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Garazzino S, Krzysztofiak A, Esposito S, Castagnola E, Plebani A, Galli L, Cellini M, Lipreri R, Scolfaro C, Bertaina C, Calitri C, Bozzola E, Lancella L, Quondamcarlo A, Bosis S, Pugni L, Losurdo G, Soresina A, De Gaudio M, Mariotti I, Mancini L, Gabiano C, Tovo PA.
In his opening chapter, "Lo stupro delle negre," Marinetti, in a formulation similar to the one we observed in Oriani's texts ("il suo popolo vive nudo come i suoi deserti e con una coscienza arida del pari," Dogali 260), establishes female bodies as by-products of the colonial landscape that they inhabit: "I ventri lisci e lucenti delle fanciulle, e le piccole mammelle color di caffe abbrustolito si torcevano dal dolore sotto i pugni pesanti dei maschi .
And, finally in this trilogy of case studies, the "Indian" Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance (1817) by Irish poet Thomas Moore, a set of four long verse tales connected by a prose story that enjoyed a phenomenal international success, is followed through its equally remarkable and wide-ranging set of musical responses: from Schumann (Das Paradies und die Peri (1843)), David (Lalla-Roukh (1862)), Cesare Pugni (Lalla Rookh, or, The Rose of Lahore (1846)), and others.
In conclusione Zagarrio provoca il lettore a riflettere sul fatto che forse quello che manca al cinema contemporaneo italiano, oltre a un film spartiacque come "i pugni in tasca" di Bellocchio, e la mancanza di rabbia civile ma anche la speranza di cambiare le cose, che invece permeava tutta l'opera culturale e civile degli scrittori, dei pittori, e dei registi neorealisti.
Pentru a marca rumoarea lor bata- ioasa, isi luasera un nume provocator, Societatea dei Pugni (Societatea loviturilor de pumn).
The appallingly trivial Pugni score heaps formula upon cliche Perhaps this is what the average 19th-century Russian ballet looked and sounded like.
Virtuosic dancing tells the tale that is set to the music by five composers: Adolphe Adam, Cesare Pugni, Leo Delibes, Riccardo Drigo and Prince Oldenberg.
barra' e un locale dove si puo bere in piedi; 'faida' e right, uno scambio di pugni.
Set to the workmanlike score of Cesare Pugni, it is a fancifully silly tale about an English explorer who dreams that, as an Egyptian named Ta-Hor, he falls in love with Aspicia, the Pharaoh's daughter.
The works of two or more contemporary ballet composers, Pugni and Helsted, update the performance.
Dasche a' n'he cortelo, a' me vuo mazare coi pugni.
14) In I pugni in tasca, the mother suffers from a kind of blindness that is physical and mental alike.