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Vol 6, No 12 (2016): Who Laughs Last: Parody Satire Humours The Three Ages of Laughter Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Elisabetta Abignente, Francesco Cattani, Francesco de Cristofaro, Giovanni Maffei, Ugo M. Olivieri
 
Vol 6, No 12 (2016): Who Laughs Last: Parody Satire Humours The Stand Up Comedy and The Parrhesiast Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Simone Cantino
 
Vol 6, No 12 (2016): Who Laughs Last: Parody Satire Humours The countertruth of the mothers: notes about the villonian ballad between satire and parody Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Gian Luca Picconi
 
Vol 6, No 12 (2016): Who Laughs Last: Parody Satire Humours The "Ridiculous Poetry: Models for a European Satire in the Modern Era Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Antonio Gargano
 
Vol 6, No 12 (2016): Who Laughs Last: Parody Satire Humours The abominable tale of progress. The monsters of Juan Rodolfo Wilcock, between comedy and horror Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Katia Trifiro'
 
Vol 6, No 12 (2016): Who Laughs Last: Parody Satire Humours Metaphysical Modest Proposals Manganelli dealing with Satire Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Arianna Marelli
 
Vol 3, No 6 (2013): Teachings. For the Eightieth Birthday of Remo Ceserani Tutors, Teachers and Professors Impostor. The Figure of the Teacher in the Russian Drama from D. Fonvizin to A. Čechov Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Francesca Di Tonno
 
Vol 6, No 12 (2016): Who Laughs Last: Parody Satire Humours «Il sale della satira è il condimento della commedia». Elements in the European Mock-Heroic Poem Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Luca Ferraro
 
Vol 4, No 7 (2014): The Powers of Rhetoric Style is (not) the man himself. Satire, rhetoric, and realism along Juvenal, Gadda, and Montale Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Corrado Confalonieri
 
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