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Manzoni

Alessandro . 1785--1873, Italian romantic novelist and poet, famous for his historical novel I Promessi sposi (1825--27)
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Mr Manzoni replied: "It might be inconvenient but I'm here to tell you what I think is really going on."
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After introducing in her premise the main intent of her analysis, Crosta states that the dissemination of Manzoni's work was due for the most part to the intellectuals, mainly teachers of Italian language and journalists, who were exiled in these two countries for political reasons.
A spokesman for the Henry Moore Institute said: "It's amazing that Kong is held in such great affection by the city of Birmingham after residing in Manzoni Gardens for just six months.
Sembra quasi irrispettoso scrivere una recensione di un libro su Alessandro Manzoni a margine degli attentati terroristici che, nello spazio di due giorni, hanno colpito due metropoli e centri culturali importanti come Parigi e Beirut.
Cabinet Office chief John Manzoni warned this went beyond their contracts and would cost PS282,892 - and possibly far more when applied to 30 similar staff across Whitehall.
Civil service chief executive John Manzoni insisted the Prime Minister would have to order him to boost the severance packages because he "strongly" disagreed with the move.
| Designed by Hungerford artist Nicholas Monro, the 18ft fibreglass statue was originally commissioned for The City of Birmingham sculpture Project by the Peter Stuyvesant Foundation and it stood tall in Manzoni Gardens behind the original Bull Ring shopping centre for six months in 1972.
The Legends Requiem Concert is an amazing version of Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem, a musical setting of the Roman Catholic funeral mass, composed in memory of the Italian poet and novelist Alessandro Manzoni.
Questo saggio nasce da uno studio sul coraggio della verita nei due testi che Alessandro Manzoni ha pubblicato all'interno della Quarantana, I promessi sposi e la Storia della colonna infame.