La “Piccola Europa” e le crisi del nostro mondo, di Domenico Panetta
Abstract: The essay is an introduction to the critical edition of Manzoni’s Dell’indipendenza dell’Italia fragment, written between 1872 and 1873 and defined by its editor an agiographic exemplum and not an historical reconstruction of the events. Tinti notices that in this essay Manzoni makes a comparation between French revolution of 1789 and Italian revolution of 1859 and condemns the first one. For him the Italian fight for indipendence and political unity is also the fight for the realization of a provvidential project.
Alessandro Manzoni, “Dell’Indipendenza dell’Italia” (1873), a cura di Lorenzo Tinti
Abstract: The editor Lorenzo Tinti presents a critical edition of Manzoni’s Dell’indipendenza dell’Italia fragment, written between 1872 and 1873, and first illustrates the philological criteria followed in his edition of Manzoni’s essay.
La caduta della luna in Giacomo Leopardi, di Salvatore Presti
Abstract: This article illustrates the motiv of Moon fall in the opera of Giacomo Leopardi, starting from the stilistical and lessical analisis of the dialogues of Odi, Melisso. Than, the author reconstructs the fortune of letterary topos of Moon fall in the previous literature, and also in the classical authors’ production.
Abstract: The article investigates the events of History in two Italian novels of the twentieth century: Il Gattopardo by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa and La camicia bruciata by Anna Banti. The movement of History determines the stillness and the suffering of the female characters, bringing them closer to the Christian image of Mary.
Breve ricordo di Mario Scotti, di Maria Panetta
Abstract: This is the text of the speech pronounced at Palazzo Ferrajoli, in the centre of Rome, on Friday March the 24th. The occasion was the presentation to the public of the book intitled Filologia e creatività. Il mondo di Mario Scotti, during the celebrations for the Sixty anniversary from Rome’s Treateds, that was subscribed in 1957. The author makes a short retract of his Professor, Mario Scotti, and explains the reasons why she has choosen to dedicate, in this book, an essay to the relation between Scotti and dialectal literature in Italy.
Abstract: This article reconstructs the passages that have conduct to the acquisition of RCS Libri Press by Arnoldo Mondadori editor, in 2016. The author of the study analyzes also the legal aspects of the question and the cultural debate aroused in that occasion about the future of Italian system of press and publishing.
“Dettato” di Sergio Peter, di Claudio Morandini
“Goliarda Sapienza. Una voce intertestuale (1996-2016)” di Alessandra Trevisan, di Claudio Morandini
“L’Estetica di Benedetto Croce” di Ernesto Paolozzi, di Maria Panetta
“Le pietre” di Claudio Morandini, di Guido Conterio
Oriana Fallaci (1929-2006), di Sara Bernardini