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Capuana

Luigi. 1839--1915, Italian realist novelist, dramatist, and critic. His works include the novel Giacinta (1879) and the play Malia (1895)
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For some, such as Scalia (1952: 241), Madrignani (1970: 249), Davies (1979: 106-114), Storti Abate (1989: 136) and Cappello (1994: 131-132), Rassegnazione is an unambiguously polemical parody, in which Capuana attacks the ideology of superomismo with D'Annunzio's own weapons.
El nombre de Savinio aparece al principio y al final de la nota, bajo su influencia se abre y se cierra este fragmento marcado por la divagacion, donde el relato avanza a traves de las asociaciones mentales entre motivos diversos: el nombre de Giacinta recuerda el titulo homonimo de una novela de Luigi Capuana, la cualidad de "peliculera" que caracteriza a aquella origina una disquisicion sobre el problema de traducir esta palabra al italiano y la opcion que escogio Eugenio Montale .
Le pergamene angioine della Mater Ecclesia Capuana (1270-1273), II, Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, Napoli 2010.
Although La Tempranica possesses some typical characteristics of the genre --one act (divided in three tableaus), a simple plot filled with Spanish national music, dance and gypsy argot-- there are also some nuances, particularly, because the work crosses the portal into Italian verismo, a fundamental characteristic of zarzuelas produced between 1900 and 1915, whose primary influences were rooted in French Naturalism somewhat modified by Italians Giovanni Verga and Luigi Capuana.
La entrada de Carlos V en 1535 se produjo por la puerta Capuana, decorada en 1484 por Ferrante d'Aragona a modo de arco de triunfo y designada como punto de ingreso para cada personaje ilustre que entrara en la ciudad: a traves de ella accedian los nuevos obispos y todos los virreyes que habian viajado por tierra hasta la capital (92).
The play between appearance and reality (with the relevance of the mirror image and connections with the Freudian theory of the uncanny-das Unheimliche) leads Mangini to approach anamorphosis from a literary point of view, relating it to the treatment of the fantastic in three Italian authors, Capuana, Papini, and Pirandello.
Capuana, 'Australia-Italy trade and investments', in Genovesi and Musolino (Eds), 2000, op.
On "cosmopolitan" literature, see for instance the polemic between Ugo Ojetti and Luigi Capuana in, respectively, "Quelques litterateurs italiens" and Gli "ismi" contemporanei.
Mancini, "The forms of long prose fiction in late medieval and early modern Italian literature"; Olga Ragusa, "Alessandro Manzoni and developments in the historical novel"; Giovanni Carsaniga, "Literary realism in Italy: Verga, Capuana, and verismo"; Nicolas J.
15) Of the Seggi, the two most important, with the highest concentration of aristocratic families, were those of Capuana and Nido, while those of Porto, Montagna, and Portanova had considerably less social standing and political influence.
It is not so well to find Saint Giles's so repulsive, and the Porta Capuana so attractive.