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Tirano

(tērä`nō), town (1991 pop. 8,919), Lombardy, N Italy, on the Adda River, in the ValtellinaValtellina
, Alpine valley of the upper Adda River, c.75 mi (120 km) long, in Lombardy, N Italy, extending from Lake Como to the Stelvio Pass. The main towns are Sondrio and Tirano. The valley is a fertile agricultural region, known for its wine.
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, near the Swiss border. It is an agricultural and silk market. Nearby is the Church of the Madonna di Tirano (1503), a popular place of pilgrimage. The Bernina railroad, the highest in the Alps, runs from Tirano to St. Moritz, Switzerland.
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Nao obstante, o que se ve neste processo e a anulacao desse saber proprio de Edipo como tirano. No espaco da cidade, na qual tudo o que acontece esta em consonancia com os desejos do Olimpo, torna-se desnecessario qualquer tipo de governo.
Ya en los 90, su proyecto editorial de la Biblioteca Valle-Inclan de Circulo de Lectores vendria a completar su labor en pro de la canonizacion historiografica y editorial del escritor gallego, ocupandose el mismo ya no solo de la intendencia propia de un proceso de estas caracteristicas (derechos de autor, permisos, seleccion de especialistas, etc.), sino tambien de la reedicion de las tres obras que habia editado previamente en otras colecciones: la Sonata de primavera, Luces de bohemia y Tirano Banderas, ademas de la Vida y obra de Valle-Inclan (1866-1936), que abria la coleccion y supuso, en aquel momento, la primera aproximacion documentada a la trayectoria valleinclaniana.
Perhaps it is because of this "failure" on a political level that the international scope of Prohibition is often forgotten, just like the anti-drug and prohibitionist rhetoric of the incipient American empire is an overlooked component of Valle-Inclan's Tirano Banderas.
We were taken by coach to the station in Tirano where our group of travellers boarded the train.
In this landscape, I will approach a very specific case study, the 1929 English translation of Ramon del Valle-Inclan's novel Tirano Banderas, originally published in Spanish in 1926.