Between <p>Between is the international, peer-reviewed and open access Journal of the Italian Association for the Theory and Comparative History of Literature -&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Compalit</a>.&nbsp; The journal is published twice a year.</p> <p>"<em>Today, despite the storms and tides ... comparative literature continues along its path. Its dissemination throughout the world remains changeable and surprising.</em>" (Guillén, Entre lo uno y lo diverso, 1985-2005).&nbsp;<a href="/index.php/between/pages/view/Manifesto">&nbsp;Read more</a></p> en-US <p><strong>Copyright Notice</strong></p><p><br />You are free to copy, distribute and transmit the work, and to adapt the work. You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).</p><p><a href="">Licence scheme</a> | <a href="">Legal code</a></p><p> </p><p> </p> (Between Journal) (Gianluigi Rossini) Sat, 30 May 2020 00:00:00 +0200 OJS 60 Cultural forms of dissent on both sides of the iron curtain (1956-1991). Problems, issues and methods of a difficult comparison Starting with the 1950s, the European context saw the emergence of various movements of cultural dissent, which involved both western and eastern countries and led to forms of literary and artistic protest against the cultural and political establishment. In particular, underground movement - connected with the American scenario - and Neo-vanguard groups developed in Italy, France, and Germany, while the Soviet area was pervaded by the culture clandestinely disseminated by the Samizdat circuit. This contribution offers a comprehensive view of the multifaceted forms of literary, cultural, and artistic dissent considered by the essays collected here, with special attention to the differences between Western and Eastern areas. These two contexts, in fact, are addressed separately in the following sections: Neo-vanguard and contestation: the two forms of dissent in the western area and The kaleidoscopic planet of Soviet non-conformism: into, beyond and around the Samizdat. Claudia Pieralli, Teresa Spignoli ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 00:00:00 +0200 Reviving Andrei Bely’s heritage: Metricalization in Vladimir Gubin’s Illarion i Karlik <p class="Testofrontespizio">The heritage left by the literary experiments of the Silver Age and of the avant-garde was almost forgotten until the 1960s, when dissent towards the socialist realism’s guidelines became stronger and the cultural underground started to take shape. In this context, some authors re-discovered the achievements of the 1920s’ literature and mixed them with the feelings and perceptions of the Soviet man. One of them was V. Gubin, whose <em>povest’</em> <em>Illarion i Karlik</em> is a clear sample of this attempt of recreating the connection, previously abruptly broken, between the underground culture of the 1960s and the Silver Age.</p><p class="Testofrontespizio">The aim of this paper is to focus on<em> Illarion i Karlik</em>, underlining the connection between his artistic sensibility and the explorations of Andrei Bely, who started to pursuit the complete metricalization of the prosaic text. This rhetorical device indeed constitutes the basis of the novel and offers a sample of how aesthetics became the main way of resistance against the regime.</p> Noemi Albanese ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:28 +0200 Subversive fragments. The evolution of the cut-up method in the German speaking area throughout the 1960s and the 1970s <p class="Testofrontespizio"><em>1. Purpose</em></p><p class="Testofrontespizio">The article analyses from a comparative point of view the influence of William S. Burroughs’ cut-up method on the 1960s and 1970s neo-avant-gardes in the German speaking area.</p><p class="Testofrontespizio"><em>2. Methodology</em></p><p class="Testofrontespizio">The article contains several excerpts from both journals and experimental works that were written by the three most important cut-up author in the German speaking area. It shows the connections between the Dada and post-Dada movement, the cut-up movement and the pop movement.</p><p class="Testofrontespizio">3. <em>Results/Findings</em></p>Works like Ploog’s <em>Cola-Hinterland</em> or Fauser’s <em>Tophane</em>, as well as Weissner’s many collaborations, proved to be some really interesting historical and sociocritical documents: the results show that the movement grew strong because the technique it had adopted proved to be the best artistic instrument to depict the subversive spirit and at the same time the alienation from the bourgeois society actually felt by the young generations of the late Sixties. Gabriele Bacherini ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:29 +0200 Self-representation of creative process in samizdat texts <p align="left">Self-representation of creative process is a common strategy for several samizdat authors, mainly those who approach literary creation from an aesthetic point of view that is very close to the modernist one. These texts are characterized by peculiar features, such as an emphasis on the author himself and his more or less distinct hypostases (the author often becomes the addressee of his own text); by their physicality, bodily nature, evidence of a paper-made, typewritten text; by a focus on underground writers’ community, their interaction, reciprocal role as readers, advisors, co-authors, as well as on the fundamental role of the underground community of readers, which allows to distribute and multiply samizdat texts.</p><p> </p> Mario Caramitti ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:30 +0200 Experimentalism and literary dissent: the nouveau roman’s avantgardist <i>engagement</i> <p>The use of the definition «nouveau roman» closely links to the activity of the French neo-avantgardist group of the école du regard. The group’s members draw their inspiration from a critical reflection on literature and its meaning, in opposition to tradition. The idea, which reunites as different writers as Alain Robbe-Grillet and Michel Butor, is the reliance on the novel as a form of critical elaboration of reality. The main objects of this collective experimentation are in the forms and the structures of the novel.</p><p>The present article focuses on the issue of the engagement as presented in Robbe-Grillet and Butor’s essays: the result of a retrospective consideration on their novels, combined to their ideas about literature and its possibilities, whose outcome is the opposition to «sclerotized» structures of traditional realism.</p> Fabiana Cecamore ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:31 +0200 On Alice’s Path. Bologna, 1977 <span>This article aims to analyse the movement of '77 in Bologna, which made language its revolutionary tool. Claiming the distance from traditional politics and the awareness of a society no longer politically and ideologically focused, but defined by individual needs and desires, the movement wants to act on the collective imagination and elevates Lewis Carroll's Alice as a symbol of change. "Alice desires a story and falls into a hole" is a narrative cue that, divided into three syntactic segments, allows to deepen the different lines of research that revolve around the key words of '77: the fall, language and desire. They will be analysed with the support of texts that represent the theoretical humus of '77 and those produced within the movement.</span><span></span> Erika De Angelis ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:32 +0200 Singing the dissent in the Soviet Union (1950-1991) <p class="Testofrontespizio">Since the end of the 1950s, the circulation of unauthorised sound material in the Soviet Union, a phenomenon which is called ‘magnitizdat’, has been increasing rapidly. The article investigates a number of issues related to this parallel dimension of official culture, such as the differences and similarities with the better known ‘samizdat’, from which the name originates; the role of the song as a form of dissent; the importance of the means of dissemination and the role of collectors; the relationship of the new song with official music and mass culture. The aim is to offer a precise definition of such “synthetic creation”, bringing its meaning to the forefront of Soviet society in the second half of the 20th century.</p> Giulia De Florio ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:33 +0200 Student protest: the culture of dissent in the U.S. and in Europe in the Sixties and Seventies <p>Dissent is the nineteen-sixties-seventies cultural keyword both in the States and Western Europe. Dissent defines the long uninterrupted 1960s – 1970s juvenile cultural revolution both in the United States and Europe. The new time was announced by the 1964 free-speech movement at Berkley University involving from its very beginning the civil rights question, to which the protest was soon added against the American military involvement in the twenty-years long Viet-Nam war. As a matter of fact, the student movement was meant to radically change the world. Some of the roots of this revolution are to be looked for in the late forties and in the fifties. The question more or less knowingly being dealt with was first of all the radical perspective of freeing the mind from all social conditioning and received ideas. It was the same perspective defined by Ronald Laing’s and David Cooper’s new anti-psychiatric approach. Protest, and the struggle for freedom, however, was doomed to extreme radicalization, turning discussion, and utopian dreams into political violence the Weathermen, of course, in the States, <em>die Rote Armée Fraktion</em> in Germany, Le Brigate Rosse in Italy, turning dreams and ideological struggle into a nightmare.</p> Mario Domenichelli ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:33 +0200 «Il cinese ero io, naturalmente». Sanguineti, <i>Tel Quel</i> and the Neo-avantgarde Political Debate <p class="Testofrontespizio"><span>The essay recalls the debate between Edoardo Sanguineti and the editorial staff of <em>Tel Quel</em> in a meeting that took place in Cerisy La Salle in 1963. The two positions, which were very distant at the time, were to approach in the immediately following years, also on issues politically urgent posed by the student movement of 1968. The adhesion to Marxism-Leninism and the theoretical reflection of Mao Tse-tung's thought will therefore be common.</span><span></span></p> Federico Fastelli ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:36 +0200 Concrete and Visual poetries as Lusitanian cultural exemples of dissent <p class="Testofrontespizio">The following work aims to study two Lusitanian cultures of dissent: the Brazilian concrete poetry of Haroldo de Campos (focusing on his trans-creations of some Russian poets) and the Portuguese Experimental poetry of Ana Hatherly (through a selection of her visual poetries). So, the culture of dissent will specifically concern the style used by the two poetic groups. This style represented a real innovation in the Portuguese and Brazilian cultures in the second half of the XXth century, marked by hard political contexts. Furthermore, the dissent will be visible in some typical poetries and in some Russian poets analysed by the Brazilian concrete poets. </p> Michela Graziani ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:37 +0200 Toward a Soviet Poor Art: Ilya Kabakov’s Use of Trash <p class="Testofrontespizio">This article examines the evolution of Soviet non-conformist artist Ilya Kabakov’s work to consider questions of influence and reception from within the U.S.S.R as well as in Europe and beyond. Komaromi compares Kabakov’s use of poor-quality objects (<em>plokhie veshchi</em>) and trash (<em>musor</em>) with the practices of Italian artists associated with Arte Povera to determine in what sense Kabakov produces a Soviet poor art. She further juxtaposes his approach to trash with the techniques of Robert Rauschenberg’s combines. While Rauschenberg’s combines present the resistant materiality of discrete objects, Kabakov’s trash ultimately invites consideration of the material context according to what Komaromi calls a <em>syntax of reception</em>. Audience responses to Kabakov’s works, including his famous installations with trash, speak to western and post-Soviet perceptions of Soviet and Russian identity, with implications also for how those audiences understand themselves.</p> Ann Komaromi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:39 +0200 The Resurrected Word in Italian Publishing. The First Anthology of Clandestine Soviet Journals (Jaca Book, 1966) <span>The article aims to investigate the contents and reception in Italy of <em>Testi letterari e poesie da riviste clandestine dell’URSS</em> (<em>Literary Texts and Poems from Clandestine Journals in the USSR</em>), the first anthology of Soviet typewritten journals, published in Milan (1966) by Jaca Book and edited by Jean Ibsen (pseudonym of Giovanni Bensi) and Nicola Sorin (pseudonym of Sergio Rapetti). The contribution focuses not only on the echoes produced by the book in Italy, but also highlights the literary peculiarities of the new generation of authors (already argued by the editors), especially, the attention to a word that can be defined as 'resurrected'.</span> Giuseppina Larocca ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:40 +0200 Editorial policy and cultural dissent. Two series examples in Einaudi and Feltrinelli between 1964 and 1968 <p>The beginning of the sixties represents for Italian editors the attempt to understand the long wave of cultural dissent that express many European writers almost since the Hungarian revolution. Einaudi and Feltrinelli, following the example of Seuil with the “Tel Quel” collection, creates tho new experimental series: “La ricerca letteraria” and “Materiali”. In my contribution I will try to underline the cultural role of Einaudi and Feltrinelli and their series between ’64 and ’68: Einaudi proposes the translations of <em>nouveau roman</em> authors among others while Feltrinelli leads the discussion about experimentalism and neo-avantgarde. Few years that add to change Italian cultural panorama and prepared the ’68 protests.</p> Fabio Libasci ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:41 +0200 "Editorial Guerrilla": Literature and Alternative Publishing in Italy in the 1960s and 1970s <p class="Testofrontespizio"><span>The article analyzes the developments of the alternative editorial circuit promoted by the artistic-literary avant-gardes and counter-cultural movements in Italy during the 1960s and 1970s, with specific reference to the production of literary texts. The organization of the production system and the intent of the producers are taken into particular consideration, identifying the cultural objectives defined within a strategy of social and political opposition. The characteristics of the literature born in the countercultural field are also studied in depth.</span></p> Giovanna Lo Monaco ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:42 +0200 Internationalism and dissent in the Gruppo 63 An international approach is a fundamental value of the Gruppo 63, which arose with intentions of de-provincialization and relationship with similar movements in other countries (especially France and Germany) from the very beginning This openness beyond national borders was linked to the search for an alternative position, about which a heated debate opened in the sixties and seventies between critics and authors of the cultural left. In particular, in the Gruppo 63 an attempt was made to link radicalism in textual practice with political dissent, a contact between "two revolutions" which, despite their good intentions, in the burning years around Nineteen Sixty-eight failed to tighten up in the end. Francesco Muzzioli ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:43 +0200 Traces of SMOG: a «Group Portrait» by Sasha Sokolov. About “Obshchaia tetrad” <p class="Testofrontespizio">In 1989 Russian author Sasha Sokolov published “Obshchaia tetrad, ili zhe Gruppovoi portret SMOGa” (The Shared Notebook, or a Group Portrait of the SMOG), a lyrical essay whose form lies between prose and poetry. In this text the writer commemorates his poetic experience as a young member of the SMOG underground group in Moscow in the early 1960s. However, unlike other memories published on the matter by former smogists, this is a highly lyrical work that recreates the atmosphere and the emotional drive felt by the young poets back then. In analyzing the short text, it is possible to enucleate the structure, the motifs, the images, as well as the collage through which the author puts together the «shared notebook» of the group. The text is the result of the harmonic and organic interweaving of verses and images taken from other smogists, as well as from the smogists’ literary models.</p> Martina Napolitano ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:43 +0200 A Strange Case of Prof. Efremov, or The Bull's Hour As a Communist Dystopia <p>The article is dedicated to the analysis of <em>The Bull’s Hour</em> (<em>Chas byka</em>) by Ivan Efremov, a final novel in a series of his science fiction works about a remote communist future of the Earth. In the description of the terrestrial astronauts’ mission to a planet named <em>Tormans</em>, utopia and dystopia merge: the utopian communist society of the Earth is contrasted with a sinister dystopian reality of Tormans, where terror, violence, and repressions flourish and where the totalitarian mechanism of the State rejects any idea of human life valour. The description of Tormans recalls explicitly the realia of the 20<sup>th</sup> century, with particular references not only to the USA, China and the Nazi Germany, but – and, may be, mostly – to the Soviet Union. The <em>Bull’s Hour</em> therefore can be read as a literary act of resistance against the regime and an expression of a hope of possible changes of the Soviet system.</p> Dmitry Novokhatskiy ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:44 +0200 Due to Nanni (Between sense of the end and work-movement) The essay proposes to consider the recurrence of the apocalyptic theme in Balestrini's work, in relation to the fabricated and unstoppable “movementist” nature of his action (textual, critical, and in the context of cultural organization). From an “antagonistic” point of view, the essay refers, among other things, to the <em>L’orda d’oro</em> (Golden Horde) season, and to the same editorial project behind the book (first published in 1988); and to the controversial experience of the review <em>Quindici</em> (1967-1969). Tommaso Ottonieri ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:46 +0200 Bob Dylan and the Strummers. Popular Music in Italian Narrative after 1977 <p class="testo-frontespizio-western"><span><span>In this article I will analyse a corpus of Italian narratives set in Italy in the second half of the 1970s. My purpose is to show that the act of listening to popular music and sometimes singing or writing songs as represented in these narratives is part of young characters’ dissent towards the political and social system of those years. In the first section I will give a short survey of the methodological and cultural premises of this study. In particular, I will pay attention to the musical debate of those years, which tended to praise political songwriting against pop music. In the following sections I will tackle the various nuances of the relationship between representations of dissent and musical references, especially to Italian ‘</span><span>cantautori</span><span><em>’ </em></span><span>and Bob Dylan, in </span><span><em>Porci con le ali </em></span><span>by Rocco and Antonia (1976), </span><span><em>Boccalone </em></span><span>by Enrico Palandri (1979), </span><span><em>Altri libertini </em></span><span>by Pier Vittorio Tondelli (1980), and other works that have marked the rise of Italian new fiction between the late Seventies and the beginning of the Eighties. In the final Appendix I will briefly examine two novels of the first decade of the 21</span><sup><span>st</span></sup><span> Century – </span><span><em>Occidente per principianti </em></span><span>by Nicola Lagioia (2004) and </span><span><em>Piove all’insù </em></span><span>by Luca Rastello (2006) – suggesting that literary references to Bob Dylan and popular music have lost their direct connection to dissent.</span></span></p> Elena Porciani ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:46 +0200 Aesthetic Dissent and Cultural Resistance at the Origin of the Andrei Bely Prize <p>During the late Soviet era, the Belyj Prize represents a symbolic emancipation for the so called ‘Second culture’ from the official cultural establishment and the prescribed canon of Socialist Realism. This unique initiative, claiming aesthetic and ideological independence, was supported by an autonomous system of circulation of texts, with structured self-publishing channels, such as the Leningrad literary journal <em>Časy</em>. It is not a case that the idea of this prize was born in 1978 in the editorial staff of this journal.<br />Supported by a text from samizdat literature of that time, the study intends to analyze the comparison of two opposite cultures at the end of the 1970s, putting in evidence the origin of the Prize, as an emblematic case of intellectual dissent, born with the aim of subverting the literary values of Soviet culture, in the name of freedom of thought and expression. At the end of the 20th century, the literary proposals the aesthetic trends that emerged from such unofficial cultural context will become dominant.</p> Marco Sabbatini ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:48 +0200 The Theatre of Dissent in Non-aligned Slovenia and Yugoslavia from the 1950-ies till the Fall of the Berlin Wall <p>The aim of the essay is to throw some additional light on the politics of dissent in the Slovene and Yugoslav theatre of the 20th century. It focuses on the specific Central and East European area of non-aligned Yugoslavia as a Second World cultural model in the period of socialism and post-socialism. It thus outlines the alternative culture that emerged after Tito’s break with Stalin in 1948 and continued with neo-avant-gardes and movements of dissent in the postmodern era marked by a severe crisis of self-management socialism. The essay starts from the definitions of the political in the post-dramatic by Hans-Thies Lehmann, and the theatre of opposition or dissidence and theatre of consensus by Valentina Valentini. It outlines the specific character of the Slovene theatre and the ideology of mild socialism that continued to define many aspects of the political within the one-party system of the former Yugoslavia. Thus, it maps a new geography of this specific East European theatre of dissent from the experimental theatre of the 1960's and 1970's until the retro-avant-garde subversive theatre of the Neue Slowenische Kunst.</p> Tomaž Toporišič ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:50 +0200 Fox hunting: in the maze of nonfiction <p>With this issue we inaugurate a new section, <em>Open Field</em>, which will host discussions on recent works and on moot questions. We start with a discussion focused on <em>Max Fox o le relazioni pericolose</em> by Sergio Luzzatto (2019), that expands on the relationship between ethics and literature and on the characteristics of contemporary non fiction.<span></span></p><p> </p> Clotilde Bertoni, Tomaso Montanari, Gianluigi Simonetti. Ed. Clotilde Bertoni, Niccolò Scaffai ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:51 +0200 Practicing Dissent. Interview with Giorgina Pi <p class="Testofrontespizio">Giorgina Pi is a theatre director, activist, video maker, and outspoken feminist. She is among the founders of the Angelo Mai collective, who transformed an abandoned warehouse in Rome into one of the city’s most active cultural hubs. Home of the artistic formation “Bluemotion”, Angelo Mai represents an uncommon form of grassroots initiative joining cultural experimentation and political commitment in a network expanding both nationally and internationally. Here, Giorgina Pi talks about practicing theatre and art as a form of dissent, and how this shapes creative relationhips and experiences.</p> Serena Guarracino ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:52 +0200 Web Journals and Multimedia Hypothesis, the Elephant and the Castle <p class="Testofrontespizio">This article aims to propose a reflection on the impact of open access publications in the field of literary criticism and comparative literature. The case study proposed is the publishing experience of the Open Access Journal «Elephant &amp; Castle».</p><p class="Testofrontespizio"> </p><p class="Testofrontespizio"> </p> Marina Guglielmi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 00:00:00 +0200 Federico Bertoni, <i>Letteratura. Teorie, metodi, strumenti</i> Review of the book <em>Letteratura. Teorie, metodi, strumenti </em>by Federico Bertoni. Claudia Cao ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 00:00:00 +0200 Giorgia Grilli, <i>Public Schools: formare il giovane uomo ideale. Studio di una istituzione inglese tra storia dell’educazione e letteratura per l'infanzia<i> Review of the book <em>Public Schools: formare il giovane uomo ideale. Studio di una istituzione inglese tra storia dell’educazione e letteratura per l'infanzia </em>by Giorgia Grilli. Claudia Correggi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 00:00:00 +0200 Anna Ascenzi, <i>Drammi privati e pubbliche virtù. La maestra italiana dell’Ottocento tra narrazione letteraria e cronaca giornalistica</i> Review of the book  <em>Drammi privati e pubbliche virtù. </em><em><em>La maestra italiana dell’Ottocento tra narrazione letteraria e cronaca giornalistica</em></em> by Anna Ascenzi. Giulio Iacoli ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:53 +0200 Barbara Distefano, <i>Sciascia maestro di scuola. Lo scrittore insegnante, i registri di classe e l'impegno pedagogico</i> Review of the book <em>Sciascia maestro di scuola. Lo scrittore insegnante, i registri di classe e l'impegno pedagogico </em>by Barbara Distefano. Giulio Iacoli ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:52 +0200 Bruno Falcetto (ed.), <i>Lector in aula. Didattica universitaria della letteratura italiana contemporanea</i> Review of the book <em>Lector in aula. Didattica universitaria della letteratura italiana contemporanea</em> edited by Bruno Falcetto. Simone Marsi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:53 +0200 Loredana Magazzeni, <i>Operaie della penna. Donne, docenti e libri scolastici fra Ottocento e Novecento</i> Review of the book O<em>peraie della penna. Donne, docenti e libri scolastici fra Ottocento e Novecento </em>by Loredana Magazzeni. Simone Marsi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:54 +0200 Maria Ranieri, Francesco Fabbro, Andrea Nardi, <i>La media education nella scuola multiculturale. Teorie, pratiche, strumenti</i> <p>Review of the book <em>La media education nella scuola multiculturale. Teorie, pratiche, strumenti</em> by Maria Ranieri, Francesco Fabbro, Andrea Nardi.</p><p> </p><p> </p> Cristina Nesi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:54 +0200 Giuseppe Benedetti, Donatella Coccoli, <i>Gramsci per la scuola. Conoscere è vivere</i> Review of the book <em>Gramsci per la scuola. Conoscere è vivere </em>by Giuseppe Benedetti, Donatella Coccoli. Cinzia Ruozzi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:55 +0200 Federico Bertoni, <i>Insegnare (e vivere) ai tempi del virus<i> Review of the book <em>Insegnare (e vivere) ai tempi del virus </em>by Federico Bertoni. Attilio Scuderi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:56 +0200 Stefania Sini, <i>Contrasti di forme. Boris Èjchenbaum teorico della letteratura</i> Review of the book <em>Contrasti di forme. Boris Èjchenbaum teorico della letteratura </em>by<em> </em>Stefania Sini. Noemi Albanese ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:56 +0200 <h1>Guido Mattia Gallerani, <em>Pseudo-saggi. (Ri)scritture tra critica e letteratura</em></h1> Review of Guido Mattia Gallerani's <em>Pseudo-saggi. (Ri)scritture tra critica e letteratura.</em> Alberto Comparini ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:56 +0200 Yi-Ping Ong, <i> The Art of Being: Poetics of the Novel and Existentialists Philosophy <i> Review of Yi-Ping Ong's <em>The Art of Being: Poetics of the Novel and Existentialists Philosophy</em> Alberto Comparini ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:56 +0200 David Quint, <i>Virgil's Double Cross: Design and Meaning in the Aeneid<i> Review of David Quint's <em>Virgil's Double Cross: Design and Meaning in the Aeneid.</em> Corrado Confalonieri ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:57 +0200 Beatrice Seligardi, <i>Ellissi dello sguardo</i>. Pathosformeln <i>dell’inespressività femminile dalla cultura visuale alla letteratura</i> <p>Review of the book <em>Ellissi dello sguardo. </em>Pathosformeln<em> dell’inespressività femminile dalla cultura visuale alla letteratura </em>by Beatrice Seligardi.</p><p> </p> Marina Guglielmi ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 00:00:00 +0200 Federico Fastelli, <i>Epica dell’Ottobre. John Reed, la rivoluzione e il mito dei Dieci giorni che sconvolsero il mondo<i> <p>Review of Fedrico Fastelli, <em>Epica dell'Ottobre. John Reed, la rivoluzione e il mito dei Dieci giorni che sconvolsero il mondo.</em></p><p> </p> Lorenzo Mari ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:57 +0200 John Rieder, <i>Science Fiction and the Mass Cultural Genre System<i> Reviwe of John Rieder's <em>Science Fiction and the Mass Cultural Genre System.</em> Francesco Nieddu ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:57 +0200 Riccardo Castellana, <i>Finzioni biografiche. Teoria e storia di un genere ibrido</i> Review of the book <em>Finzioni biografiche. Teoria e storia di un genere ibrido</em> by Riccardo Castellana. Isotta Piazza ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:58 +0200 Peppino Ortoleva, <i>Miti a bassa intensità. Racconti, media, vita quotidiana</i> Review of Peppino Ortoleva's <em>Miti a bassa intensità.  Racconti, media, vita quotidiana</em>. Salvatore Renna ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:58 +0200 Filippo Pennacchio, <i>Il romanzo global. Uno studio narratologico</i> Review of the book <em>Il romanzo global. Uno studio narratologico</em> by Filippo Pennacchio. Lavinia Torti ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 May 2020 20:35:59 +0200