By Sharon Wood,Erica Moretti,Sabrina Cavallucci,Sara Ceroni,Chiara Chini,Ombretta Frau,Cristina Gragnani,Filippo Fonio,Ursula Fanning,Marianna Deganutti,Julie Dashwood,Noemi Crain-Merz,Stephen Gundle,Mariarosa Mettifogo,Enrico Minardi,Giulia Pezzuolo,Lisa Sa

This e-book explores the paintings of a author, Annie Chartres Vivanti (1866–1942), who
brought a transnational size to the marked provincialism of the Italian novel by
addressing problems with gender, ethnicity, and sexuality on own and international
levels, and through growing paintings that distanced itself from a lot of the female-penned literature of
the day, scorning either decorum and social respectability. Chapters during this e-book examine
Vivanti’s output from a number of views, making an allowance for her politics and her
career as a journalist, author, and singer, in addition to her literary work.

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Annie Chartres Vivanti: Transnational Politics, Identity, and Culture (The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series in Italian Studies) by Sharon Wood,Erica Moretti,Sabrina Cavallucci,Sara Ceroni,Chiara Chini,Ombretta Frau,Cristina Gragnani,Filippo Fonio,Ursula Fanning,Marianna Deganutti,Julie Dashwood,Noemi Crain-Merz,Stephen Gundle,Mariarosa Mettifogo,Enrico Minardi,Giulia Pezzuolo,Lisa Sa


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