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Ginzburg

(Italian ˈɡindzbʊrɡ)
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(Biography) Natalia (nataˈliːa). 1916–91, Italian writer and dramatist. Her books include The Road to the City (1942), Voices in the Evening (1961), and Family Sayings (1963)
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Cuando estalla publicamente el drama del Sename en Chile, es imposible no recordar el lucido y acertado ensayo Serena Cruz o la verdadera justicia, en el cual Natalia Ginzburg desmenuza un caso judicial sobre unos padres adoptivos que--al omitir parte del protocolo, en su impaciencia por llevar cuanto antes a su hogar a una nina abandonada--se ven atrapados por la burocracia: esta no solo los despoja a ellos de su hija por errores de procedimiento en la adopcion, sino que sumerge a la nina en una nueva orfandad dentro de un sistema que no considera sus afectos ni apegos, que no comprende el dolor de la separacion ni la angustia de las perdidas de su identidad, sus lugares, sus rutinas, su barrio, sus nuevos padres y su hermanita, tambien adoptada.
Natalia Ginzburg (1916-1991) was born Natalia Levi in Palermo, Sicily, the daughter of a Jewish biologist father and a Catholic mother.
In 2008, Carlo Ginzburg published an essay in Italian titled Paura, reverenza, terrore.
In conjunction, Assi Ginzburg will step down as EVP and chief financial officer of the companies effective 1 June 2017.
Ginzburg confirms that there are two parallel processes occurring in writing her family history, one based on reality and one on memory.
With her volume Race and Narrative in Italian Women's Writing Since Unification, Melissa Coburn explores four narratives by women writers (Grazia Deledda, Matilde Serao, Natalia Ginzburg, and Gabriella Ghermandi) who wrote in Italy after the unification to verify how, and to what extent, their narratives support and/or reject nationalistic and racist discourses prevalent during their times.
Indebted to scholars who have noted certain parallels between Ginzburg and Sartrian existentialism, this essay affirms and elaborates upon these similarities and then introduces Buber and Ortega y Gasset into the discussion.
Es en el analisis detallado de sus elementos iconograficos donde Ginzburg encuentra una veta inconmensurable.
Landau and Ginzburg established that the free energy of a superconductor near the semiconducting transition can be expressed in terms of an order parameter.
Ginzburg has also published works on witchcraft, banditry, and agrarian cults.
Ginzburg explores Italian popular culture through the lens of Demonico Scandella, a miller who was twice brought to trial for saying that the world had been created from putrefaction.
E nessa ocasiao que Carlo Ginzburg conduz o ataque final contra as posicoes de Hayden White, contra quem Arnaldo Momigliano havia, pela primeira vez, iniciado as hostilidades em 1981 (MOMIGLIANO 1984).