Il mondo della Luna comprises a be farce in which the old fool and amateur astronomer Buonafede
, who opposes the marriages of his daughters and his maid to their respective boyfriends, is tricked by one of the boyfriends, Ecclitico, into thinking that there is life on the moon.
An astronomer, Ecclitico, his friend, Ernesto, and his valet, Cecco, are in love, respectively, with the two daughters, Clarice and Flaminia, and the chambermaid, Lisetta, of a wealthy dilettante, Buonafede
. By showing Buonafede
an idyllic life on the moon through a telescope, they trick him, with the aid of an opiate, into believing he makes a voyage there, and get him to agree to the marriages.
(20) The first of his monograph's three sections, investigating the charlatan's image, ends with a case study of Buonafede
Vitali, now the subject of a monograph by Giorgio Cosmacini.
Operatic roles: These include Cadmus in Handel's Semele; Buonafede
in Haydn's Il Mondo de la Luna; Adonis in Blow's Venus and Adonis and David in Mascagni's L'amico Fritz.
, an analyst with New York-based Fox-Pitt, Kelton (FPK), last fall called the FHLBs' mortgage programs "the greatest competitive insurgence that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have likely ever faced." His analysis went on to suggest that MPP and MPF will cost Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae between 1 percentage point and 2 percentage points of earnings per share growth in 2003 (12 cents to 14 cents of earnings per share [EPS]).
(TAE802) MORTGAGE FINANCE COMPANIES: CHRISTOPHER BUONAFEDE
- FOX-PITT, KELTON.
, Hirani, and Yonker (2002) provide this type of profitability analysis for the FHLB mortgage programs and their variants.
Received from Dennis & Teresa Buonafede
(5) The word "socialism" evidently first appeared in Italy in 1765, in Ferdinando Facchinei's commentary on Beccaria's On Crime and Punishment; twenty years later, it appeared in the writings of Appiano Buonafede
to underline the idea that sociability is a natural human condition.
In this volume is collected the 18th-century correspondence of the Countess Maria Maddalena Parisetti and Appiano Buonafede
. The letters are preceded by an introduction (11-32) and are followed by appendices that include Ritratti poetici critici e storici by Buonafede
and an unedited letter from Buonafede
to Paolo Maria Paciaudi.