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Edmondo De Amicis – L’infermiere di Tata – Audiobook – Audiolibro – MP3 – Lettura di Valerio Di Stefano

Easy Plugin for AdSense by Unreal La mattina d’un giorno piovoso di marzo, un ragazzo vestito da campagnuolo, tutto inzuppato d’acqua e infangato, con un involto di panni sotto il braccio, si presentava al portinaio dell’Ospedale maggiore di Napoli e domandava di suo padre, presentando una lettera. Aveva un bel viso ovale d’un bruno pallido, […]

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ven, giugno 22 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Edmondo De Amicis – Il piccolo scrivano fiorentino – Audiobook – MP3 – Lettura di Valerio Di Stefano

Faceva la quarta elementare. Era un grazioso fiorentino di dodici anni, nero di capelli e bianco di viso, figliuolo maggiore d’un impiegato delle strade ferrate, il quale, avendo molta famiglia e poco stipendio, viveva nelle strettezze. Suo padre lo amava ed era assai buono e indulgente con lui: indulgente in tutto fuorché in quello che […]

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gio, giugno 21 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Maurizio Bolognetti “La peste italiana, il caso Basilicata”

Con l’autore, partecipano al dibattito Angelo Angelastri, del direttivo provinciale di Generazione Futuro, e Massimiliano Amenta, coordinatore provinciale di Generazione Futuro. Matera, 15 giugno 2012

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lun, giugno 18 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Oscar Wilde – Printing and Printers

(Pall Mall Gazette, November 16, 1888.) Nothing could have been better than Mr. Emery Walker’s lecture on Letterpress Printing and Illustration, delivered last night at the Arts and Crafts.  A series of most interesting specimens of old printed books and manuscripts was displayed on the screen by means of the magic-lantern, and Mr. Walker’s explanations […]

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gio, giugno 14 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Oscar Wilde – Sculpture of the Arts and Crafts

(Pall Mall Gazette, November 9, 1888.) The most satisfactory thing in Mr. Simonds’ lecture last night was the peroration, in which he told the audience that ‘an artist cannot be made.’  But for this well-timed warning some deluded people might have gone away under the impression that sculpture was a sort of mechanical process within […]

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gio, giugno 14 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Oscar Wilde – Mr. Morris or Tapestry

(Pall Mall Gazette, November 2, 1888.) Yesterday evening Mr. William Morris delivered a most interesting and fascinating lecture on Carpet and Tapestry Weaving at the Arts and Crafts Exhibition now held at the New Gallery.  Mr. Morris had small practical models of the two looms used, the carpet loom where the weaver sits in front […]

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gio, giugno 14 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Oscar Wilde – Arts at Willi’s Room

(Sunday Times, December 25, 1887.) Accepting a suggestion made by a friendly critic last week, Mr. Selwyn Image began his second lecture by explaining more fully what he meant by literary art, and pointed out the difference between an ordinary illustration to a book and such creative and original works as Michael Angelo’s fresco of […]

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gio, giugno 14 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Oscar Wilde – The Unity of the Arts: A Lecture and a Five O’Clock

Pall Mall Gazette, December 12, 1887.) Last Saturday afternoon, at Willis’s Rooms, Mr. Selwyn Image delivered the first of a series of four lectures on Modern Art before a select and distinguished audience.  The chief point on which he dwelt was the absolute unity of all the arts and, in order to convey this idea, […]

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gio, giugno 14 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Oscar Wilde – The American Invasion

(Court and Society Review, March 23, 1887.) A terrible danger is hanging over the Americans in London.  Their future and their reputation this season depend entirely on the success of Buffalo Bill and Mrs. Brown-Potter.  The former is certain to draw; for English people are far more interested in American barbarism than they are in […]

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gio, giugno 14 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments

Oscar Wilde – Keats Sonnet on Blue

(Century Guild Hobby Horse, July 1886.) During my tour in America I happened one evening to find myself in Louisville, Kentucky.  The subject I had selected to speak on was the Mission of Art in the Nineteenth Century, and in the course of my lecture I had occasion to quote Keats’s Sonnet on Blue as […]

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gio, giugno 14 2012 » Senza categoria » No Comments