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Deledda

(Italian deˈlɛdda)
n
(Biography) Grazia (ˈɡrattsja). 1875–1936, Italian novelist, noted for works, such as La Madre (1920), on peasant life in Sardinia: Nobel prize for literature 1926
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De•led•da

(dɛˈlɛd dɑ)
n.
Grazia, 1875–1936, Italian novelist: Nobel prize 1926.
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Throughout her some 35 novels and 350 short stories Grazia Deledda presents a spectrum of male characters who exhibit most of the above symptoms.
Melissa Coburn's "Deledda and Delinquency: Deleddian Negotiations of the Contemporary Public Racialization of Sardinian Character in Cenere" (34-51) deals with Grazia Deledda's treatment of delinquency in her writings, particularly in the novel Cenere.
The work of Nobel-prize winner Grazia Deledda (1871-1936) stages the opposition between sin and remorse, often through the representation of the syncretic rites of ancient Sardinian religious celebrations: processions and pilgrimages are among the most salient expressions of Deledda's moral and religious outlook.
Grazia Deledda: A Legendary Life presents itself as "the first full-length biography of Deledda in English for an adult audience." A hybrid genre, it may be read both as the engaging story of the life of an important author and as a scholarly treatise.
With the support of a cogent theoretical framework, Patrizia Guida's study "Cosima, quasi Grazia: A Novel, Almost an Autobiography," analyzes Deledda's posthumous work Cosima, in an attempt to situate it within the realm of autobiography bur also to problematize the genre's limits.
Martha King: Grazia Deledda: A Legendary Life (2005).
A prospettare il rischio di un crescente spopolamento dei luoghi dell'istruzione secondaria e universitaria ci sarebbero anche eccelsi nomi di cosiddetti autodidatti: Giovanni Bovio nella politica, Grazia Deledda nella letteratura, Giuseppe Verdi nella musica, Guglielmo Marconi nella scienza e nella tecnica.
Moretti, F., van Vliet, L., Bensing, J., Deledda, G., Mazzi, M., Rimondini, M., & Fletcher, I.
The articles cover a broad range of topics: literature (from Dante to Grazia Deledda, Michela Murgia and Milena Agus to Italian poetry after World War II), cinema, dialectology, and language teaching and learning.
Bistolfi, B., Massazza, G., Verne, E., Masse, A., Deledda, D., Ferraris, F.,...