Laura Restuccia

Rimpatriati in terra straniera: Ragonese, Capretti, Sammartano e Costantini raccontano la “jaalaµ

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The “expulsionµ of the Italians from Libya, in 1970, involved about 20,000 people who, born in Libya, suddenly found themselves torn from everyday life, and catapulted into an Italy absolutely alien to them and only ideally guardian of their original culture. This work presents, by way of example, some neo-colonial and neo-historic narrative texts by Rita Ragonese, Luciana Capretti, Andrea Amedeo Sammartano and Roberto Costantini that tell the anxieties, and the deep sense of disorientation suffered by thousands of Italians forcibly repatriated to an unknown homeland


  • Repatriated to a foreign land: Ragonese
  • Capretti
  • Sammartano and Costantini tell the story of the “
  • jaalaµ


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