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García, Justo, 2010. Diccionario manual teológico , Barcelona, Clie. González Hernando, Irene, 2009. “Los ángeles”, Revista Digital de Iconografía Medieval , 1, pp. 1–9. Grimal, Pierre, 1981. Diccionario de mitología griega y romana , Barcelona, Paidós. ← 166 | 167 → González Ollé, Fernando, 1962. Los sufijos diminutivos en el castellano medieval , Madrid, Anejos de la Revista de Filología Española . González Sánchez, Santiago, 2010. La corona de Castilla: vida política (1406–1420). Acontecimientos, tendencias y estructuras , Madrid, Universidad Complutense

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, and even these are less prominent than his discussions of, say, South America, which draw on well-documented readings. 4 Such observations as there are, though, cover an impressive amount of ground. Historically Leopardi ranges from Chandragupta’s empire (the continued existence of independent city states in Mauryan northern India, referred to in Zib . 918, 4–6 April 1821); to the reign of Emperor Akbar (in the sati episode contained in ‘La scommessa di Prometeo’ written in 1824, the source of which was Bartoli’s mission to the court of Agra); to the fall of the

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, America, Africa, South America and the tropics. Writing in ‘modern’ times, as nation-states emerged and Britain expanded its empire, and reflecting her contemporaries’ engagement with the world beyond national borders, Landon has her English characters busily cross national borders and tests their prejudices in encounters with the ‘foreign’ Other(s) and with different points of view. Their travels to Italy and Spain are not just a diversion but a thematically and discursively integral part of the novel. They also develop through travel and experience of the world, à la

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legga più che nell’Alemagna. I soli Stati Uniti d’America potrebbero in ciò esserle paragonati. 1333 ← 341 | 342 → Ähnlich verdeutlicht man auch zu Beginn des Jahres 1829 den enormen Ausstoß des deutschen Buchmarkts. Das beeindruckende Zahlenmaterial stammt dieses Mal aus der Revue enciclopédique : Nel 1827 pubblicate furono nell’Alemagna 4303 opere nuove, delle quali 344 di filologia; 50 di mitologia e di antiquaria; 275 sull’insegnamento, sulla educazione e sull’istruzione; 399 di storia e di biografia; 197 di geografia, compresivi i viaggi, 101 di filosofia

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identity in my study. However, at the start of a third millennium where Africa (along with Asia and South America) will again exert a strong influence on European Christianity, I would note the sometimes overlooked role North African Christianity played in the first millennium of the Church (particularly its first seven centuries), and the influence it exercised in the Latin language upon its brethren across the Mediterranean. ←95 |  96→ There are weaker arguments too for Latin’s use. Gill, for example, claims that Latin ‘allows for modern day liturgical assemblies

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Retiro-Park ehrt der junge Menéndez y Pelayo in seinem „Brindis del Retiro“ die Verdienste Calderón de la Barcas und die Bedeutung von Katholizismus und Monarchie für die spanische Kultur: Brindo por lo que nadie ha brindado hasta ahora: por las grandes ideas que fueron alma e inspiración de los poemas calderonianos. En primer lugar, por la fe católica, apostólica, romana, que en siete siglos de lucha nos hizo reconquistar el patriosuelo, y que en los albores del Renacimiento abrió a los castellanos las vírgenes selvas de América, y los portugueses los fabulosos

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. (RAE, CORPES XXI, M. P. Janer, Pasiones romanas . Barcelona: Planeta, 2005). (28) Por supuesto que pensamos llegar a un acuerdo con ella; no queremos escándalos. Pero nos gustaría tener un triunfo en la mano por si Paula pretendiera acudir a los tribunales. Un testigo en su contra. Es decir, tú, César. En realidad, se repitió atolondradamente César, Paula se merecía el despido. No tienes más que firmar aquí; y te garantizo que guardaré el papel en la caja fuerte y que solo lo sacaré en caso necesario. Si todo marcha bien no lo sabrá nadie, o casi nadie; pero

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, Verlag Laterza, Roma-Bari 2008. Zum Marshall-Plan und seine Bedeutung im weiteren Rahmen der europäischen Integration siehe: Alain Milward, The Reconstruction of Western Europe 1945–1951 , Methuen, London 1984; M. Hogan, The Marshall Plan. America, Britain and the Recostruction of Western Europe 1947–1952 , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1987; Elena Aga Rossi (Hrsg.), Il Piano Marshall e l’Europa , Istituto dell’Enciclopedia Italiana, Roma 1983. 816 Sforza betonte auch, dass Botschafter Quaroni die Konferenz als „den Grundstein eines neuen europäischen

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stereotypical or conventional forms – it could not have been otherwise). Thus, by assuming various guises, references to the labyrinth appear among writers creating in many languages and representing different currents and styles, including the greatest: Mann, Joyce, and Borges. Still, there are two literary currents in which labyrinth-related themes perform an unusually profound role, becoming their trademark: Latin American prose, and the nouveau roman . The former term is rather imprecise and general. Those who contribute to Latin American literature or have remained

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(Brescia: Geroldi, 2009), 327–59, esp. 330–6. 38 Luigi Borsari attributed the episodes in the life of Napoleone Orsini to Benozzo Gozzoli. “Il castello di Bracciano ed i recenti restauri,” Arte e Storia 13 (1890), 102. The fresco was later attributed to Antoniazzo in Borsari and Ojetti, Il castello , 22, 37–9, after the letter of 1 January 1490 was found in the Archivio Capitolino in Rome. Subsequently the painting was cited by scholars as a work by the Roman painter and his workshop. For example, see Herbert E. Everett, “Antoniazzo Romano,” American Journal