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Lingue Letterature Culture

Table of Contents number 1, 2021, January-June

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-09022-5
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  • TITLE: Fronteras, Identidad y Memoria en la dimensión mediática
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  • Vol.: 11
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  • RDF
    • Stefania Licata
    • Colonial Imaginary and Radio Soap Opera: The Case of Se abren las nubes and the Spanish Guinea

    • pp. 27-40, DOI: 10.7368/101063
    • Mostafa Ammadi
    • Memory and the Construction of Identity through the Press of the Spanish Protectorate in Morocco

    • pp. 41-52, DOI: 10.7368/101064
    • Oleg Rumyantsev
    • The Identity Issue in the Press of the Rusyns of Yugoslavia in the Interwar Period

    • pp. 97-110, DOI: 10.7368/101068
    • Astrid Santana
    • Narratives of the Residue and Border Thinking in the Recent Cuban Documentary

    • pp. 111-122, DOI: 10.7368/101069
    • Assunta Polizzi
    • Identity strategies and literary chronicle from border perspectives: “Crónica sentimental de la Transiciónµ by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán in El País Semanal

    • pp. 123-134, DOI: 10.7368/101070
    • Studi/Articles

    • Federica D'Ascenzo
    • From the ‘Defantasized’ Fantastic to the Interior Monologue: The Reasons for a Failure

    • pp. 151-162, DOI: 10.7368/101072
    • Marina Giordano
    • Gender Exchange. The Correspondence between Stefano Cairola, Guglielmo and Lia Pasqualino Noto. From the ‘Mockery’ in Genua (1941) to the Centro d’Azione delle Arti di Palermo (1942)

    • pp. 163-179, DOI: 10.7368/101073
    • Robert W. Haynes
    • Downplaying Erasmian Play: Humanism and Serious Politics in Thomas Starkey’s Dialogue between Reginald Pole and Thomas Lupset

    • pp. 181-200, DOI: 10.7368/101074