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by Sibilla Aleramo

eBook Una Donna (Italian Edition) ePub
Author: Sibilla Aleramo
Language: Italian
ISBN: 8807880725
ISBN13: 978-8807880728
Publisher: Feltrinelli (February 2, 2013)
Pages: 208
Category: Classics
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 875
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ePub file: 1487 kb
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This is a great book to use in making the transition from textbook to real Italian literature! Aleramo's clear and expressive narration sets up a novel that draws the reader in quite early in the plot

by. Sibilla Aleramo (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. This is a great book to use in making the transition from textbook to real Italian literature! Aleramo's clear and expressive narration sets up a novel that draws the reader in quite early in the plot. She also manages to breach the ess technique, without losing any effect of her story. The historical significance of this novel is not to be missed. Printed in 1906, "Una Donna" remains one of the first feminist books written in Italian.

Excerpt from Una Donna: Romanzo. L'amore per mio padre mi dominava unico. Alla mamma volevo bene, ma per il babbo avevo un'adorazione illimitata; e di questa differenza mi rendevo conto, senza osare di cercarne le cause.

Books By Sibilla Aleramo. Sort by: Popularity Popularity Featured Price: Low to High Price: High to Low Avg. A Woman Oct 23, 1980. by Sibilla Aleramo, Rosalind Delmar, Richard Drake.

Una donna (Paperback). Published February 2nd 1990 by Feltrinelli. Universale Economica 1036, Paperback, 220 pages.

Sibilla Aleramo is the pseudonym of Marta Felicina "Rina" Faccio, Italian author (14 August 1876, in Alessandria – 13 January 1960, in Rome). She was a feminist best known for her autobiographical depictions of life as a woman in late 19th. She was a feminist best known for her autobiographical depictions of life as a woman in late 19th century Italy. Born Marta Felicina "Rina" Faccio in Alessandria, Piedmont. At 11, she moved with her family from Milan to the Marche region of Italy; where her father had been appointed manager of a glass factory.

1) At that time, many of the arguments that were central to Aleramo's autobiographical novel once more came to the fore, spurred on by the development of the Italian feminist movement that would grow to full-fledged maturity in the 1960s and 1970s

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Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. I've read this book partly in Italian and in English. It, honestly, changed my life. It enabled me to see the error in selflessness.

Bynelad
Non so se considerarlo un classico perché è stato scritto un secolo fa, avevo una curiosità.
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This is a great book to use in making the transition from textbook to real Italian literature! Aleramo's clear and expressive narration sets up a novel that draws the reader in quite early in the plot. She also manages to breach the stream-of-consciousness technique, without losing any effect of her story.
The historical significance of this novel is not to be missed. Printed in 1906, "Una Donna" remains one of the first feminist books written in Italian.
Overall, Aleramo's autobiographical debut is simply wonderful. I especially appreciated the insightful perspective on the pressures and challenges of becoming and being a woman in turn of the century Italian society.
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