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From the Editor.

Volume 95.3 includes six up-to-date, high-quality and original research papers along with twelve relevant and insightful reviews. The issue is enhanced by a critical introduction to selected poems from an unpublished collection of verses, Divieto di sosta, by poet and professor of modern and contemporary Italian Literature, Luigi Ballerini. Thanks to these and previous contributions, our journal continues to be vibrant, engaging and accessible, and at the same time integrative and challenging.

The cover illustrates Tasso's famous episode of Rinaldo and Armida in the enchanted garden, captured by Dutch painter Jan Soens (c. 1547-c. 1611).

Any papers that you wish to submit, either individually or collaboratively, that will make a substantial contribution to the development and success of our journal, are much appreciated. I remind you that all submissions are peer-reviewed anonymously.

Buona lettura!



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Author:Lettieri, Michael
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Date:Sep 22, 2018
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