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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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(6) Va notato che la scrittura di Ginzburg richiama (e sfrutta) spesso la parentela fra storia e romanzo.
Perhaps following the mood of protest in the country, state broadcaster Channel One aired "Generation P"--L.A.-based and Russian-born director Victor Ginzburg's satirical take on the country's politics set against the drug- and crime-filled world of capitalism in Russia in the early 1990s--in mid-February, just two weeks ahead of the presidential election.
Natalia Ginzburg (Palermo 1916--Roma 1991) e, certamente, uma das maiores escritoras italianas do seculo XX.
Interessa-nos, portanto, como base em algumas consideracoes teoricas de Carlo Ginzburg (1989), no artigo
CARLO GINZBURG. EL HILO Y LAS HUELLAS, LO VERDADERO.
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Survival's Miriam Ross wrote in Saturday's edition of The Hindu newspaper, 'The briefcase-wielding officials in Oren Ginzburg's satirical cartoon 'There you go!' claim to want to 'bring sustainable development' to an imaginary forest dwelling tribe.
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The others who won this year's Balzan prizes are Brazilian mathematician Jacob Palis, Italian historian Carlo Ginzburg, and Manfred Bauneck, a German who works on the history of European theater.