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Italian Humanities An Inaugural Lecture by Raffaello Piccoli

Italian Humanities An Inaugural Lecture


Italian Humanities An Inaugural Lecture by Raffaello Piccoli

First published in 1929, this book contains the text of the inaugural lecture delivered by Raffello Piccoli upon his appointment to the professorship of Italian in the University of Cambridge that year. Piccoli discusses the history of the study of Italian in England and the relationship between English and Italian literature. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the history of Anglo-Italian relations.

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Publication date

12th December 2013


Raffaello Piccoli

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Cambridge University Press


40 pages


Literary studies: general



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