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21. Judith in Baroque Oratorio

Marsh, David (17 févr. 2013)

From the Quattrocento onward, the story of Judith often inspired Italian writers and artists to produce masterpieces celebrating female heroism. Around 1470, Lucrezia Tornabuoni, the mother of Lorenzo de’ Medici, wrote a Storia di Giuditta in ottava rima. A century later, Federico Della Valle ...

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2. A World of Discovery: Joachim Heinrich Campe

Blamires, David (11 janv. 2013)

The stories of Munchausen reflect the excitement and wonderment of people at the end of a century in which new discoveries and inventions were being made all the time. This wonderment, however, was transposed into a fantasy world of recent history and geographical and technological exploration where ...

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Introduction to the New Edition

Beaton, Roderick (11 janv. 2013)

Lord Byron as Philhellenic soldier The story of the Greek Revolution, or war of independence, has been told many times in English, beginning with the eye-witness accounts of Thomas Gordon and George Finlay and continuing into the twenty-first century. That Greece Might Still Be Free does something ...

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2. Consume and Share: Making Copyright Fit for the Digital Agenda

Ricolfi, Marco (11 janv. 2013)

As it often happens, the title of my chapter has an ambiguous ring to it. Are we trying to figure out which set of specific changes in copyright legislation would help to achieve the targets set by the specific policy document released by the EU Commission last year? Are we supposed to deal with a ...

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25 ’No freedom to fight for at home’

St Clair, William (11 janv. 2013)

At the beginning of 1823, the Italian Philhellene Brengeri, one of the survivors of the Battle of Peta, was surprised to meet at Tripolitsa a colonel in the Neapolitan service whom he had believed to be in Spain. The colonel, whose name was Poerio, took great care to keep his identity secret, being ...

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1. Introduction

Levine, David K. (15 févr. 2013)

Under these conditions, the erotic relation seems to offer the unsurpassable peak of the fulfillment of the request for love in the direct fusion of the souls of one to the other. The boundless giving of oneself is as radical as possible in its opposition to all functionality, rationality, and ...

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5. Some aspects of control of freshwater invasive species

Aldridge, David et al. (29 nov. 2016)

Expert assessors David Aldridge, University of Cambridge, UK Belinda Gallardo, Pyrenean Institute of Ecology, Spain Trevor Renals, Environment Agency, UK Alexandra Zieritz, University of Nottingham, UK Scope of assessment: for the control of two invasive freshwater species Effectiveness measure is ...

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8. Figures of Fulfillment: James and “a Sense of Italy”

Gutorow, Jacek (11 janv. 2013)

I. In his Images of Italy, one of the most beautiful books on Italian Wanderjahre, Pavel Muratov writes: The words traveling to Italy are tale-telling, as they grasp our experience and our life in the Italian element, the liberation of new spiritual forces, the birth of new faculties, as well as a ...

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3. The Vicissitudes of Democracy: Part 21

Chomsky, Noam (29 nov. 2016)

Yesterday, I was talking about James Madison’s vision for the country, and his distress shortly afterwards, when he saw the fate of the constitutional system he had devised. I recalled that in Madison’s pre-capitalist vision, power was to be put in the hands of more capable people, the wealthy, ...

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The Living Stream

Brown, Terence et al. (1 juin 2015)

IN MEMORIAM A. Norman Jeffares 11 August 1920-1 June 2005

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