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  1. The essay was constructed as a series of numbered paragraphs -- a device which appealed to my own fascination with cinema and montage. (Web site)
  2. The essay was constructed as a series of numbered paragraphs ­- a device which appealed to my own fascination with cinema and montage.

Italian Writers

  1. This category is for stub articles relating to Italian writers.
  2. Valerio Evangelisti (born June 20, 1952) is one of the most popular Italian writers of science fiction, fantasy and horror. (Web site)

Andrea Camilleri

  1. Andrea Camilleri is one of Italy's most famous contemporary writers, a publishing sensation in Italy and abroad. (Web site)
  2. Andrea Camilleri is a director, author of scripts for theatre and television, as well as one of the most famous Italian contemporary writers.
  3. Andrea Camilleri is one of Italy's most famous contemporary writers.

Giuseppe Giacosa

  1. Giuseppe Giacosa ( 21 October, 1847 – 1 September, 1906) was an Italian poet, playwright and librettist.
  2. Tosca is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa, based on Victorien Sardou's drama, La Tosca. (Web site)
  3. Sung in Italian with English surtitles, the libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa is by turn delightful and poignant.

Grazia Deledda

  1. Grazia Deledda is a master of the art of fusing realism with idealism.
  2. Grazia Deledda was born in Nuoro, a small town in Sardinia. (Web site)
  3. Grazia Deledda was born in a little town called Nuoro in the island of Sardinia on September 27, 1871. (Web site)
  4. Grazia Deledda was known for naturalistic novels about the Sardinian peasantry, such as Elias Portolú (1903) and La madre (1920; The Mother, 1923).
  5. Grazia Deledda was known for naturalistic novels about the Sardinian peasantry, such as Elias Portolu (1903) and La madre (1920; The Mother, 1923).

Valerio Evangelisti

  1. Valerio Evangelisti (born June 20, 1952) is one of the most popular Italian writers of science fiction, fantasy and horror. (Web site)
  2. Valerio Evangelisti Articoli, interventi, recensioni, critiche e curiosit-- riguardanti l'autore del ciclo di Nicolas Eymerich. (Web site)
  3. Valerio Evangelisti, geboren 1952 in Bologna, studierte Geschichte und ist Autor zahlreicher wissenschaftlicher Ver--ffentlichungen.

Luigi Pirandello

  1. Luigi Pirandello was a playwright, novelist, short story writer, poet and one of the leading dramatists of the twentieth century. (Web site)
  2. Luigi Pirandello - A biographical sketch of the Italian playwright. (Web site)
  3. Luigi Pirandello was also a poet. (Web site)
  4. Luigi Pirandello was born in 1867 in Girgenti (now Agrigento) on the island of Sicily.

Roberto Calasso

  1. Roberto Calasso is a full-time writer who also runs a successful publishing house, Adelphi Edizioni, in Milan.
  2. Roberto Calasso is a poet, translator and author and lives in Milan.
  3. Roberto Calasso is a remarkable publisher and a most extraordinary author.
  4. Roberto Calasso is the author of The Ruin of Kasch, The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony and Ka; K. is the fourth book in this series. (Web site)
  5. Roberto Calasso was born in Florence in 1941. (Web site)


  1. ABBA is a very special company.
  2. ABBA is the name of a former Swedish pop music group.
  3. Abba is a group who never truly had a bad album, but they crossed all boundaries with their 1980 release Super Trouper.
  4. Abba was the catalyst, Bini argues; together, the muse and the Maestro gave life to immortal artistic creations. (Web site)


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Adriano Sofri

  1. Adriano Sofri e il suo libro "De l'optimisme" al salone del libro di Parigi e su
  2. Le scorse annate delle rubriche: Adriano Sofri tiene una Piccola Posta quotidiana sul Foglio, e una rubrica settimanale su Panorama, Dopotutto.
  3. Sono online gli archivi della rubrica " Piccola Posta " di Adriano Sofri - pubblicata ogni giorno sul Foglio.

Alberto Savinio

  1. His brother, Andrea de Chirico, who became famous as Alberto Savinio, was also a writer and a painter. (Web site)
  2. Giorgio De Chirico and Alberto Savinio, two brothers, were both actually born in Greece from Italian parents, and lived there during their adolescence.


  1. The album was awarded an unending series of prizes and was greeted as "the best Italian album of the 1980s".
  2. The album was more rock-influenced and sported more electric guitars than her earlier records. (Web site)
  3. The album was named after the recording studio in Brooklyn where it was recorded. (Web site)

Alessandro Baricco

  1. Alessandro Baricco is a famous contemporary Italian writer.
  2. Alessandro Baricco is a great author of the actual generation and Silk is a prose-poetry book, with a fine beauty, melody, sweet expression, like Mozart.
  3. Alessandro Baricco is a popular Italian writer, director and performer.
  4. Alessandro Baricco is a writer, artist, stage director and journalist.


  1. Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Alighieri.
  2. La divina commedia, di Dante Alighieri, con doppio rimario e tre indici di Gianantonio Volpi.
  3. Dante Alighieri, [Rime] (Duecento: la poesia italiana dalle origini a Dante). (Web site)

Antonella Barba

  1. Antonella Barba is a former contestant on the sixth season of American Idol .
  2. Antonella Barba is a student, and according to her American Idol profile, she will return to school if she does not make it on American Idol.
  3. Antonella Barba is a true American Idol » Propeller Sorry, this url looks like it's pointing to a story but we can't find it.


  1. Articles are arranged in alphabetical order andvary from a paragraph to several pages.
  2. Articles are brief but many contain charts and photographs.
  3. Articles are cross-referenced and contain selected bibliographies.
  4. Articles are followed by bibliographies listing additional sources for further research.
  5. Articles are international in scope and cite relevant research.


  1. The author is a recent immigrant from the former Soviet Union and leading authority on Russian writings in Australia.
  2. The author is a renowned opera critic in his native Italy. (Web site)
  3. The author was a 9-year-old on board the ship and has in recent years retraced the eventful voyage.
  4. The author was a witness of the their frustrated attempts.
  5. The author was an imperial attendant for seventy years.

Avro Manhattan

  1. Avro Manhattan was the world's foremost authority on Roman Catholicism in politics. (Web site)


  1. Balbo was an earnest student of history, and made history useful for politics.
  2. Balbo was born at Turin on the 21st of November 1789. (Web site)


  1. Barba is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Michigan Association of CPAs.
  2. Barba is a partner in Steptoe & Johnson LLP's Washington office.


  1. Baricco is a fine reader of his own work. (Web site)
  2. Baricco is a literary cubist, a stylist who looks simultaneously at the several sides of things.


  1. Baroque is a style of unity imposed upon rich and massy detail. (Web site)
  2. It should be noted that the application of the term "Baroque" to music is a relatively recent development. (Web site)
  3. The term "Baroque" was initially used with a derogatory meaning, to underline the excesses of its emphasis. (Web site)


  1. In his foreword Bassani explains the organization of the catalogue and briefly sums up what a survey of the material reveals.
  2. The publication of this book, the culmination of decades of work by Ezio Bassani, is a major event in the art history of Africa.
  3. His novel was only published two years after his death, when Elena Croce sent it to Giorgio Bassani who published it at the Feltrinelli publishing house. (Web site)


  1. Battisti is a clinical social worker who teaches at Broome Community College and is a Ph.D. candidate at Marywood University.
  2. Battisti is a kind of mirror of their own past.


  1. Books are like imprisoned souls till someone takes them down from a shelf and frees them. (Web site)
  2. Books are linear and foster concentration and focus, while the web, with all its hyperlinks, is kinetic, scattered, all over the place.
  3. Books are shipped via "Express Delivery" using either Royal Mail (1st Class) or an express courier service.
  4. The books are actually a series of short vignettes of the two protagonists endlessly butting heads.
  5. The books are surprisingly similar.


  1. Bufalino is a tap master known for a big, brassy style that has been compared to the singing of Ethel Merman.


  1. Luigi Capuana was born at Mineo, in the Province of Catania.
  2. Luigi Capuana ( May 28, 1839 - November 29, 1915) was an Italian author and journalist and one of the most important members of the Verist movement.
  3. In 1868 Capuana returned to Sicily planning a brief stay, but his father's death and economic hardship anchored him to the island. (Web site)

Carlo Collodi

  1. Carlo Collodi was born Carlo Lorenzini in Florence as the son of Domenico Lorenzini, a cook, and Angela Orzali, a servant. (Web site)
  2. Carlo Collodi was born Carlo Lorenzini in Florence as the son of Domingo Lorenzini, a cook, and Angela Orzali, a servant. (Web site)


  1. Castiglione was born in Genoa.

Claudio Magris

  1. Claudio Magris was born in Italy in 1939.


  1. Comics are truly a medium.
  2. Comics is a collaborative medium.
  3. Comics is a medium.
  4. Comics is a reading material for entertainment and recreation.
  5. Comics is a sequence of images with dialogue and narration included inside the images.


  1. Alvise Cornaro is a leading citizen of Padua.
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  3. Elena Cornaro Piscopia was born in 1646 into this family. (Web site)

Curzio Malaparte

  1. Curzio Malaparte was a disaffected suppo.
  2. Curzio Malaparte was a disaffected supporter of Mussolini with a taste for danger and high living.

Daniele Luttazzi

  1. Daniele Luttazzi is also a musician: as of 2007, he released two CDs, named respectively Money for Dope and School is Boring, in which he sings in English.


  1. Dante is the figure sitting at the top of the gate contemplating the horrors of hell.
  2. Dante was born in Florence between late May and early June 1265, into a family of the lower nobility.

Da Ponte

  1. Da Ponte was able to raise a large amount of money which enabled the city to build its first Opera House.
  2. Da Ponte was shattered by the Emperor’s death and it seems he mourned him for the rest of his life.

Elsa Morante

  1. Cattedrali di carta: Elsa Morante ro­manziere. (Web site)
  2. Scrittura e follia nei romanzi di Elsa Morante. (Web site)
  3. Arturo's star; the cultural legacies of Elsa Morante.

Emilio Salgari

  1. Though popular with the masses, Emilio Salgari was shunned by critics throughout his life and for most of the 20th century.
  2. He is the protagonist in a series of novels by Italian author Emilio Salgari (August 21, 1862 – April 25, 1911). (Web site)
  3. The Tigers of Mompracem (original title: Le Tigri di Mompracem) is an exotic adventure novel written by Italian author Emilio Salgari, published in 1900. (Web site)


  1. Entries are all romanized and all information is in English.
  2. Entries are alphabetically arranged and run from a paragraph to several pages in length.
  3. Entries are alphabetically arranged.
  4. Entries are also accepted through the website.
  5. Entries are arranged alphabetically by topic and are often several pages in length.


  1. A fantasy is a product of the imagination in the form of a script in the theatrical or cinematic sense and deployed in support of a wish-fulfillment. (Web site)
  2. Fantasy is a commercial and literary genre of Fiction with its own themes and elements.
  3. Fantasy is a dream of escape from the current situation.
  4. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.
  5. Fantasy is a popular genre, having found a home for itself in almost every medium. (Web site)


  1. A film was drawn from this book, too, in 1993 directed by the Portuguese Fernando Lopes. (Web site)
  2. The film is based on a series of real grade-school essays by local pupils--thus the grammatical error in the title. (Web site)


  1. It even inspired a play, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, by the Nobel prize-winning writer Dario Fo.
  2. In addition to playwright, Dario Fo is also director, stage and costume designer, and on occasion he even composes the music for his plays.
  3. It is in these years that Fo becomes Italy's most translated author. (Web site)

Francesco Guccini

  1. Francesco Guccini (born June 14, 1940 in Modena) is a very popular Italian singer-songwriter and author. (Web site)
  2. The character was created by Magnus after a series of trips abroad and was defined together with his friend, the singer and writer Francesco Guccini.
  3. Signora Bovary is an album of Italian singer-songwriter Francesco Guccini. (Web site)


  1. Gaber is a member of the American Accounting Association and the Institute of Management Accountants.


  1. Gadda is a slightly greater novelist than Calvino.
  2. Gadda is a stack even though its main face is round.
  3. Gadda was a practising engineer from Milan, and he both loved and hated his job. (Web site)

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