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Gioconda

(Italian dʒoˈkonda)
n
(Art Terms) La Gioconda See Mona Lisa
[Italian: the smiling (lady)]
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This article analyzes Gabriele D'Annunzio's 1898 play La Gioconda as a form of modern tragedy with respect to Friedrich Nietzsche's duality of the Apollinian and Dionysian, and with particular emphasis on the motif of light as it appears both in the author's stage directions and in the dialogues.
La obra Gente de la ciudad que fue traducida al frances por la editorial Atelier du Gue (2010); y en Italia se tradujo su libro de cuentos La Gioconda en bicicleta, por Aljon Editrice, con la cual gano el Premio Letterario Nazionale di Calabria e Basilicata 2010, al mejor libro extranjero, y en el 2012 publico un libro de ensayos intitulado El principe Medusa (Universidad Autonoma de la Ciudad de Mexico).
To support his argument, Chavez reads Omar Cabezas Lacayo's La montana es algo mas que una inmensa estepa verde and Gioconda Belli's poetry.
Before the 1952 Venice film fest, a Filipino bass baritone by the name of Jose Mossesgeld Santiago was making waves at the famous Venice landmark -the Teatro La Fenice where he sang major roles in such operas as Norma and La Gioconda, among others.
To some she's known as La Gioconda - the joyful one - while to others, her enigmatic half-smile in this tiny painting is the clue that this is a heavily disguised self-portrait by Leonardo Da Vinci.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street, New York, NY 10028) will exhibit "In and Out of the Studio: Photographic Portraits from West Africa", August 31, 2015-January 3, 2016 (Lila Acheson Wallace Wing, The Gioconda and Joseph King Gallery, south mezzanine, Gallery 916) which presents 100 years of portrait photography in West Africa through nearly 80 photographs taken between the 1870s and the 1970s.
Indeed, he's chiefly remembered today for his work as librettist, particularly for Verdi's Otello and Falstaff, and Ponchielli's La gioconda.
Le Salon sera egalement ponctue, cette annee, par une serie de rencontres avec une palette d'ecrivains nationaux et etrangers, dont Luis Sepulveda (Chili), Agustin Sanchez Aguilar (Espagne), Alejandro Magalles (Mexique), Alfredo Bryce Echenique (Perou), Gabriela Cabezon Camara (Argentine), Gioconda Belli (Nicaragua), Guillermo Barquero (Costa Rica), Juan Pablo Pinero (Bolivie) et Reina Maria Rodriguez (Cuba).
Gioconda Belli, una de las escritoras nicaraguenses mas internacionales protagoniza el siguiente estudio incluido en este volumen.
La novia, de 29 anos, lucio un vestido de estilo romantico de encaje, confeccionado por una modista malaguena amiga suya, Silvia Melero, de La Gioconda Novias, un diseno en el que Elisabeth participo.
Varvel argues that La Gioconda was a 16th-century feminist who favored a greater role for women in the Catholic church.
By what name is the painting La Gioconda better known?