The Cambridge Companion to Modern Italian Culture
Zygmunt G. Bara'nski, Zygmunt G. Baranski, Rebecca J. West
Cambridge University Press, 16 ago 2001 - 363 pagine
This collection of essays provides a comprehensive account of the culture of modern Italy. Contributions focus on a wide range of political, historical and cultural questions. The volume provides information and analysis on such topics as regionalism, the growth of a national language, social and political cultures, the role of intellectuals, the Church, the left, feminism, the separatist movements, organised crime, literature, art, design, fashion, the mass media, and music. While offering a thorough history of Italian cultural movements, political trends and literary texts over the last century and a half, the volume also examines the cultural and political situation in Italy today and suggests possible future directions in which the country might move. Each essay contains suggestions for further reading on the topics covered. The Cambridge Companion to Modern Italian Culture is an invaluable source of materials for courses on all aspects of modern Italy.
Cosa dicono le persone - Scrivi una recensione
Nessuna recensione trovata nei soliti posti.
Altre edizioni - Visualizza tutto
achieved artistic avant-garde became Benedetto Croce Berlusconi broadcasting Cambridge Companion Carlo Catholic cent centre Christian Democrats Church commedia all'italiana Communist Party contemporary create Croce Cultural Studies D'Annunzio Dante decades dialect dominated economic Einaudi Fascist fashion Fellini Feminism film Florence French Futurist Giorgio Giovanni Giuseppe Gramsci ideological important industrial influence intellectuals Italian cinema Italian culture Italian history Italian literature Italian Neorealism Italian society Italo Svevo Italy's language Liberal linguistic literary literature Luigi Luigi Pirandello Macchiaioli mafia Manifesto Milan movement Mussolini narrative Neorealism Neorealist Northern League notion of Italy novel opera organized Paolo Partito Pasolini peasants period Petrarch Pier Paolo Pasolini Pirandello plays poetry poets popular post-war radio regime regional Republic revolution Risorgimento role Rome Rossellini Sicilian social Socialist Party song story style television theatre tion tradition Turin unification unity University Press women workers writers