Capuana


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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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13) Cohen-Katz, J., Wiley, S., Capuana, T., Baker, D.
Capuana (1993), DeHart (1993), Haarlow (2000), and Galinova (2005) each undertook evaluation involving a historical examination of honors education.
Le pergamene angioine della Mater Ecclesia Capuana (1266-1269), I, Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, Napoli 2008.
Bettini P, Michelotti S, Bindi D, Giannini M, Capuana R, Buiatti M (2003) Pleiotropic effect of the insertion of the Agrobacterium rhizogenes rolD gene in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) Theor.
ayacahuite (Capuana y Giannini, 1995; Calixto y Pais, 1997; Saborio et al., 1997; Sul y Korban, 2004).
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.
* Louis Capuana Jr., president of Thermasource, a geothermal consulting and drilling business based in Santa Rosa, Calif., explained how advances in technology are allowing his company to tap into and generate power from geothermal resources that in the past would not have been considered hot enough for commercial use.
Capuana, 'Australia-Italy trade and investments', in Genovesi and Musolino (Eds), 2000, op.
(19.) On "cosmopolitan" literature, see for instance the polemic between Ugo Ojetti and Luigi Capuana in, respectively, "Quelques litterateurs italiens" and Gli "ismi" contemporanei.