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by Barbara Spackman

eBook Fascist Virilities: Rhetoric, Ideology, and Social Fantasy in Italy ePub
Author: Barbara Spackman
Language: English
ISBN: 0816627878
ISBN13: 978-0816627875
Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press; First edition edition (February 1, 2008)
Pages: 208
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 359
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Fascist Virilities exposes the relation between rhetoric and ideology. Barbara Spackman looks at Italian fascism as a matter of discourse, with "virility" as the master code that articulates and melds its disparate elements

Fascist Virilities exposes the relation between rhetoric and ideology. Barbara Spackman looks at Italian fascism as a matter of discourse, with "virility" as the master code that articulates and melds its disparate elements. In her analysis, rhetoric binds together the elements of ideology, with "virility" as the key. To reveal how this works, Spackman traces the circulati Fascist Virilities exposes the relation between rhetoric and ideology

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In his essay Fascist Ideology, the intellectual historian Zeev Sternhell has little trouble in characterizing the essential ideological import of F. T. Marinetti’s futurism as fascist from start to finish, from 1909 to 1943: As early as 1909 the Futurists’ Manifesto had set out the essentials of what subsequently became the moral ideals of fascism, to which the twenties and thirties made no new contribution: 1. We want to sing the love of danger, the habit of energy and rashness. 2. The essential elements of our poetry will be courage, audacity and revolt.

Barbara Spackman is Professor of Italian Studies and Comparative Literature and holder of the Giovanni and Ruth Elizabeth .

Barbara Spackman is Professor of Italian Studies and Comparative Literature and holder of the Giovanni and Ruth Elizabeth Cecchetti Chair in Italian Literature at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Ruth Ben-Ghiat's Fascist Modernities: Italy 1922-1945 is among the very best analyses of Fascist culture in any . Most impressive of all, Ben-Ghiat single-handedly changes our understanding of the place of realism in Italian literary history and in twentieth-century cinema.

Most impressive of all, Ben-Ghiat single-handedly changes our understanding of the place of realism in Italian literary history and in twentieth-century cinema. ―Barbara Spackman, author of Fascist Virilities: Rhetoric, Ideology and Social Fantasy in Italy. Ruth Ben-Ghiat's book is an important contribution to the history of fascist culture, showing the complex ways in which fascism used intellectuals and intellectuals used fascism. ―Alexander Stille, author of Benevolence and Betrayal: Five Italian-Jewish Families Under Fascism.

Part of the Genders and Sexualities in History book series (GSX) A. Sbacchi, Legacy of Bitterness: Ethiopia and Fascist Italy, 1935–1941 (Lawrenceville, 1997).

Part of the Genders and Sexualities in History book series (GSX). In a 9 May 1936 speech in Rome broadcast over thousands of loudspeakers throughout Italy, Mussolini announced the conquest of Ethiopia. B. Spackman, Fascist Virilities: Rhetoric, Ideology, and Social Fantasy in Italy (Minneapolis, 1996). 3. Cited in F. Le Houérou, L’épopée des soldats de Mussolini en Abyssinie. A. See in particular the chapter, ‘Poison gas and atrocities in the Italo-Ethiopian War, 1935–1936’, pp. 55–85;Google Scholar.

Fascist Virilities exposes the relation between rhetoric and ideology. Barbara Spackman looks at Italian fascism as a matter of discourse, with "virility" as the master code that articulates and melds its disparate elements. In her analysis, rhetoric binds together the elements of ideology, with "virility" as the key. To reveal how this works, Spackman traces the circulation of "virility" in the discourse of the Italian regime and in the rhetorical practices of Mussolini himself. She tracks the appearance of virility in two of the sources of fascist rhetoric, Gabriele D'Annunzio and F.T. Marinetti, in the writings of the futurist Valentine de Saint Point and the fascist feminist Teresa Labriola, and in the speeches of Mussolini.A critical and timely contribution to the current reappraisal of fascist ideology, this book will interest anyone concerned with the relations between gender, sexuality, and fascist discourse.
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