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Lampedusa

(ˌlæmpɪˈdjuːzə)
n
(Placename) an island in the Mediterranean, between Malta and Tunisia. Area: about 21 sq km (8 sq miles)

Lampedusa

(ˌlæmpɪˈdjuːzə)
n
(Biography) Giuseppe Tomasi di. 1896–1957, Italian novelist: author of the historical novel The Leopard (1958)

Lam•pe•du•sa

(ˌlæm pɪˈdu sə, -zə)

n.
1. Giuseppe (Tomasi) di, 1896–1957, Italian novelist.
2. an island in the Mediterranean, between Tunisia and Malta: belonging to Italy.
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Lampedusa
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Sfruttando la polifonia delle varieta regionali, il testo teatrale viene assimilato a una partitura sonora, in cui si agglutinano la ricerca di linguaggi mitici e primigeni, mutuati dalla memoria letteraria o dalla lingua di Basile, con l'interferenza di registri anche distanti cronologicamente e sempre in tensione, com'e evidente sin dalla prima opera di Ruggero Cappuccio, Delirio marginale (Premio IDI 1993), o anche in Desideri mortali, oratorio profano per Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa (1996); nella riscrittura Tieste (1997) e nell'atto unico Il sorriso di San Giovanni (Premio Ubu Migliore Novita Italiana 1998).
Learn how to create local delicacies with the Duchess in the beautiful 18th century Palazzo, located by the sea, which was the last home of Prince Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, author of the world renowned novel 'The Leopard'.
As Siham asks a grimacing Hafida to pose for a selfie, I think of Don Fabrizio, the aristocrat from Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa's The Leopard, readjusting his ego to the transformation of Sicily during Italy's Risorgimento.
Awarded the Palme d'Or at the 1963 Cannes Film Festival, The Leopard translates Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa's novel, and the history it recounts, into an epic film.
What's that line from the novel "The Leopard," by the brilliantly cynical writer Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa? "Everything must change so that everything could stay the same." Exactly.
Iran's privatization drive is a prime illustration of what Italian author Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa said in The Leopard: "Everything needs to change so everything can stay the same."
The Leopard (1958) by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa I read this three times through before I went to live in Italy.
GIUSEPPE TOMASI DI LAMPEDUSA was the last prince of his long and languid line, but soon after his death he became one of the first names in 20th-century Italian letters.
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. Tom O'Neill and Patrick Glen-nan, editors.
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa's posthumous masterpiece, Il Gattopardo, in tracing the dissolution and evolution--both social and psychological--of the Sicilian aristocracy against the backdrop of the defining moment of the Risorgimento, playfully synthesizes the privileged experience of a lifetime's leisurely reading of literature.
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. Cento anni dalla nascita, quaranta dal Gattopardo.