and Superstition in Renaissance Florence." ITAL 80.1 (2003): 1-20.

Guzzetti, Linda, and Antje Ziemann. "Women in the Fourteenth-Century Venetian Scuole." RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1151-95.

Hairston, Julia. "Out of the Archive: Four Newly-Identified Figures in Tullia d'Aragona's Rime della Signora Tullia di Aragona et di diversi a lei (1547)." MLN 118.1 (2003): 257-63.

Herzig, Tamar. "The Demons' Reaction to Sodomy sodomy

Noncoital carnal copulation. Sodomy is a crime in some jurisdictions. Some sodomy laws, particularly in Middle Eastern countries and those jurisdictions observing Shari'ah law, provide penalties as severe as life imprisonment for homosexual intercourse, even if the
: Witchcraft and Homosexuality in Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola's Strix." SCJ SCJ S C Johnson & Son, Inc.
SCJ Super Cobra Jet (engine)
SCJ Supreme Court Justice
SCJ Squamocolumnar Junction
SCJ Sixteenth Century Journal
SCJ Congregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart (religious order) 
 34.1 (2003): 53-72.

Kennedy, William Kennedy, William, 1928–, American novelist, b. Albany, N.Y., grad. Siena College, 1949. Brought up in Albany, he worked as a journalist from 1949 to 1970, and began to concentrate on writing fiction in the early 1960s.  J. "Citing Petrarch in Naples: The Politics of Commentary in Cariteo's Endimione." RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1196-221.

Liimatta, Katja. "Conflitto tra carne e spirito: ambiguita neoplatonica nella poesia di Gaspara Stampa Gaspara Stampa (1523-1554) was an Italian poet. Life
Her father Bartolomeo was a dealer in Padua, coming from Milan. When she was eight her father died and her mother, Cecilia, moved to Venice with all her children (Gaspara, Cassandra and Baldassarre), whom she educated
." ItC 19.1 (2001): 1-14.

Long, Pamela O. "New Work on the 'Occult' and Natural Disciplines of the Renaissance: Dieter Blume, Regenten des Himmels: Astrologische Bilder in Mittelalter und Renaissance; et al." RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1323-36.

Maggi, Armando. "The Soul's Exile: Devotional Literature and Renaissance Culture in Guido Casoni's Ragionamenti interni." AdI 20 (2002): 149-71.

Mancini, Albert. "L'odeporica adattata al capitolo: testi di viaggio di Francesco Bolognetti." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 107-19.

Monga, Luigi. "'Doom'd to Wander': Exile, Memoirs, and Early Modern Travel Narrative." AdI 20 (2002): 173-86.

Moro, Anna. "The Use of shi in Lo cunto de li cunti." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 163-79.

Peterson, Thomas. "Out of Babylon: The figura of Exile in Tasso and Petrarch." AdI 20 (2002): 127-48.

Roush, Sherry. "The Donna me prega of the Seicento sei·cen·to  
n.
The 17th century with reference to Italian literature and art.



[Italian, from (mil)seicento, (one thousand) six hundred : sei, six (from Latin sex
? Reassessing Vico's Unautobiographical Affetti di un disperato." MLN 118.1 (2003): 147-67.

Trippe, Rosemary. "The Hypnerotomachia Poliphili Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (in Greek Υπνερωτομαχία Πολύφιλου, in English Poliphilo's Strife of Love in a Dream : Image, Text, and Vernacular Poetics." RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1222-58.

Reviews

Baker, Christopher. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1151-52. Peter DeSa Wiggins: Donne, Castiglione, and the Poetry of Courtliness (2000).

Bancheri, Salvatore. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 101-05. Salvatore Di Maria: The Italian Tragedy in the Renaissance. Cultural Realities and Theatrical Innovations (2002).

Bartlett, Kenneth R. In RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1386-88. Jonathan White: Italy: The Enduring Culture (2000). Elizabeth S. Cohen cohen
 or kohen

(Hebrew: “priest”) Jewish priest descended from Zadok (a descendant of Aaron), priest at the First Temple of Jerusalem. The biblical priesthood was hereditary and male.
 and Thomas V. Cohen: Daily Life in Renaissance Italy (2001).

Beecher, Donald. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1224-26. Lina Bolzoni: The Gallery of Memory: Literary and Iconographic Models in the Age of the Printing Press (2001).

Calabritto, Monica. In RenQ 56.1 (2003): 170-71. Michaela Rinaldi: Torquato Tasso e Francesco Patrizi: tra polemiche letterarie e incontri intellettuali (2001).

Clubb, Louise George. In RenQ 56.1 (2003): 188-89. Laura Balbiani: La Magia naturalis di Giovan Battista Della Porta Della Porta. For persons thus named use Porta. : lingua, cultura e scienza in Europa all'inizio dell'eta moderna (2001).

D'Alessandro, Mario. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 279-81. Laura Anna Stortoni, ed.: Women Poets of the Italian Renaissance. Courtly Ladies and Courtesans (1997).

Delph n. 1. Delftware.
Five nothings in five plates of delph.
- Swift.

1. (Hydraul. Engin.) The drain on the land side of a sea embankment.
, Ronald K. In SCJ 34.1 (2003): 183-86. Robert Black: Humanism and Education in Medieval and Renaissance Italy: Tradition and Innovation in Latin Schools from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century (2001).

Di Biase, Carmine G. In FI 36.1 (2002): 225-28. La Veniexiana. Trans. Carolyn Feleppa Balducci (2000).

Di Biase, Carmine G. In FI 36.1 (2002): 219-22. Giambattista Della Porta Giambattista della Porta (1535?1-1615), also known as Giovan Battista Della Porta, was an Italian scholar, polymath and playwright who lived in Naples at the time of the Scientific Revolution and Reformation. : The Sister. Trans. Donald Beecher and Bruno Ferraro (2000).

Di Biase, Carmine G. In FI 36.1 (2002): 216-19. Giordano Bruno Noun 1. Giordano Bruno - Italian philosopher who used Copernican principles to develop a pantheistic monistic philosophy; condemned for heresy by the Inquisition and burned at the stake (1548-1600)
Bruno
: The Candle-bearer. Trans. Gino Moliterno (2000).

Di Furia, Arthur. In SCJ 34.1 (2003): 194-95. Deborah Parker: Bronzino: Renaissance Painter as Poet (2000).

Frank, Maria Esposito. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 94-98. Luca Chiavoni, Gianfranco Ferlisi, and Maria Vittoria Grassi, eds.: Leon Battista Alberti e il Quattrocento quat·tro·cen·to  
n.
The 15th-century period of Italian art and literature.



[Italian, short for (mil) quattrocento, one thousand four hundred : quattro, four (from Latin
 (2001).

Frings, Marcus. In SCJ 34.1 (2003): 262-64. Carolyn C. Wilson: St. Joseph in Italian Renaissance Literature Renaissance literature refers to European literature usually considered to be initiated by Petrarch at the beginning of the Italian Renaissance, and sometimes taken to continue to the English Renaissance and into the seventeenth century.  and Art: New Directions and Interpretations (2001).

Gatti, Hilary. In RenQ 56.1 (2003): 185-87. Giordano Bruno: Opere magiche. Eds. Michele Ciliberto, Simonetta Bassi bas·si  
n.
A plural of basso.
, Elisabetta Scapparone and Nicoletta Tirinnanzi (2000). Giordano Bruno: Corpus iconographicum: le incisioni nelle opere a stampa. Ed. Mino Gabriele (2001). Eugenio Canone, ed.: Giordano Bruno 1548-1600: mostra storico documentaria, Roma, Biblioteca Casanatense, 7 giugno-30 settembre 2000 (2000).

Gavitt, Philip. In RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1388-91. Giovanni Ciapelli and Patricia Lee Rubin, eds.: Art, Family, and Memory in Renaissance Florence (2000).

Gerome, Frank A. In SCJ 34.1 (2003): 176-77. G. Symcox, G. Rabitti and P. D. Diehl, eds.: Italian Reports on America, 1493-1520: Letters, Dispatches, and Papal Bulls This is a very incomplete list of papal bulls by the year in which they were issued.

Year Bull Issuer Description
1059 In Nomine Domini Nicholas II Establishing cardinal-bishops as the sole electors of the pope
1079 Libertas ecclesiae Gregory VII
 (2001).

Haar, James. In RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1401-02. Ann E. Moyer, ed. and trans.: Raffaele Brandolini: On Music and Poetry (2001).

Hinklicky, Sarah. In SCJ 34.1 (2003): 272-74. Jane Tylus, ed.: Sacred Narratives: Lucrezia Tornabuoni de'Medici (2001).

Ianziti, Gary. In RenQ 55.4 (2002): 1385-86. Davide Canfora: La controversia di Poggio Bracciolini e Guarino Veronese su Cesare e Scipione (2001).

Iorio, Dominick A. In RenQ 56.1 (2003): 167-69. Marta Fattori: Linguaggio e filosofia nel Seicento Europeo (2000). Girolamo de Miranda: Una quiete operosa : forma e pratiche dell'Accademia napoletana degli Oziosi 1611-1645 (2000).

Kelter Kel´ter

n. 1. Regular order or proper condition.
If the organs of prayer be out of kelter or out of tune, how can we pray?
- Barrow.

Noun 1.
, Irving A. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1154-55. Tommaso Campanella: Apologia ap·o·lo·gi·a  
n.
A formal defense or justification. See Synonyms at apology.



[Latin, apology; see apology.
 pro Galileo / Apologie de Galilee Galilee (găl`ĭlē), region, N Israel, roughly the portion north of the plain of Esdraelon. Galilee was the chief scene of the ministry of Jesus.  (2001).

Labriola, Giulia. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 288-90. Bertrando Spaventa: Lettera sulla dottrina di Bruno. Scritti inediti 1853-1854. Acura di M. Rascaglia and A. Savorelli (2000).

Mandel, Corinne. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1088-90. Konrad Eisenbichler, ed.: The Cultural Politics of Duke Cosimo I Cosimo I
 orig. Cosimo de' Medici

(born June 12, 1519—died April 21, 1574, Castello, near Florence) Second duke of Florence (1537–74) and first grand duke of Tuscany (1569–74).
 de' Medici Medici, Italian family
Medici (mĕ`dĭchē, Ital. mā`dēchē), Italian family that directed the destinies of Florence from the 15th cent. until 1737.
 (2001).

Mayer, Thomas F. In RenQ 56.1 (2003): 162-65. Massimo Firpo and Dario Marcatto, eds.: I processi inquisitoriali di Pietro Carnesecchi Pietro Carnesecchi (December 24, 1508 – October 1, 1567) was an Italian humanist. Biography
Born in Florence, he was the son of a da Andrea Carnesecchi, a merchant who under the patronage of the Medici, and especially of Giulio de' Medici as Pope Clement VII,
 (1557-1567) Vol. 2, Il processo sotto Pio V (2000).

Moevs, Christian. In MLN 118.1 (2003): 264-67. Giuseppe Mazzotta: The New Map of the World: The Poetic Philosophy of Giambattista Vico (1999).

Moulton, Ian Fredrick. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1222-23. Giuseppe Mazzotta: Cosmopoiesis : The Renaissance Experiment (2001).

Powers, Katherine. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1152-54. Giancarlo Rostirolla, Danilo Zardin, and Oscar Mischiati, eds.: La lauda spirituale tra Cinque e Seicento (2001).

Prunster, Nicole. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1129-30. Giambattista Della Porta: The Sister (2000).

Ratto, Franco. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 282-87. Alberto Marlo Damiani: Giambattista Vico: la ciencia anticartesiana (2000). Anna Maria Battista: La "Germania" di Tacito nella Francia Illuminista (1999). Bruna Consarelli: Politica Politica is the undergraduate journal of the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley. Politica solicits original student essays on topics broadly political.  e storia dall'IUuminismo alla Restaurazione (1999).

Ratto, Franco. In FI 36.1 (2002): 222-25. Emilio Hildago-Serna, Massimo Marassi, Jose M. Sevilla, and Jose Villalobos, eds.: Pensar para el nuevo siglo. Giambattista Vico y la cultura europea (2001).

Ratto, Franco. In FI 36.2 (2002): 491-95. Gennaro Carillo: Vico. Origine e genealogia dell'ordine (2000). Enrico Nuzzo: Tra ordine della storia e storicita Saggi sui saperi della storia in Vico (2001). Vincenzo Omaggio: Justus rectus rectus /rec·tus/ (rek´tus) [L.] straight.

rectus

[L.] straight.


rectus abdominis muscle
see Table 13.2.

ocular rectus muscle
see Table 13.1F.
. Etica e diritto in Thomas Hobbes (2000).

Ratto, Franco. In RStI 119.2 (2001): 322-25. Eugenio Battisti: Archeologia industriale, architettura, lavoro, tecnologia, economia e la vera rivoluzione industriale (2002).

Ratto, Franco. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 299-301. Marcel Danesi Marcel Danesi is known for his work in language, communications, and semiotics; being Director of the Program in Semiotics and Communication Theory, and is also a Professor of Semiotics and Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Toronto, Canada. : Lingua, metafora, concetto. Vico e la linguistica cognitiva (2001).

Roberts, Ann M. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1204-05. Sheryl E. Reiss and David G. Wilkins, eds.: Beyond Isabella: Secular Women Patrons of Art in Renaissance Italy (2001).

Robin, Diana. In Reno 55.4 (2002): 1394-96. Craig Kallendorf: Virgil and the Myth of Venice: Books and Readers in the Italian Renaissance (1999).

Rosenthal, David. In SCJ 34.1 (2003): 221-23. Elizabeth S. Cohen and Thomas V. Cohen: Daily Life in Renaissance Italy (2001).

Russell, Rinaldina. In FI 36.1 (2002): 214-15. Letizia Panizza: Women in Italian Renaissance Culture and Society (2000).

Sowell, Madison U. In Reno 56.1 (2003): 169-70. Torquato Tasso: Aminta: A Pastoral Play. Ed. and trans. Charles Jemigan and Irene Marchegiani Jones (2000).

Vilches, Patricia. In SCJ 33.4 (2002): 1090-92. Stella Fletcher and Christine Shaw, eds.: The World of Savonarola: Italian Elites and Perceptions of Crisis (2000).

Ward, Michael. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 98-100. Leonardo Bruni Leonardo Bruni (or Leonardo Aretino) (c. 1370 – March 9 1444), was a leading humanist, historian and a chancellor of Florence. He has been called the first modern historian. : History of the Florentine People (2001).

EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CENTURIES

Books

Alessandro Manzoni Noun 1. Alessandro Manzoni - Italian novelist and poet (1785-1873)
Manzoni
: Two Plays. Trans. Michael J. Curley. New York: Peter Lang, 2002.

Osborne, Toby. Dynasty and Diplomacy in the Court of Savoy. Political Culture and the Thirty Years' War Thirty Years' War

(1618–48) Series of intermittent conflicts in Europe fought for various reasons, including religious, dynastic, territorial, and commercial rivalries.
. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2002.

Articles

Binetti, Vincenzo. "Intellettuali e identita nazionale: il mito del popolo nella letteratura italiana dell'Ottocento." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1:201-13.

Cacciaglia, Norberto. "Alessandro Manzoni e l'impresa familiare." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 215-23.

Carolan, Mary Ann McDonald. "La monaca di Monza: Manzoni's Bad Girl and the Repudiation of the Imagination." RStI 19.2 (2001): 65-85.

Costa-Zalessow, Natalia. "Teresa Carniani Malvezzi and Vincenzo Monti Vincenzo Monti (February 19, 1754 - October 13, 1828) was an Italian poet and scholar. Biography
Monti was born at Alfonsine, Ravenna, the son of Fedele and Domenica Maria Mazzari, landowners.
." RStI 19.2 (2001): 48-64.

Costantini, Anthony G. "Piero Gobetti Piero Gobetti (June 19, 1901 – February 15, 1926) was an Italian journalist, intellectual and radical liberal. He was an exceptionally active campaigner and critic in the crisis years in Italy after the First World War and into the early years of Fascist rule.  and the Liberal Revolution." FI 36.1 (2002): 196-200.

Deigan, Federica Brunori. "The General, the Heart, and the State: Manzoni's Carmagnola and Shakespeare's Othello." ItC 19.1 (2001): 15-40.

Gaudenzi, Cosetta. "Exile, Translation, and Return: Ugo Foscolo Ugo Foscolo (February 6, 1778 - September 10, 1827), Greek-Italian writer, was born at Zakynthos in the Ionian Isles in 1778. On the death of his father, a physician in Split, Croatia , the family removed to Venice, and at the University of Padua Foscolo completed the studies begun  in England." AdI 20 (2002): 217-34.

Gennari, Daniela Treveri. "Fascino e censura: il rapporto tra la Chiesa e il teatro nella Roma del XVIII secolo." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 241-50.

Hester, Nathalie. "Travel Writing and Travel as Writing in Francesco Belli's Osservazioni nel viaggio." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 155-61.

Parisi, Luciano. "Manzoni, il Seicento francese e il giansenismo." MLN 118.1 (2003): 85-115.

Rushing, Robert A. "Traveling by Metonymy metonymy (mĭtŏn`əmē), figure of speech in which an attribute of a thing or something closely related to it is substituted for the thing itself. Thus, "sweat" can mean "hard labor," and "Capitol Hill" represents the U.S. Congress. : Foscolo's 'A Zacinto.'" AdI 20 (2002): 201-16.

Wells, Byron R. "Eighteenth-Century Venetian Beauties: The Lettres d'Italie of Charles De Brosses Charles de Brosses, comte de Tournay, baron de Montfalcon, seigneur de Vezins et de Prevessin, (born Dijon, 1709-d. 1777) was a noteworthy French writer of the 18th century. ." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 191-98.

Zagari-Marinzoli, Rosa. "Sicilia mitica e reale in 'La Lupa' di Giovanni Verga Giovanni Verga (2 September 1840 - 27 January 1922) was an Italian realist writer, best known for his depictions of life in Sicily, and especially for the short story Cavalleria Rusticana. ." FI 36.1 (2002): 130-39.

Reviews

Costa, Gustavo. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 107-08. Arnaldo Di Benedetto: Dal tramonto dei lumi al Romanticismo (2000).

Costa-Zalessow, Natalia. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 105-07. Luciana Morelli, ed.: Il carteggio tra Amaduzzi e Corilla Olimpica 1775-1792 (2000).

Hernandez, Anna Maria. In FI 36.2 (2002): 512-14. Massimo Lollini: Il vuoto della forma (scrittura testimonianza e verita) (2001).

Marsico, Rosanna. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 302-05. Aganoor, Bernardini, Contessa Lara. et al: Tra letti e salotti. Norma e trasgressione nella narrativa femminile tra Otto e Novecento (2001).

TWENTIETH CENTURY

Books

Colli, Andrea. The History of Family Business 1850-2000. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2003.

Esposito, Edoardo. Reperes culturels dans le theater d'Eduardo de Filippo. Toulouse: Editions Universitaires du Sud, 2002.

Il frale nerbo per Alberto Caramella Alberto Caramella (1928-2007) has spent all his life in Florence. He was an Italian poet. His first poetical works were published in 1995 after a successful career as a lawyer. In 1997 he founded the "Fondazione il Fiore" in Florence, dedicated to the promotion of poetry. . Acura di Francesco Sberlati. Rome: Bulzoni, 2002.

Minghelli, Giuliana. In the Shadow of the Mammoth. Italo Svevo Aron Ettore Schmitz (December 19, 1861 – September 13 1928), better known by the pseudonym Italo Svevo, was an Italian businessman and author of novels, plays, and short stories.  and the Emergence of Modernism. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002.

Pizzi, Katia. A City in Search of an Author. The Literary Identity of Trieste. London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001.

Articles

Anselmi, William. "Flessibilita della poetica: degli stili di Ezio Comparoni." RStI 19.2 (2001): 252-58.

Appel, Anne Milano. "Extremes of 'Remembering': Translation as 'Figura.'" FI 36.2 (2002): 447-56.

Aste, Mario. "Myself in It: Memories of a Civil War 1943-45." RStI 19.1 (2001): 59-68.

Aste, Mario. "The Self, the Other and Romance: A Character Study of Rubini's The Station." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 437-45.

Baratti, Stefano. "Collage rimanelliano fra intuizione e consapevolezza, tra eros e thanatos." RStI 19.1 (2001): 69-71.

Bettella, Patrizia. "La vecchia La Vecchia is an Italian surname:
  • Jaynee LaVecchia, American Justice
  • Luigi Lavecchia, Italian footballer
See also
  • Luca Portavecchia
  • Vitangelo Spadavecchia

This page or section lists people with the surname La Vecchia.
 guardiana e lo sguardo del poeta." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 63-73.

Biagini, Elisa. "L'ossessione del linguaggio: le prime opere di Ketty La Rocca La Rocca ia an Irish rock band, formed in Dublin, Ireland in 2002.

The band formed when college friends Nick Haworth and Alan Redmond met Bjorn Baillie in Cardiff, they were later joined by Bjorn’s younger brother Simon.
." RStI 19.1 (2001): 111-26.

Bietolini, Nicola. "I 'concatenati dolori.' Esilio, scrittura e censura nell'autobiografia letteraria e ne 'L'esule' di Pietro Giannone Pietro Giannone (7 May 1676 – 17 March 1748) was an Italian historian born in Ischitella, in the province of Capitanata. He opposed the papal influence in Naples. ." AdI 20 (2002): 187-200.

Blum, Cinzia Sartini. "Toni Maraini's vivere vagabondo: Exile as the Last Utopia." AdI 20 (2002): 325-42.

Bonaffini, Luigi. "Dialect, Jazz, Polyphony polyphony (pəlĭf`ənē), music whose texture is formed by the interweaving of several melodic lines. The lines are independent but sound together harmonically. , and the Loom of Language in Giose Rimanelli's Detroit Blues This article may contain original research or unverified claims.

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." RStI 19.1 (2001): 83-98.

Borraro, Giovanni. "Giose e il jazz." RStI 19.1 (2001): 99-104.

Bullaro, Grace Russo. "Guy Ritchie's Swept Away: Is There an Echo in This Room?" FI 36.2 (2002): 457-59.

Burns, Jennifer. "Exile within Italy: Interactions between Past and Present 'Homes' in Texts in Italian by Migrant Writers." AdI 20 (2002): 369-84.

Butcher, John. "Eugenio Montale Eugenio Montale (October 12, 1896 – September 12, 1981) was an Italian poet, prose writer, editor and translator, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1975. Life
Early years
Montale was born in Genoa.
 and Italo Calvino Noun 1. Italo Calvino - Italian writer of novels and short stories (born in Cuba) (1923-1987)
Calvino
: Le Cosmicomiche, Ti con zero, and the Post-Buffera Verse." FI 36.2 (2002): 411-37.

Butcher, John. "Eugenio Montale Reading Karl Lowith: From Critica dell'esistenza storica to Satura." RStI 19.2 (2001): 173-86.

Campa, Annunziata O. "Utopia e disincanto: l'esilio degli intellettuali spagnoli nella diaspora della Guerra Civile." AdI 20 (2002): 275-84.

Campa, Riccardo. "L'immagine della rigenerazione." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 17-36.

Camps, Assumpta. "Viaggio e esilio in Dino Campana: per un'ermeneutica della sua opera." AdI 20 (2002): 259-74.

Capek-Habekovic, Romana. "Listening to the Beat of Different Drums: Giose Rimanelli's Latest Poetry." RStI 19.1 (2001): 105-21.

Cappelletti, Vincenzo. "La civilta del 'Logos' al cambio del millennio." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 9-16.

Carloni, Renata, and Elvira G. Di Fabio. "Analizzare le fiabe: leggere Calvino giocando con le carte di Propp." ITAL 79.4 (2002): 479-95.

Carravetta, Peter. "'L'America e soltanto un altro posto': intervista con Giose Rimanelli (aprile 1972)." RStI 19.1 (2001): 122-39.

Cavallaro, Daniela. "Accadde a Roma: la voce delle donne nel teatro e nella storia." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 147-53.

Ceretta, Omar. "L'autobiografia che cura: esperienza e scrittura del dolore in Ottiero Ottieri." FI 36.2 (2002): 339-59.

Ciccuto, Marcello. "La pieta della mente di Renzo Ricchi." RStI 19.2 (2001): 265-67.

Corsi, Pietro. "Compar Giose: tra arte e vita." RStI 19.1 (2001): 140-52.

Cortesi, Luigi. "1945: una ragazzata nella tragedia, e l'incontro con Giose." RStI 19.1 (2001): 153-62.

Costa-Zalessow, Natalia. "Le Fantasie poetiche di Virginia Bazzani Cavazzoni." EL 27.2 (2002): 55-75.

De Benedictis, Raffaele. "That History Which Is Not Umberto Eco's Baudolino." FI 36.2 (2002): 393-410.

Di Giammarino, Gabriele. "Un articolo di Moravia sul romanzo collettivista." RStI 19.2 (2001): 243-51.

Di Salvo, Thomas and Lee Hilliker. "Christ Didn't Stop in Italy: Giuseppe Tornatore's L'uomo delle stelle and the Southern Question." FI 36.1 (2002): 109-29.

Di Salvo, Thomas, and Lee Hilliker. "Christ Didn't Stop in Sicily: Points of Cinematic Intersection in Giuseppe Tornatore's L'uomo delle stelle." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 46. Tomo 2 (2002): 447-53.

Druker, Jonathan. "Authoritative Testimony and Authoritarian Discourse in Primo Levi's Se questo e un uomo." ItC 19.1 (2001): 41-52.

Esposito, Vittoriano. "La narrativa di Dino Claudio." RStI 19.2 (2001): 259-64.

Fabbian, Chiara. "A ciascuno il suo. L'abito, il corpo e il profumo in Rube di Giuseppe Antonio Borgese Giuseppe Antonio Borgese (november 12, 1882 - december 4, 1952) was an Italian writer, journalist and literary critic. Biography
Borgese was born in Polizzi Generosa, near Palermo (Sicily). He graduated in literature at the University of Florence in 1903.
." ITAL 80.1 (2003): 21-39.

Fontanella, Luigi. "La narrativa in inglese di Giose Rimanelli: una lettura di Benedetta in Guysterland e di Accademia." RStI 19.1 (2001): 163-78.

Gaetani, Marco. "La passione della coscienza: sulla poesia di Ennio Abate." RStI 19.2 (2001): 187-218.

Galigani, Pierpaolo. "Due forme forme (form) pl. formes   [Fr.] form.

forme fruste  (froost) pl. formes frustes   an atypical, especially a mild or incomplete, form, as of a disease.
 narrative a confronto: I malavoglia I Malavoglia is the best known novel by Giovanni Verga. It was first printed in 1881.

This work belongs to the Ciclo dei vinti, together with Mastro-don Gesualdo, and La Duchessa di Leira, L'Onorevole Scipioni and
 e le Fiabe fantastiche. Le novelle della nonna di Emma Periodi." FI 36.1 (2002): 140-64.

Guida, Patrizia. "L'eclissi del cittadino in Pianissimo di Camillo Sbarbaro." ItC 19.1 (2001): 53-66.

Heyer-Caput, Margherita. "Arte e storia come 'poiesis' al femminile ne L'invenzione della verita di Marta Morazzoni." ItC 19.1 (2001): 67-84.

Johnson, John R. L. "The Social Context of Literar Production in Post-War Friuli: Authors, Readers, and the Transformation of the Cultural Field." ItC 19.1 (2001): 85-110.

Jung, Hwa Yol. "The Posthumous McLuhan." RStI 19.2 (2001): 27-47.

Khalip, Jacques. "Love's Maturity: Pasolini's 'La scoperta di Marx.'" FI 36.2 (2002): 360-92.

Klopp, Charles. "Testimonianza di una retorica e di una pieta: l'espressionismo lirico di Gesualdo Bufalino Gesualdo Bufalino (Comiso, Italy, November 15, 1920 - June 14 1996), was an Italian writer.

Gesualdo Bufalino was born in Comiso, Sicily. He studied literature and was, for most of his life a high-school professor in his hometown.
." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 253-59.

Lastilla, Leonardo. "Mangelliana: i percorsi della letteratura." FI 36.1 (2002): 84-108.

Leonardo, Laura. "To Eff the Ineffable: Can Metasemantic Poetry Be Translated?" FI 36.1 (2002): 69-83.

Licastro, Emanuele. "Pirandello's Chauvinism chauvinism (shō`vənĭzəm), word derived from the name of Nicolas Chauvin, a soldier of the First French Empire. Used first for a passionate admiration of Napoleon, it now expresses exaggerated and aggressive nationalism. , Obsessions, Characters and His Muse Marta Abba Marta Abba (born June 25, 1900 in Milan, Italy; died June 24, 1988 in Milan) was an Italian actress who had a relationship with the famous Italian Nobel Prize winner playwright Luigi Pirandello. ." FI 36.1 (2002): 190-95.

Lombardi, Giancarlo. "Parigi o cara: Terrorism, Exile, and Escape in Contemporary Cinema and Fiction." AdI 20 (2002): 403-23.

Lombardi, Norberto. "Quasi una vita: intervista a Giose Rimanelli." RStI 19.1 (2001): 179-219.

Luciano, Bernadette. "Storytelling and Collective Memory: The Taviani brothers' La notre di San Lorenzo San Lorenzo, town, S Honduras, on the Gulf of Fonseca. Its satellite, Henecán is the chief Pacific port of Honduras. Henecán's modern port facilities and deepwater harbor and channel approach were constructed in the late 1970s after the old port at ." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2:467-71.

Magri, Iole Fiorillo. "I tre amori di Manilo Cancogni: la propria pro·pri·a  
n.
Plural of proprium.
 terra, la lingua e la poesia." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 261-65.

Manai, Franco. "I gialli di Loriano Macchiavelli: gusto dell'affabulazione e denuncia sociale." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 267-77.

Mancini, Duccio. "Il sabbatico 1983/84 di Giose Rimanelli nel Molise: musica e poesia, pittura e motocicletta." RStI 19.1 (2001): 220-27.

Mangan, Jacqueline Samperi. "La morte onnipresente. Metafore tetre in tre romanzi di donne svizzere." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 359-67.

Marcus, Millicent. "Primo Levi Primo Michele Levi (July 31, 1919 – April 11, 1987) was a Jewish Italian chemist, Holocaust survivor and author of memoirs, short stories, poems, and novels.

He is best known for his work on the Holocaust, and in particular his account of the year he spent as a
: The Biographer's Challenge and the Reader's Double Bind." ITAL 80.1 (2003): 67-72.

Marino, Michele Carlo. "Italinemo: un sito per le riviste di italianistica nel mondo mon·do   Slang
adj.
Enormous; huge: a mondo list of pizza toppings.

adv.
Extremely; very: a mondo big mistake.
." ITAL 80.1 (2003): 80-82.

Marrone, Gaetana. "Il mito di Babele in La pelle di Curzio Malaparte: pathos, veggenza, e l'invenzione nel racconto cinematografico." RStI 19.2 (2001): 219-32.

Mastri, Augusto. "A Feminine Verista: Maria Messina's Muted Voice." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 279-87.

Matteo, Sante. "Molise Lost and Regained in Rimanelli's American Odyssey." RStI 19.1 (2001): 228-45.

Monastra, Rosa Maria. "Bufalino e il linguaggio biblico-cristiano: tra pieta ed empieta." RStI 19.2 (2001): 107-18.

Moretti, Mafia Cecilia. "Dantismo di Luzi e valenze metamorfiche del Veglio di Creta." L'Italia nella lingua e riel pensiero 1: 289-09.

Nissen, Christopher. "Il concetto del novelliere nelle opere di Simone Prodenzani." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1:135-45.

Pagano, Tullio. "Il trionfo della simulazione in Cosi e (se vi pare)." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 311-21.

Pallotta, Augustus. "Tabucchi and the Postmodern." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1:323-27.

Palumbo, Patrizia. "National Integrity and African Malaise in Ennio Flaiano's Tempo di uccidere." FI 36.1 (2002): 53-68.

Parmegiani, Sandra. "L'immagine della donna nelle raccolte di narrativa veneziane del Settecento e di primo Ottocento." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 181-89.

Parronchi, Alessandro. "Tre poesie inedite con 'Nota' di Silvio Ramat." FI 36.1 (2002): 165-68.

Pasanisi, Roberto. "Giorgio Caproni: l'assoluto e le cose." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 329-35.

Pedri, Nancy. "From Photographic Product to Photographic Text: Lalla Romano's Movement Away from Ekphrasis." RStI 19.2 (2001): 141-61.

Pedriali, Federica G. "Il cielo scritto di Gonzalo sulla struttura del dolore gaddiano." FI 36.2 (2002): 283-96.

Ponce De Leon Ponce de Le·ón   , Juan 1460-1521.

Spanish explorer who sailed with Columbus on his second voyage (1493-1494) and discovered Florida (1513) while looking for the legendary Fountain of Youth.

Noun 1.
, Maria. "Letteratura nelle carceri. La poesia fra meccanismo di sopravvivenza e creativita." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 337-43.

Postman, Sheryl Lynn. "Road Signs Down a Path of Non Sequiturs in Giose Rimanelli's Graffiti." RStI 19.1 (2001): 246-62.

Postman, Sheryl Lynn. "Red, White, and Detroit Blues di Giose Rimanelli." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 421-34.

Raboni, Giovanni. "A proposito di Azul di Luigi Fontanella." RStI 19.2 (2001): 268-70.

Ragusa, Olga. "Vita postuma del Gattopardo: recuperi, commenti e singolarita." ITAL 80.1 (2003): 40-52.

Ratto, Franco. "Scienza e utopia in Domenica Comba." RStI 19.2 (2001): 86-106.

Ricci, Roberta. "Morphologies and Functions of Self-Criticism in Modern Times: Has the Author Come Back?" MLN 118.1 (2003): 116-46.

Rimanelli, Giose. "Note di lettura sulla sapienza della traduzione nelle antologie trilingue triade Bonaffini, Serrao, Vitiello." FI 36.1 (2002): 201-11.

Rimanelli, Giose. "Ode a Peppe Jovine, tra canto e aneddoto." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 345-57.

Rimanelli, Giose. "Nivale (fantasie e fantasime)." RStI 19.1 (2001): 1-58.

Riviello, Tonia C. "Quattordici domande a Giose Rimanelli." RStI 19.1 (2001): 263-73.

Rorato, Laura. "L'arte di perdere peso di Mario Fortunato, ovvero il paradigma dell'esilio in eta contemporanea." AdI 20 (2002): 343-54.

Rorato, Laura. "Canone inverso: The Voices of Memory and the Silence of (Hi)story. An Anatomy of the Postmodern Condition." ItC 19.1 (2001): 127-138.

Rushing, Robert. "Alessandro Baricco's Seta: Travel, Ventriloquism ventriloquism: see puppet.
ventriloquism

Art of “throwing” one's voice in such a way that the sound seems to come from a source other than the speaker.
, and the Other." MLN 118.1 (2003): 209-36.

Saccone, Eduardo. "Narrative di crisi. Sulla forma di alcuni romanzi e novelle di Federigo Tozzi." MLN 118.1 (2003): 194-208.

Salsano, Roberto. "Mito, biografia, letteratura nella radiofonia di Mario Verdone." RStI 19.2 (2001): 233-42.

Sartelli, Katia. "Tiro al piccione: une memoire en couleur." RStI 19.1 (2001): 274-84.

Scapinelli, Francesca. "Il giovane Gadda attraverso il suo epistolario." FI 36.2 (2002): 253-82.

Schiliro, Massimo. "La memoria del cronista: sul Diario romano di Vitaliano Brancati." RStI 19.2 (2001): 119-40.

Scotellaro, Rocco. "La rivolta del 1942 a Tricarico con 'Nota' di Franco Vitelli." FI 36.1 (2002): 169-78.

Serrao, Achille. "Antologie dialettali del Novecento." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1:369-73.

Sevilla, Jose M. "La filosofia e la giovane generazione dei filosofi spagnoli." RStI 19.2 (2001): 271-75.

Siani, Cosma. "Un'area inesplorata della poesia dialettale: il Gargano." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 375-88.

Spaziani-Testa, Susanna. "La rappresentatione letteraria della clausura tra artificio e realta: due esperienze femminili del XIX e XX secolo." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 233-39.

St. Ours, Kathryn. "Religion and Religiosity re·li·gi·os·i·ty  
n.
1. The quality of being religious.

2. Excessive or affected piety.

Noun 1. religiosity - exaggerated or affected piety and religious zeal
religiousism, pietism, religionism
 in the Short Fiction of Dino Buzzati." FI 36.2 (2002): 297-315.

Torriglia, Annamaria. "Marinai senza stelle before and after the 8th of September." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 473-77.

Tosi, Giuseppe. "Dall'attesa alla storia-esilio. La memoria e l'identita in Se non ora, quando? di Primo Levi." AdI 20 (2002): 285-306.

Vettori, Alessandro. "Giuda tradito, ovvero l'ermeneutica parodica di Giuseppe Berto." MLN 118.1 (2003): 168-95.

Vettori, Alessandro. "La predestinazione al male nell'opera di Giuseppe Berto." FI 36.2 (2002): 316-38.

Virgilio, Alberto. "Diritto e creativita." FI 36.2 (2002): 460-63.

Vitelli, Caterina Falotico. "Nuova scrittura al femminile." FI 36.2 (2002): 480-85.

Vitti, Antonio. "Dal 'pedinamento' all'affabulazione cinematografica in Stanno tutti tut·ti   Music
adv. & adj.
All. Used chiefly as a direction to indicate that all performers are to take part.

n. pl. tut·tis
1.
 bene." ITAL 80.1 (2003): 53-66.

Vitti, Antonio. "'Noi che facciamo crescere il grano': soggetto di un film mai realizzato." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 479-91.

West, Rebecca. "Manganelli and Niccolai: The Unlikely Bond between a Junghian 'Bishop' and a Buddhist Nun." ITAL 80.1 (2003): 73-79.

Wright, Simona. "Esperienza dell'esilio nella poesia di Gezim Hajdari." AdI 20 (2002): 385-402.

Reviews

Antonucci, Daniela Bisello. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 301-03. Vincenzo Crupi: L'altra faccia della luna. Assoluto e mistero nell'opera di Luigi Pirandello (1997).

Bracco, Vittorio. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 306-07. Francesco Lombardi, ed.: Fra cinema e musica del Novecento: il caso Nino Rota dai documenti (2000).

Brose n. 1. Pottage made by pouring some boiling liquid on meal (esp. oatmeal), and stirring it. It is called beef brose, water brose, etc., according to the name of the liquid (beef broth, hot water, etc.) used. , Margaret. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 109-11. Ellen Nerenberg: Prison Terms: Representing Confinement during and after Italian Fascism (2002).

Bullaro, Grace Russo. In FI 36.1 (2002): 245-47. Carlo Celli: The Divine Comic: The Cinema of Roberto Benigni (2001).

Bullaro, Grace Russo. In FI 36.2 (2002): 499-501. Anna Maria Torriglia: Broken Time, Fragmented Space: A Cultural Map for Postwar Italy (2002).

Bullaro, Grace Russo. In FI 36.2 (2002): 506-08. Roberto Calasso: The Forty-Nine Steps (2001).

Bullaro, Grace Russo. In FI 36.1 (2002): 243-45. Howard Curle and Stephen Snyder, eds.: Vittorio De Sica Noun 1. Vittorio De Sica - Italian film maker (1901-1974)
De Sica
: Contemporary Perspectives (2000).

Bussino, Giovanni. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 111-13. Franco Zangrilli: Pirandello nell'America latina (2001).

Bussino, Giovanni R. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 565-67. Franco Zangrilli: Il bestiario di Pirandello (2001).

Campani, Ermelinda M. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 312-15. Marcia Landy: Italian Film (2000).

Canfield, Martha L. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 107-08. Luigi Fontanella: The Transparent Life and Other Poems (2000). Luigi Fontanella: Angels of Youth (2000).

Capek-Habekovic, Romana. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 318-20. Sheryl Lynn Postman: Crossing the Acheron: A Study of Nine Novels by Giose Rimanelli (2000).

Carapezza, Francesco. In MLN 118.1 (2003): 267-70. Nunzio La Fauci: Lucia, Marcovaldo e altri soggetti pericolosi (2001).

Cardelli, Mascia. In FI 36.2 (2002): 495-97. Ernesto G. Caserta: Saggi critici su Croce (2001).

Castronuovo, David. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 116-18. Alan R. Perry: Il santo partigiano martire. La retorica del sacrificio nelle biografie commemorative (2001).

Cavallaro, Daniela. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 118-20. Maricla Boggio, ed.: Le Isabelle. Dal teatro della Maddalena alla Isabella Andreini (2002)

Chirumbolo, Paolo. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 315-17. Rocco Capozzi: Lettura, interpretazione e intertestualita: esercizi di commento a Il nome Nome (nōm), city (1990 pop. 3,500), W Alaska, on the southern side of Seward Peninsula, on Norton Sound; founded c.1898, when gold was discovered on the beach there. It is the commercial, government, and supply center for NW Alaska, with an airport.  della rosa (2001).

Dombroski, Robert. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 316-17. Tonia Caterina Riviello, ed.: Women in Italian Cinema (2001).

Finizio, Gabriella. In ITAL 80.1 (2003): 113-14. Anna Grimaldi Morosoff: Transfigurations "Transfigurations" is the title of an episode from the third season of . Plot
The Enterprise discovers a crashed escape pod in an unexplored star system. Investigating, they find there is one critically injured passenger in the pod, and the crew brings him aboard the ship.
. The Autobiographical Novels of Sibilla Aleramo (1999).

Lucamante, Stefania. In FI 36.2 (2002): 510-11. Roberta Kremer, ed.: Memory and Mastery. Primo Levi as Writer and Witness (2001).

Luconi, Stefano. In FI 36.2 (2002): 514-15. Simone Cinotto: Una famiglia che mangia insieme: cibo ed etnicita nella comunita italoamericana di New York, 1920-1940 (2001).

Maggi, Marina. In EL 27.2 (2002): 119-22. Umberto Mariani: La creazione del vero. Il maggior teatro di Pirandello (2001).

Marsico, Rosanna. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 308-11. Ermelinda M. Campani: L'anticonformista. Bernardo Bertolucci e il suo cinema (1998).

Matteo, Sante. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 321-24. Pietro Corsi: Omicidio in un paese di cacciatori (2000).

McDonald, Michael P. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 296-300. Claudia Salads: Marinetti: arte e vita futurista (1997).

Nicolai, Adeodato Piazza. In FI 36.1 (2002): 234-38. Patrizia Fanelli: Compresa la distanza (2000).

Pallotta, Augustus. In FI 36.2 (2002): 51 6-18. Olga Ragusa: Gli anni americani di Giuseppe Prezzolini: il Dipartimento d'Italiano e la Casa Italiana della Columbia University (2001).

Pietralunga, Mark. In FI 36.2 (2002): 497-99. Antonio Catalfamo, ed.: Ritorno all'uomo. Saggi internazionali di critica pavesiana (2001).

Pocci, Luca. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 310-14. A. M. Jeannet: Under the Radiant Sun and the Crescent Moon: Italo Calvino's Storytelling (2000).

Pugliese, Stanislao G. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 112-13. A. James Gregor A. James Gregor (born April 2, 1929) is a Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley who is well known for his views on fascism and security issues.

He was born Anthony Gimigliano in New York City.
: Giovanni Gentile: Philosopher of Fascism (2001).

Pugliese, Stanislao G. In FI 36.2 (2002): 508-09. Robert S. Gordon: Primo Levi's Ordinary Virtues: From Testimony to Ethics (2001).

Sacca, Annalisa. In FI 36.1 (2002): 231-34. Antonio Catalfamo: Diario pavesiano (2001).

Saccone, Eduardo. In MLN 118.1 (2003): 271-74. Riccardo Castellana: "Bilanci: Federigo Tozzi 1990-2000," Moderna. Semestrale di teoria e critica della letteratura 3.1 (2001) (2002).

Somigli, Luca. In FI 36.2 (2002): 501-04. Rocco Capozzi: Lettura, interpretazione e intertestualita: esercizi di commento a Il nome della rosa (2001).

Tini, Guglielmo. In RStI 19.2 (2001): 291-95. Brian Moloney: Italo Svevo narratore. Lezioni triestine (1998).

Vitti-Alexander, Maria Rosada. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 567-68. Roberto Salsano: L'immagine e la smorfia. Rosso di San Secondo e dintorni (2001).

Vizmuller-Zocco, Jana. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 557-58. Angelo Chiuchiu, Giuseppe Asciak Pace, and Marion Asciak Pace: Ambienti. Percorsi letterari del '900 italiano (2001).

Wood, Sharon. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 306-09. A. M. Jeannet and G. Sanguineti Katz: Natalia Ginzburg : A Voice of the Twentieth Century (2000).

Zangrilli, Franco. In FI 36.1 (2002): 228-30. Umberto Mariani: La creazione del vero. Il maggior teatro di Pirandello (2001).

ITALIAN-AMERICAN/CANADIAN STUDIES

Books

Tonelli, Bill, ed. The Italian American Reader. A Collection of Outstanding Fiction, Memoirs, Journalism, Essays, and Poetry. New York: Harper Collins, 2003.

Articles

Abetti, Pier Antonio. "Coela Tango: A Life." ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 22-55.

Anselmi, William. "Rapportare la scrittura in dislocazione: avanguardia e letteratura italo-canadese." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 391-97.

Di Fabio, Elvira G. "What's in a Name? The Common Immigrant Experience." ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 56-65.

Mignone, Mario. "Identita nazionale italiana ed emigrazione." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 405-13.

Sanhueza, Ma. Teresa. "Italian Immigrants in Argentina: Some Representations on Stage." ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 5-21.

Reviews

Albright, Carol Bonomo. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 109-10. Leon J. Radomile: Heritage Italian-American Style (2002).

Astarita, Tommaso. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 111-12. Thomas James Dandelet: Spanish Rome, 1500-1700 (2001).

Daniele, Daniela. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 106. Mary Caponegro: The Complexities of Intimacy (2001).

Gennari, John. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 114-15. David Evanier: Making the Wiseguys Weep: The Jimmy Roselli Story (1998).

Grube, Alberta Fabris. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 117-18. Kim Addonizio: Tell Me: Poems (2000).

Guida, George. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 105. Anthony Giardina: Recent History: A Novel (2001).

Kane, Mary Patricia. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 116-17. Cris Mazza: Girl Beside Him (2001).

Mazzaro, Jerome. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 109. Michael Palma Palma or Palma de Mallorca (päl`mä thā mälyôr`kä), city (1990 pop. 325,120), capital of Majorca island and of Baleares prov., Spain, on the Bay of Palma. : A Fortune in Gold (2000).

Nunes, Rosana Barbosa. In RStI 19.1 (2001): 325-26. Gloria La Cava: Italians in Brazil. The Post-World War II Experience (1999).

Periconi, James. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 114. Betty L. Santangelo: Lucky Corner: The Biography of Congressman Alfred E. Santangelo Alfred Edward Santangelo (June 4, 1912 - March 30, 1978) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from New York.

Santangelo was born in New York City.
 (1999).

Romeo, Caterina. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 106-07. Louisa Ermelino: The Black Madonna (2001).

Saracino, Mary. In ItalAm 21.1 (2003): 110-11. Fortunato Pasqualino: The Little Jesus of Sicily (1999).

PEDAGOGY AND LINGUISTICS

Books

Haller, Herrman. La festa delle lingue: la letteratura dialettale in Italia. Roma: Carocci Editore, 2002.

Lepschy, Giulio. Mother Tongues and Other Reflections on the Italian Language. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002.

Russo, Antonio. The English-Italian Lexical Converter: An Easy Way to Learn Italian Vocabulary. Brooklyn, NY: Legas, 2003.

Articles

Antenos-Conforti, Enza. "La vita all'italiana: Comparing Representations of Culture in Self-Instructional and Elementary Programs." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 665-73.

Anzilotti, Gloria Italiano. "Lingua italiana, Quo vadis?" L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 629-33.

Baldini, Pier Raimondo. "Uses and Abuses of the Internet." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 493-97.

Bancheri, Salvatore, and Michael Lettieri. "Technology and Assessment at Middlebury College." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 697-711.

Bandini, Anna, Monica Barni, and Laura Sprugnoli. "La CILS--Certificazione di italiano come lingua straniera e i pubblici dell'italiano: tradizione e innovazione nella composizione e nei bisogni." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 499-509.

Barki, Pazit. "Il linguaggio delle webchat." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 511-25.

Bolli, Giuliana Greco. "CommuniCAT: A Computer Adaptive Testing for Italian as a Foreign Language." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 607-13.

Cairns Cairns, city (1991 pop. 64,463), Queensland, NE Australia, on Trinity Bay. It is a principal sugar port of Australia; lumber and other agricultural products are also exported. The city's proximity to the Great Barrier Reef has made it a tourist center. , Christopher. "Practical Theatre in a 'Total Immersion' Language Learning Context." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 765-69.

Chiari, Isabella. "La procedura cloze cloze  
adj.
Based on or being a test of reading comprehension in which the test taker is asked to supply words that have been systematically deleted from a text.



[Alteration of closure.]

Adj.
, la ridondanza e la valutazione della competenza della lingua italiana." ITAL 79.4 (2002): 525-40.

Chodzinski, Raymond T. "Supervising the Student-Teacher of Language as a Non-Speaker: A Case for Authentic Assessment from a Faculty Perspective." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 527-33.

Ciliberti, Anna. "Ideologia linguistica ed apprendimento." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 535-43.

Comodi, Anna. "Fare teatro, fare lingua nella didattica dell'italiano L2." L'Italia nella lingua e riel pensiero 2: 553-61.

Croce, Marcella. "Dal Medioevo ai pupi." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 1: 225-31.

De Cesare, Anna-Maria. "Gli usi e le funzioni dell' avverbio proprio." ITAL 79.4 (2002): 453-65.

Diadori, Pierangela. "'Small Is Beautiful': l'italiano fra le lingue meno usate, apprese e insegnate in Europa nell'era del computer." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 563-83.

Fumagalli, Nadia. "Varieta di apprendimento dell'italiano L2 e livelli di certificazione: un confronto." L'Italia nella lingua e riel pensiero 2: 595-605.

Gatto, Vincenzo. "Linguaggi settoriali in un corso elementare e in un contesto di immersione totale a Middlebury college." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 771-75.

Gola, Sabina. "Grammatica o 'Nuova grammatica' dell'esilio." AdI 20 (2002): 355-68.

Grew, Philip, and Silvia Kunitz. "Speech Types in Second-Language Teaching." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 615-27.

Iannacito, Roberta. "L'assimilazione progressiva nel dialetto molisano di Villa San Michele The Villa San Michele was built around the turn of the 20th century, by the Swedish physician, Axel Munthe, on the ruins of the Roman Emperor, Tiberius' villa, on the Island of Capri, Italy.  (IS)." ITAL 79.4 (2002): 509-24.

Inglese, Mario. "Sintassi e pragmatica del pronome loro." ITAL 79.4 (2002): 466-78.

Iuele-Colilli, Diana, and Paul Colilli. "Appunti sull'insegnamento dell'italiano a livello postlaurea." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2:545-51.

Katainen, V. Louise. "Teaching Italian Culture Through Film: Methodological and Pedagogical ped·a·gog·ic   also ped·a·gog·i·cal
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of pedagogy.

2. Characterized by pedantic formality: a haughty, pedagogic manner.
 Challenges." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 455-65.

Lebano, Edoardo A. "L'insegnamento dell'italiano nei colleges e nelle universita degli Stati Uniti." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2:731-33.

Lettieri, Michael, and Maddalena Kuitunen. "Lo studio dell'italiano nelle universita canadesi." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 735-45.

Lopriore, Lucilla. "L'accertamento delle competenze orali nella certificazione CILS CILS Commerce Information Locator Service
CILS Continuous Integrated Logistics System
CILS Chicago International Language School (Chigasaki, Kanagawa, Japan)
CILS Center for International Law Studies
CILS Crew-In-the-Loop Simulator
: la valutazione in loco e la valutazione." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 635-37.

Loriggio, Francesco. "Ragioni di un antologia: presentazione di L'altra storia." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 399-403.

Mannino, Grace. "Introducing and Implementing the Standards for Learning Italian K-16." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 787-88.

Maruca, Gaetano. "Scienze umane/filologia e linguistica: la 'linguistica computazionale.'" L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 639-43.

Minciarelli, Fausto. "Ipertesto e didattica." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 795-809.

Noble, Cinzia Donatelli. "L'italiano in tre giorni di immersione totale: contenuto, metodologia, risultati." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 585-93.

Nota, Alyssa. "Italian Voices Around the World: A Look at Variations of Italian Spoken in Argentina and Ethiopia." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 415-19.

Osterhus, Betty, and Grace Pirraglia. "Integrating Multiple Intelligences and Internet Lessons." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 777-85.

Proudfoot, Anna. "The Language of the Italian Media." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 759-63.

Rosini, Rosanna Masiola. "La traduzione: un approccio inter-culturale e interdisciplinare." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 675-95.

Skubikowski, Ugo. "Bridging the Gap between Language Learning and Disciplinary Content: A Proposal for Goals in Third-Semester Italian." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2:645-51.

Ventriglia, Lina. "Strategie per la promozione linguistico-culturale e per la formazione e l'aggiomamento dei docenti dei corsi di lingua e cultura italiana." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 791-93.

Villarini, Andrea. "I contesti di utilizzo della perifrasi Stare + Gerundio: una proposta di classificazione." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 653-63.

Waldbaum, Roberta K. "Cinema and the Teaching of Italian Culture: World War II from Italian and German Perspective." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 747-57.

Reviews

Farina, Luciano F. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 558-60. T. Marin and S. Magnelli: Progetto Italiano 3 (2002).

Haller, Hermann W. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 550-51. Stefania Scaglione: Attrition. Mutamenti sociolinguistici nel lucchese di San Francisco (2000).

Moro, A. L. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 542-45. Francesco Sabatini and Vittorio Coletti: DISC Compact: Dizionario Italiano-Sabatini-Colletti, edizione in CD-Rom (1997).

Needham, Jonathan. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 553-54. Joseph A. Tursi and Brian Rea O'Connor: Oggi in Italia: A First Course in Italian (2002). Suzanne Branciforte and Anna Grassi: Parliamo italiano! (2002).

Nuessel, Frank. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 556-57. Michael Vena, ed.: Luigi Chiarelli. La maschera e il volto (2002).

Santipolo, Matteo. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 551-52. Michele A. Cortelazzo: Italiano d'oggi (2000).

Santipolo, Matteo. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 552. Roberto Beretta be·ret·ta or ber·ret·ta  
n.
Variants of biretta.
: Il piccolo ecclesialese illustrato (2000).

Santipolo, Matteo. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 552-53. Attilio Bartoli Langelli: La scrittura dell'italiano (2000).

Stefanini, Ruggiero. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 541-42. Atlante Lessicale Toscano (ALT) (2001).

Stefanini, Ruggiero. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 545-50. Arrigo Castellani: Grammatica storica della lingua italiana (2001).

Urbancic, Anne. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 554-56. Pierangela Diadori, ed.: Insegnare italiano a stranieri (2001).

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 76.2 (2002): 215-20.

Gathercole, P.: A. Banti, La signorina e altri racconti (New York: 2001). Gathercole, P., A. Banti, Stories (New York: 2001). Klopp, C.: F. De Filippo, Una storia anche d'amore (Milan: 2001). Jeannet, A. M.: S. Grasso, La pupa pupa (py`pə), name for the third stage in the life of an insect that undergoes complete metamorphosis, i.e., develops from the egg through the larva and the pupa stages to the adult.  di zucchero (Milan: 2001). d'Angelo, Giovanni: D. Longo, Un mattino a Irgalem (Milan: 2001). Capozzi, R.: A. Moresco, Canti del caos (Milan: 2001). Crane, R. S.: C. Piersanti, Luisa and the Silence (Evanston: 2002). King, M.: S. Tamaro, Rispondimi (Milan: 2001). Crane, R. S.: M. Venturi venturi

a tube with a decrease in the inside diameter that is used to increase the flow velocity of the fluid and thereby cause a pressure drop; used to measure the flow velocity (a venturimeter) or to draw another fluid into the stream.
, Da quando mi lasciasti (Milan: 2001). Capek-Habekovic, R.: A. Mundula, Americhe infinite (Milan: 2001). d'Angelo, G.: P. Nori, Diavoli (Turin: 2001).

The following brief reviews appear in WLT 76.3-4 (2002): 136-41.

Maceri, D.: A. Camilleri, L'odore della notte (Palermo: 2001). Capozzi, R.: S. Benni, Saltatempo (Milan: 2001). Klopp, C.: E. De Luca, Montedidio (Milan: 2001). Briffa, C.: L. Doninelli, La mano ma·no  
n. pl. ma·nos
A hand-held stone or roller for grinding corn or other grains on a metate.



[Spanish, hand, mano, from Latin manus, hand; see manner.]
 (Milan: 2001). Crane, R.: M. Fortunato, L'amore rimane (Milan: 2001). King, M.: F. Jaeggy, Proleterka (Milan: 2001). Cocozzella, P.: F. Parazzoli, Nessuno muore (Milan: 2001). Capozzi, R.: U. Eco, Five Moral Pieces (New York: 2001). King, M.: D. Maraini, La nave per Kobe: diari giapponesi di mia madre (Milan: 2001). Gathercole, P. M: P. Zovatto, Trieste and a Poet: Selected Poems (Trieste: 2002). d'Angelo, G.: P. Barbaro, Il paese ritrovato: ritorno ai Ronchi (Venice: 2001).
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