Books Received 2003

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Books Received 2003


Patacca, Gina, Albanese, Nicholas, Italica


Alessandro Manzoni, Two Plays. Trans. Michael J. Curley. New York: Peter Lang, 2002. Pp. 233.

Annoni, Carlo. La poesia di Parini e la citta secolare. Milan: Vita & Pensiero, 2002. Pp. 181.

Balducci, Marino Alberto. Quartine d'amore. Monsummano-Firenze: Carla Rossi Academy P, 2002. Pp. 167.

Bell, Rudolph M., and Cristina Mazzoni. The Voices of Gemma Galgani. The Life and Afterlife of a Modern Saint. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2003. Pp. 320.

di Bucciolino, Pierangelo di Angelo. Legenda di San Feliciano. Perugia: Cannara, 2003. Pp. 98.

Cachey, Theodore J. Jr., ed. and trans. Petrarch's Guide to the Holy Land. Itinerary to the Sepulcher of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Notre Dame: U of Notre Dame P, 2002. Pp. 235.

Caligiuri, Sofia. Il feudo. Racconto d' amore e di altre virtu/The Fief. A Story of Love and Other Virtues. Rome: Artemide, 2002. Pp. 146.

Casoni, Guido. Della magia d'amore. Palermo: Sellerio editore, 2003. Pp. 219.

Cassell, Anthony. The Monarchia Controversy. An Historical Study with Accompanying Translations of Dante Alighieri's Monarchia, Guido Vernani's Refutation of the Monarchia. Composed by Dante and Pope John XXII's Bull Si fratrttm. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, 2004. Pp. 384.

Cheney, Patrick, and Fredrick A. de Armas, eds. European Literary Careers. The Author from Antiquity to the Renaissance. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. Pp. 366.

Colli, Andrea. The History of Family Business 1850-2000. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2003. Pp. 108.

Crisafulli, Edoardo. The Vision of Dante. Cary's Translation of The Divine Comedy. Leicester, UK: Troubador, 2003. Pp. 348.

Durling, Robert M., ed. and trans. The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. Purgatorio. Vol. 2. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2003. Pp. 704.

Echoes of Memory. Selected Poems of Lucio Mariani. Trans. by Anthony Molino. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan UP, 2003. Pp. 122.

Esposito, Edoardo. Reperes culturels dans le theater d'Eduardo de Filippo. Toulouse: Editions Universitaires du Sud, 2002. Pp. 373.

Farronato, Cristina. Eco's Chaosmos. From the Middle Ages to Postmodernity. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2003. Pp. 272.

Feinstein, Wiley. The Civilization of the Holocaust in Italy. Poets, Artists, Saints, Anti-Semites. Madison, NJ: Farleigh Dickinson UP, 2004. Pp. 401

Ferme, Valerio. Tradurre e tradire. La traduzione come sovversione culturale sotto il Fascismo. Ravenna: Longo, 2002. Pp. 238.

Il frale nerbo per Alberto Caramella. A cura di Francesco Sberlati. Rome: Bulzoni, 2002. Pp. 80.

Gallucci, Margaret A. Benvenuto Cellini. Sexuality, Masculinity and Artistic Identity in Renaissance Italy. Houndmills-Basingstoke-Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Pp. 256.

Giorgio, Adalgisa, ed. Writing Mothers and Daughters. Renegotiating the Mother in Western European Narratives by Women. New York: Berghahn, 2002. Pp. 258.

de Granville, Jean-Baptiste Francois Xavier Cousin. The Last Man. Trans. I. F. Clarke and M. Clarke. Middletown CT: Wesleyan UP, 2002. Pp. 157.

Guasco, Annibal. Discourse to Lady Lavinia His Daughter. Ed., trans., and intro. Peggy Osborn. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2003. Pp. 145.

Haywood, Eric, ed. Dante Metamorphoses. Episodes in a Literary Afterlife. Dublin, Ireland: Four Courts P, 2003. Pp. 272.

Hubbard, Dolan, ed. and intro. The Souls of Black Folk. One Hundred Years Later. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 2003. Pp. 341.

Iacobeni, Lodovico. Vita di San Feliciano vescovo protettore di Foligno e dei suoi suecessori. A cura di Mario Sensi. Perugia: Cannara, 2002. Pp. 234.

Incontri con il cinema italiano. A cura di Antonio Vitti. Caltanissetta-Roma: Salvatore Sciascia, 2003. …

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