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Long Live Latin: The Pleasures Of A Useless Language

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A lively exploration of the joys of a not-so-dead language From the acclaimed novelist and Oxford professor Nicola Gardini, a personal and passionate look at the Latin language: its history, its authors, its essential role in education, and its enduring impact on…
Lost Words
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|January 25, 2016

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Inside an apartment building on the outskirts of Milan, the working-class residents gossip, quarrel, and conspire against each other. Viewed through the eyes of Chino, an impressionable thirteen-year-old boy whose mother is the doorwoman of the building, the…
Avec ovide -plaisir de lire un classique
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|January 9, 2020

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VIVE LE LATIN
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|August 16, 2018

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Minding Borders: Resilient Divisions in Literature, the Body and the Academy
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|October 23, 2017

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Both comparative criticism and translation cross borders, yet borders that have been crossed still exist. Even a border that has been dismantled is likely to reappear in a different place, or as a less obvious set of limiting practices: migrant texts and migrant…
Le parole perdute di Amelia Lynd
Kobo ebook | Italian

|February 12, 2014

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“Di lei era eccellente qualcos’altro; una luce che le usciva dalla pelle” L’Italia che cambia degli anni settanta non sembra aver voglia di cambiare in via Icaro 15, Milano. Sì, certo, l’eco arriva anche lì ma Elvira, la portinaia, è, come un secolo prima, alla…
Fauci
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|November 5, 2013

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“Volevo scrivere un romanzo divertente, veloce, un’opera buffa, ma anche un po’ tragica. Qualcosa che avesse lo humour di Vargas Llosa e la facilità di Isherwood, e proseguisse la mia indagine sulla cattiveria e l’ipocrisia in una chiave inedita. Mi sono venuti…