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Italian Cultural Studies: An Introduction [Paperback]

David Forgacs , Robert Lumley
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THIS opening Part introduces some of the ways in which Italy has been represented, both by Italians and by non-Italians, and offers ways of dealing critically with some of the more pervasive stereotypes. Read the first page
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