Books Received 2002

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Books Received 2002


Patacca, Gina, Italica


Alfie, Fabian. Comedy and Culture. Cecco Angiolieri's Poetry and Late Medieval Society. Leeds: Northern UP, 2001. Pp. 216.

Ardizzone, Maria Luisa. Guido Cavalcanti. The Other Middle Ages. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. Pp. 231.

Arthurian Archives VIII. Italian Literature. I. Tristano Panciatichiano. Ed. Gloria Allaire. Cambridge: Brewer, 2002. Pp. 758.

Balducci, Marino Alberto. Quartine d'amore. Ragusa: la Soc. Coop. C.D.B. a.r.l., 2002. Pp. 106.

Barolini, Helen. Festa. Recipes and Recollections of Italian Holidays. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 2002. Pp. 366.

Boiardo, Matteo Maria. Orlando innamorato. Adapted by Jo Ann Cavallo. New York: Teatromania, 2001. Pp. 136.

Borghini, Vincenzo. Filologia e invenzione nella Firenze di Cosimo I. Firenze: Olschki, 2002. Pp. 435.

Borrelli, Doris. Raddoppiamento Sintattico in Italian. A Synchronic and Diachronic Cross-Dialectical Study. New York: Routledge, 2002. Pp. 130.

Burns, Jennifer. Fragments of impegno. Interpretations of Commitment in Contempoary Italian Narrative 1980-2000. Leeds: Northern UP, 2001. Pp. 204.

The Cambridge Companion to Piero della Francesca. Ed. Jeryldene M. Wood. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2002. Pp. 268.

Celli, Carlo. The Divine Comic. The Cinema of Roberto Benigni. Lanham MD: Scarecrow, 2001. Pp. 175.

Chaney, Edward. The Evolution of the Grand Tour. London: Cass, 1998. Pp. 426.

Chiarelli, Luigi. La maschera e il volto. Acura di Michael Vena. Welland ON: Soleil, 2002. Pp. 123.

Christiansen, Keith, Judith W. Mann, et al. Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi. New Haven: Yale UP, 2002. Pp. 496.

Cole, Michael W. Cellini and the Principles of Sculpture. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2002. Pp. 246.

Colombi, Roberta. Lo sguardo che "s'interna." Personaggi e immaginario interiore nel romanzo italiano del Seicento. Rome: Aracne, 2002. Pp. 266.

Comanini, Gregorio. The Figino or on the Purpose of Painting. Art Theory in the Late Renaissance. Ed. Ann Doyle-Anderson and Giancarlo Maiorino. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2001. Pp. 158.

Crivelli, Tatiana. "Ne Arturo ne Turpino ne la tavola rotonda." Romanzi del secondo Settecento italiano. Roma: Salerno editrice, 2002. Pp. 339.

La cultura italiana. Percorsi bibliografici. Acura di Alberto Tommasi and Gherardo Ugolini. Osnabrhck: Universit@tsverlag Rasch, 2002. Pp. 180.

Deledda, Grazia. The Church of Solitude. Trans. E. Ann Matter. Albany: State U of New York P, 2002. Pp. 176.

Della Porta, Giambattista. The Sister. Trans and intro. Donald Beecher and Bruno Ferraro. Ottawa: Dovehouse, 2000. Pp. 162.

Di Maria, Salvatore. The Italian Tragedy in the Renaissance. Cultural Realities and Theatrical Innovations. Cranbury NJ: Bucknell UP, 2002. Pp. 272.

Educating in Paradise: The Experiences of North American Institutions of Higher Learning in Italy / Le Esperienze delle Universita Nord Americane in Italia. Proceedings of Atti of the International Symposium. Convegno Internazionale, Firenze 5-8 ottobre 2000. Ed. Portia Prebys and Riccardo Pratesi. Firenze: Alinea Editrice, 2001. Pp. 382.

L'eredita greca e l'Ellenismo veneziano. Acura di Gino Benzoni. Firenze: Olschki, 2002. Pp. 364.

Everson, Jane E. The Italian Romance Epic in the Age of Humanism. The Matter of Italy and the World of Rome. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2001. Pp. 386.

Fellini, Federico. Contemporary Perspectives. Ed. Frank Burke and Marguerite R. Waller. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. Pp. 234.

Fraser, Jennifer Margaret. Rite of Passage in the Narratives of Dante and Joyce. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2002. Pp. 255.

Gerber, Merrill Joan. Botticelli Blue Skies. An American in Florence. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 2002. Pp. 288.

Giacomo Casanova. Tra Venezia e l'Europa. Acura di Gilberto Pizzamiglio. Firenze: Olschki, 2001. Pp. 350. …

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