Place in Literature: Regions, Cultures, Communities

By Roberto M. Dainotto | Go to book overview

I finally thank Bernhard Kendler and the staff of Cornell University Press for believing in this book.

Preliminary versions of the following material were presented as " All the Regions Do Smilingly Revolt: The Literature of Place and Region," published in Critical Inquiry 22 ( 1996): 3; " What Is a Region? The Aesthetic of Regionalism between Place and Commonplace," read at the conference Theory and Practice of Critical Regionalism in the Development of European Architecture ( Stockholm, Sweden, July 11-13, 1997); " Regional Paradises in Victorian England: Topos and U-topos," read at the VII International Conference of the British Comparative Literature Association ( Edinburgh, July 12-15, 1995); " Tramonto e Risorgimento in Gentile's Dialectics of Nationhood," read at the conference Making and Unmaking Italy: The Cultivation of National Identity around the Risorgimento (University of California at Berkeley, November 14-16, 1997); and " At the Theater of Mangiafoco: The True Story of Pinocchio's Relocation in Padania," read at the conference The Relocation of Languages and Cultures: A Transnational and Transdisciplinary Workshop (Duke University, May 6-10, 1997).

A last grazie goes to my mother for having made everything possible, and to my father, to whose memory I dedicate this work.

-viii-

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