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Author: Ann Hallamore Caesar,Michael Caesar
ISBN: 0745628001
Pages: 248 pages
Publisher: Polity; 1 edition (September 11, 2007)
Language: English
Category: History & Criticism
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e-Book Modern Italian Literature epub download

by Ann Hallamore Caesar,Michael Caesar



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by Michael Caesar and Ann Hallamore Caesar. This authoritative and vividly written book brings readers into theheart of Italian literary culture from the 1690s to the present.

Ann Hallamore Caesar. ISBN: 9780745628004; This authoritative and vividly written book brings readers into the heart of Italian literary culture from the 1690s to the present. It probes the work of major authors in their broad cultural context, traces the history of audiences and publishers, explores the shifting relationship between public and private, assesses the impact of significant historical trends and events on creative processes, and establishes the continuities as well as the discontinuities of the Italian literary tradition.

Recent selected publications by Ann Hallamore Caesar, Professor in Italian Studies at the University of Warwick. Characters and Authors in Luigi Pirandello (Oxford University Press, 1998). Modern Italian Literature since 1690. A Cultural History (Polity Press, Oxford/ New York, July 2007) (co-authored). The Novel 1945-1965’ in History of Women's Writing in Italy, ed. anizza and V. Jones, (Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 205-17. Crossing the public/private divide: the 'salotto, home and theatre in late nineteenth-century Italy', Gender, Family and Sexuality. The Private Sphere in Italy 1860-1945 ed.

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Ann Hallamore Caesar and Michael Caesar, Modern Italian Literature Christopher Cannon, Middle English Literature Sandra Clark, Renaissance Drama Glenda Dicker/sun, African American Theatre Alison Finch, French. Literature Mary Trotter, Modern Irish Theatre Andrew Baruch Wachtel and Ilya Vinitsky, Russian Literature Andrew J. Webber, The European Avant-Garde Tim Whitmarsh, Ancient Greek Literature. Modern German Literature.

This authoritative and vividly written book brings readers into theheart of Italian literary culture from the 1690s to the present. Itprobes the work of major authors in their broad cultural context,traces the history of audiences and publishers, explores theshifting relationship between public and private, assesses theimpact of significant historical trends and events on creativeprocesses, and establishes the continuities as well as thediscontinuities of the Italian literary tradition.A synoptic overview at the beginning of the volume is designed tohelp the reader get her or his bearings in the detail of the ninechapters which follow. Using an essentially chronologicalframework, the book is divided into three major culturaltime-spans: the long eighteenth century, the decades of nationalidentity formation and the creation of modern', industrial Italybetween 1816 and 1900, and the twentieth century with its constantrenegotiation of national cultural identity. A final epilogueprovides a snapshot of Italian literary culture in thenear-present.This is a book which will be readily accessible to students and allthose interested in Italian culture, and at the same time is basedon the most up-to-date scholarship. New readings of the canonicalauthors rub shoulders with a refreshing attention to standard andpopular writing, gender issues, and the interaction between writtenand oral forms, producing a history of modern Italian literaturewhich is new in its conception and its scope.