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The Coquette or the Ambiguities. On the Fiction and the Reality of Independence in the New Republic
Silence – A Fable di Edgar Allan Poe: la lotta fra scrittura del visibile e scrittura dell’udibile
Daisy Miller e il discorso dell’ideologia
The Drunken Scheherazade: Self-Reflection in Jack London’s The Road, Martin Eden and John Barleycorn
Il tempo in una stanza. Bid Me to Live di H.D.
Un’altra “imitation” di Robert Lowell
Introduction to “Trolley Car Runs” by Henry Roth
L’inedito: “Trolley Car Runs”
Trasformazione o scomparsa del “sistema della piantagione” nel sud postbellico: recenti interpretazioni della storiografia americana
Inesprimere l’esprimibile: tre romanzi americani del 1925
Anne Sexton: The Scene of the Disordered Senses
Wendy Rose: le parole dell’assenza
Tillie Olsen. An interview with Mario Materassi
Introduction to “Bartok in Udaipur” by Nathaniel Tarn
L’inedito: “Bartok in Udaipur”
Myth and Carnival in Robert Coover’s The Public Burning
A Poetry Reading in Genoa. Edited by Massimo Bacigalupo
Leo Romero: un poeta dalla parte della luna
Transactions in a Native Land: Mixed-blood Identity and Indian Legacy in Louise Erdrich’s Writing
The Search for Origins through Storytelling in Native American Literature: Momaday, Silko, Erdrich
‘Please Use Other Door: Literary Creativity and the Publishing Industry. A Round Table with R. Boyers, R. Kalechofsky, G. Lish, M. Materassi, H. Nissenson, C. Ozick and E. Sifton
Introduction to “Myra Is Dying” by Roberta Kalechofsky
L’inedito: “Myra Is Dying”
Bartok in Udaipur
The American Frontier and the Initiation Rite to a National Literature. The Example of Edgar Huntly by Charles Brockden Brown
Economy of Logic: The Emergence of Monetary Form in Anglo-American Pragmatist and Idealist Discourse
James Merrill: A Postmodern Poet? Yes & No (With a New Poem by James Merrill)
Le Sacred Waters di Leslie Marmon Silko
Rudolfo A. Anaya. “The Cutting Edge of the Struggle.” An Interview with Mario Materassi
Introduction to “Message from the Inca” by Rudolfo A. Anaya
L’inedito: “Message from the Inca”
Women, Portraits, and Painters: “The Madonna of the Future” and “The Sweetheart of M. Briseux”
A Caravan of Gypsies: James, Sargent, and the American Symptom
A Backward Glance over Travelled Roads: Edith Wharton and Expatriation
A Reversal of Perspective: The Mother’s Voice in Edith Wharton’s The Mother’s Recompense
The Anxiety of Discovery: The Italian Interest in Native American Studies
Sacvan Bercovitch. Cross Cultural Adventures. An Interview with Giuseppe Nori
Introduction to “Willow Sheridan Rode Voltaire” by Coleman Dowell
Willow Sheridan Rode Voltaire
From Light in August to Luce d’agosto. Elio Vittorini’s literary Offences
John Barth’s Once Upon a Time: Fiction or Autobiography?
Henry David Thoreau’s De-Genera Description
The Image of the Revolution in Abolitionist Patriotism
Power and Submission: Gender Roles in William Byrd’s Secret Diary
Introduction to “Ghost Town” by Robert Coover
L’inedito: “Ghost town”
The Vanishing of Indian Princesses, or The Sentimental Transformation of the Pocahontas Myth
The Figure in the Carpet as an Allegory of Reading
Three Aesthetes in Profile: Gilbert Osmond, Mark Ambient, and Gabriel Nash
I wish he would explain his explanation: Authorial Explication in Wallace Stevens and Exra Pound
Ending the Yarn
Introduction to “Letter from Mary Antin to Mary Austin”
L’inedito: Letter from Mary Antin to Mary Austin
‘The Soul was in its Glory’: Southern Ladies Remember Plantation Life
‘The Seed Corn of a Nation.’ Military Draft and Crop Reduction in Georgia during World War I
‘Can’t you talk without pointing that thing?’ Faulkner, Chandler and The Big Sleep
The Question of Racial Identity in William Faulkner’s “Ad Astra”
The Contagious Fever of the Jungle: Primitivism in Claude McKay’s Home to Harlem
Introduction to Six poems with an Essay by Margaret Atwood
Six Poems with an Essay
Review of: Werner Sollors, Neither Black nor White Yet Both. New York, OUP, 1997
Review of: Lothar Honnighausen, Faulkner: Masks and Metaphors. Jackson, UP of Mississippi, 1997
1898: History and Memory. A lecture at the AISNA annual meeting
F. Scott Fitzgerald and Rome
The Illusion of Myth: Hollywood in The Love of the Last Tycoon: A Western
Fantasies and Fools: Allegory in the Tales of F. Scott Fitzgerald
Two Gatsbys: Translation Theory as an Aid to Understanding
Women’s education and the flourishing of the arts in eighteenth-century America
Yfrem’s Eye (introduction by Mario Materassi)
The Fostered Imagination: Henry James’s A Small Boy and Others
Italy in Hemingway’s Forty-Nine Stories with Index
Power and Poetry: Kenneth Patchen’s Critique of Classicism
Southern Progressivism in Historical Perspective: the 1890s and the 1990s
Dialogue with Joy Harjo
An American Jeremiah in Rome. A Study of Margaret Fuller’s Tribune Dispatches
Introduction to Poems by Dennis Lee
Claude McKay’s Banana Bottom: a Fictional Return to Jamaica
Dorothy Parker and Italian Women’s Magazines
Marianne Moore’s “Granite and Steel”: a Late Perspective on New York City
Faulkner’s War Birds / A Ghost Story: a Screenplay and its Relationship with Faulkner’s Fiction
Introduction to Poems by Philip Levine
L’inedito: Poems
From Glory to Destruction: John Huston’s Non-fictional Depictions of War
Landscapes of Destruction: Reading Kurt Vonnegut’s Breakfast of Champions with an Eye to Walt Whitman
The Great National Disaster: The Destruction of Imperial America in Philip K. Dick’s The Simulacra
The Destruction of Happiness in American Cinema in the 1990s: Altman, Anderson, Solondz
Present at the Destruction? George Bush, the Neocons and the Traditions of U.S. Foreign Policy
Introduction to a passage from ‘No Pleasant Memories’ by Romaine Brooks
L’inedito: from ‘No Pleasant Memories’
Narration, Figuration and Disfiguration in Toni Morrison’s Beloved and Jazz
Walking Walls: Figures of the Limit, Figures of the Border
An Interview with Agostino Lombardo
Gone to Kansas: A Reading of Dickinson’s L182
Sonnet vs. Sonnet: The Fourteen Lines in African-American Poetry
Empty Silences: T.S. Eliot and Eugenio Montale
Taking the Potomac Cowbirdlike: History Through Space in Marianne Moore
Still Life with a Machine: E.E. Cummings’s Typewriter Poems
Living Outside the Blast: Andrew Hudgins’s After the Lost War
Unpublished text: New Poems (introduced by Massimo Bacigalupo)
Politics as Commodity From Eisenhower to Bush Jr.: Half a Century of Commercial Communication and Election Campaigns in the United States
Notes on/in Paul Auster’s Oracle Night
Taking the “Organic” View: the Vertical/Horizontal Crux in Henry James’s The American Scene
Henry James and Vittor Carpaccio: The Horizontal and Vertical in Art
Crossing the Voice, Crisscrossing the Text: Writing at the Intersection of Prose and Poetry in Sylvia Plath’s “Sunday at the MIntons'”
Horizontal and Vertical Themes in Joan Didion’s Memoir Where I Was From
Writing the Land: Horizontality, Verticality, and Deep Travel in William Least Heat-Moon’s PrairyErth
After The 25th hour: Perspectives on David Benioff’s Novel
New Poems
A Note on Mary Jo Salter’s America
The Rise and Fall of Womanhood: Ideal and Reality in Women’s Status and Experience in Colonial Low Country
A Nation with the Soul of a Church? The Strange Career of Religion in America: A View From Europe
Katrina and the Destruction of New Orleans
A People “Almost Chosen” by God: Understanding Abraham Lincoln in Post-Secular Italy
The Political Dimension of Evangelical Fundamentalism in the USA
Relics of the Secular
Islam as the New Frontier: America at Work in the World
The Supreme Court and the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment: Trials and Tribulations in Constitutional Interpretation
Michael Cunningham, Specimen Days
“Like the Strands of a Rebozo”: Sandra Cisneros, Caramelo and Chicano Identity
This Stalin Frankenstein System: Adoption and Abrogation of Proportional Representation in New York City, 1936-1947
Poems – Introduced by Alessandro Clericuzio
Pursuits of Happiness: A Tentative Map
American Studies Without Tears
Outside American Studies: On the Unhappy Pursuits of Non-Complicity
Forum Sacvan Bercovitch. Literary Historian and Theorist
“Chief Seattle” versus Sherman Alexie: How Useful is Ecocriticism When We Read American Indian Literature?
The Reception of Cooper’s The Bravo
Repression in the Early Republic: John Adams, the Alien and Sedition Acts, and the Politics of Exclusion
Kathleen Fraser’s Extraordinary Experiences of the Ordinary
Il Gatto dell’Etna* An Italian Story
Barbara Kreiger and the Nature of Here