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Addio, amore!

Addio, amore!

Author: Matilde Serao
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 329
Year: 1907

Addio, amore!

Addio, amore!

Author: Matilde Serao
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1326988840
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Addio amore

Addio amore

Author: Luisa Westkirch
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 247
Year: 1968

The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film

The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film

Author: Alan Goble
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110951940
Pages: 1039
Year: 1999-01-01

Amoremiobello

Amoremiobello

Author: Betta Stone
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475986343
Pages: 290
Year: 2013-08
When her two traveling companions cancel their plans to visit India, Sofia Nejinskaya, a Russian American designer in her forties, still makes the trip from her home in Miami. When Sofia meets the handsome Italian Alessandro Salvucci an opportunistic Italian journalist and successful businessman with a time-tested set of tools for seduction at the resort's yoga class, he seems in tune with her perfect match list for the ideal man. Despite their differing geographical locations, they begin a committed relationship, exchanging numerous e-mails and text messages and visiting one another regularly. But Alessandro's roving Italian eyes, thoughtlessness, and insecurities threaten their love. The relationship is also rocked by their spiritual differences: she is Christian, and he belongs to the Cult of White Brotherhood. Nevertheless, surprised by all the mystical coincidences that show they have much in common, Sofia believes in their love and life together, hoping to overcome Alessandro's spiritual delusions and fallacies about relationships with women. But their marriage is not yet the happily ever after ending she imagined. www.amoremiobello.com. Betta Stone demonstrates in her book Amoremiobello that when it comes to love and fiction actions speak louder than beautiful Italian words. Amoremiobello, a password to the e-mail, means my amazing love, and Stone stays true to Alessandro's character, incorporating Italian into the story and including Italian-to-English translations as footnotes. Blueink Review The novel is a suggestion of the karmic wheel on which vital questions of trust and fidelity revolve. Kirkus Review
The Harvard Monthly

The Harvard Monthly

Author:
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Year: 1891

Ciao amore ciao

Ciao amore ciao

Author: Pietro Gargano
Publisher: ElfridaIsmolliDigitalEdition
ISBN: 8890730188
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Year: 2012-07-19

Kenya, amore mio addio

Kenya, amore mio addio

Author: Italo Grifoni
Publisher: Lampi di stampa
ISBN: 8848811663
Pages: 240
Year: 2011-01-01
È la storia di un uomo di settant'anni che, rimasto vedovo, va a vivere in Kenya, dove ha una casa a Malindi e, in alternativa ad una sicura solitudine, s'innamora di una bellissima ragazza nera di 23 anni e, in un certo senso, ne viene ricambiato, creandosi un futuro di sogni concreti, ma nello stesso tempo non certo facili. La storia si snoda attraverso il racconto di questa relazione, costellata da grandi momenti di tenerezza, di amore, di gioia e felicità, sia pure accompagnate da continue richieste di soldi e tradimenti, in un ambiente dove la vita è sicuramente piacevole e in un clima ritenuto tra i più belli del mondo. In questa storia si viene a conoscenza di un tipico modo di vivere locale e dei rapporti che spesso nascono tra un bianco ed una nera, sicuramente interessanti e sorprendenti, ma pieni anche di grandi rischi, seppure accompagnati da forti emozioni.
Addio, Mio Dolce Amore - La Vita Di Carlotta, Imperatrice del Messico, Tra Etichetta E Follia

Addio, Mio Dolce Amore - La Vita Di Carlotta, Imperatrice del Messico, Tra Etichetta E Follia

Author: Maria Santini
Publisher: Simonelli Editore
ISBN: 8876476083
Pages: 253
Year: 2011
La protagonista del primo eBook della collana ""Donne sopra le righe"" di Carlotta, principessa del Belgio, arciduchessa d'Austria, imperatrice del Messico: un crescendo che deve averla molto gratificata. Nelle sue vene scorreva infatti tutta l'ambizione dei Coburgo, dinastia di piccoli principi tedeschi che nel diciannovesimo secolo arrivarono ad occupare i troni di mezza Europa. Carlotta era ben consapevole della propria superiorit intellettuale se non proprio fino alla presunzione per pericolosamente vicina ad essa. Pensava che avrebbe potuto superare qualsiasi difficolt e raggiungere il traguardo che si proponeva. Sogn un impero e fece il possibile per tramutare la sua illusione in realt ma usc distrutta da quella che si rivel un'avventura miserevole e penosa. Non le rimase che rifugiarsi nella follia.Maria Santini nata a Torino ma vive a Roma da molti anni. L'insaziabile curiosit intellettuale un dato caratteristico della personalit di questa scrittrice che ha firmato numerosi romanzi e vari saggi di carattere biografico. Tutte le sue opere sono pubblicate da Simonelli Editore.The life's story of Charlotte, Empress of Mexico.
Addio all'amore

Addio all'amore

Author: Giulia Franzè
Publisher:
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Pages: 306
Year: 1967

Lettera d'amore e d'addio

Lettera d'amore e d'addio

Author: Ugo Riccarelli
Publisher: Oscar contemporanea
ISBN: 8804675918
Pages: 236
Year: 2017
Come nelle pagine del suo romanzo più amato, Il dolore perfetto, in queste storie Ugo Riccarelli cerca l’epica nel quotidiano. Uomini che scrivono lettere d’amore come se fosse l’ultimo gesto di una vita
Gendered Genres

Gendered Genres

Author: Laura Anne Salsini
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 0838638015
Pages: 189
Year: 1999
Matilde Serao's richly detailed narratives created a metamorphical city of women negotiating the social and cultural byways of turn-of-the-century Italy. With each text, Serao (1856-1927) added another stratum to her imaginary metropolis, grounding her works in realistic detail and acute social observation. Over the course of almost thirty novels, more than one hundred short stories, and innumerable newspaper articles, Serao articulated her own vision of female destiny in a society governed by traditional, often restrictive, paradigms of female behavior. This study examines how Serao refashioned traditional genres throughout her long literary career, a narrative strategy that allowed her to focus specifically on the depiction of female experiences.
Never Trust a Thin Cook and Other Lessons from Italy's Culinary Capital

Never Trust a Thin Cook and Other Lessons from Italy's Culinary Capital

Author: Eric Dregni
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 1452914990
Pages: 228
Year: 2009
I simply want to live in the place with the best food in the world. This dream led Eric Dregni to Italy, first to Milan and eventually to a small, fog-covered town to the north: Modena, the birthplace of balsamic vinegar, Ferrari, and Luciano Pavarotti. Never Trust a Thin Cook is a classic American abroad tale, brimming with adventures both expected and unexpected, awkward social moments, and most important, very good food. Parmesan thieves. Tortellini based on the shape of Venus's navel. Infiltrating the secret world of the balsamic vinegar elite. Life in Modena is a long way from the Leaning Tower of Pizza (the south Minneapolis pizzeria where Eric and his girlfriend and fellow traveler Katy first met), and while some Italians are impressed that "Minnesota" sounds like "minestrone," they are soon learning what it means to live in a country where the word "safe" doesn't actually exist-only "less dangerous." Thankfully, another meal is always waiting, and Dregni revels in uncorking the secrets of Italian cuisine, such as how to guzzle espresso "corrected" with grappa and learning that mold really does make a good salami great. What begins as a gastronomical quest soon becomes a revealing, authentic portrait of how Italians live and a hilarious demonstration of how American and Italian cultures differ. In Never Trust a Thin Cook, Eric Dregni dishes up the sometimes wild experiences of living abroad alongside the simple pleasures of Italian culture in perfect, complementary proportions.
Reviewing Mario Pratesi

Reviewing Mario Pratesi

Author: Anne Urbancic
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442617543
Pages: 184
Year: 2014-07-31
A prolific member of the Tuscan verismo school of literary realism, Mario Pratesi (1842–1921) was much respected during his career but sadly neglected after his death. Using Pratesi’s personal archive, now preserved at Victoria College in the University of Toronto, Reviewing Mario Pratesi takes Pratesi’s life and papers as the basis of a unique study of the literary culture of post-Unification Italy. Working with the original manuscripts, alongside previously unknown biographical materials and a vast collection of contemporary reviews, Anne Urbancic uses the methods of critique génétique not only to reconstruct the evolution of Pratesi’s works through their successive drafts and published versions, but also to document the impact of book reviews and the press on the development of Pratesi’s literary style. An insightful history of book reviewing as a genre and a detailed study of its role in Italian literary culture, Reviewing Mario Pratesi opens up a new area for investigation within Italian literary studies.
Dictionary Catalog of the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library, 1911-1971

Dictionary Catalog of the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library, 1911-1971

Author: New York Public Library. Research Libraries
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Year: 1979