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    The School We Want: evolution or change? A consideration about italian school

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    Un'analisi dei programmi di letteratura italiana svolti nei licei di Pis

    Bibliografia generale del corso (2010-2011)

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    The modernist short story in Italy: the case of the 'Edizioni di Solaria'

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    This article investigates the role played by the modernist periodical Solaria (1926‚Äď34) as the Italian short story was being modernized. By offering a descriptive survey of the rarely studied corpus of fifteen short narrative volumes printed by the ‚ÄėEdizioni di Solaria‚Äô, the periodical‚Äôs minor publishing house, it sheds new light on the development of the short genre in this particular context. The two key questions addressed are, on the one hand, the validity of a recent hypothesis proposing Italo Svevo as a model for the ‚ÄėSolarian‚Äô short story, and, on the other, the relationship between the codified novella/raccontoand other forms of short narrative prose derived from early twentieth-century avant-garde experimentation

    Far from Naples. The Stinche‚Äôs role in the manuscript tradition of the ‚ÄúCaccia di Diana‚ÄĚ

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    This essay focuses on the role of two manuscript witnesses written at the Florentine municipal prison, called the Stinche, in the context of the manuscript tradition of the Caccia di Diana (Diana’s Hunt)

    La visión socio-política sobre el mundo primitivo en el pensamiento de Giambattista Vico

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    El presente ensayo pone de relieve c√≥mo Vico fue uno de los pensadores modernos que se plante√≥ el objetivo de reconstruir la historia del mundo primitivo. A diferencia de varios autores que le precedieron y de otros contempor√°neos, el fil√≥sofo napolitano mostr√≥ que el mundo originario, en lugar de id√≠lico, se hallaba afligido por el miedo, la angustia y las necesidades b√°sicas. Sin embargo, lo que ante todo define a Vico es el hecho de representar el mundo primitivo no como un bloque fijo y unitario, sino como un mundo constituido en diferentes fases hist√≥ricas y por conflictos sociales y de clase. Al carecer de documentos escritos, Vico elabor√≥ una reconstrucci√≥n de la historia basada en una nueva y revolucionaria teor√≠a de mitos que, al fundarse en la creatividad inducida por la fantas√≠a, son denominados ‚Äúuniversali fantastici‚ÄĚ (universales fant√°sticos).This essay emphasizes how Vico was one of the modern philosophers to set himself the goal to reconstruct the history of the primitive world. Differently from several authors who preceded him and also other contemporary thinkers, the Neapolitan philosopher showed that the world of the origin wasn‚Äôt idyllic, but it was affected by fear, anguish and basic needs. What mainly characterizes Vico, however, is the fact that he represented the primitive world not as a unitary and fixed block, but as a world made of different historical phases and of class and social conflicts. As there were no written documents, Vico elaborated a reconstruction of history, basing it on a new and revolutionary theory of myths which, being based on creativity induced by fantasy, are called ‚Äúuniversali fantastici‚ÄĚ (fantastic universals)
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