The Imperial army, strictly speaking, was one third composed of Dutch, Belgians, men from the borders of the Rhine, Piedmontese
, Swiss, Genevese, Tuscans, Romans, inhabitants of the Thirty-second Military Division, of Bremen, of Hamburg, and so on: it included scarcely a hundred and forty thousand who spoke French.
"Well, my lord, before I became a confectioner I myself was three years sergeant in the Piedmontese
regiment, and before I became sergeant I was for eighteen months the servant of Monsieur d'Artagnan."
Cosi scrive l'autore Moe: "This land is 'other than Italy,' other than that sociopolitical unity imagined by Farinis, Cavours, Villamarinas, and other members of the Moderate Piedmontese
leadership who at that very moment were consolidating their political hegemony over the democratic forces of opposition" (165).
: 119.50, 106.5 & 105.5 Solway View.
Elena Filipi examines two key texts and measures their impact on Piedmontese
illusionistic ceiling painting: Pozzo's Prospettiva de' pittori et architetti, published in Rome, in Latin and Italian, in 1693-1700; and Ferdinando Galli Bibiena's L'Architettura Civile preparata su la geometria e ridotta alle prospettive, which first appeared in Parma in 1711.
The absence of women from the beginning and end of the novel evokes the sense of isolation and entrapment they live in throughout the book, mirroring Piedmontese
agricultural society from Napoleon to Unification.
Although the author provides some amusing stories and interesting insights, readers will find more of both in Denis Mack Smith's earlier biography of the Piedmontese
Andrew Zimmerns All-Beef Piedmontese
Canteen Dog: The classic New York hot dog reinvented for the modern world.
For a long time, Ernest and Julio Gallo were presented as grand examples of the American dream - poor Piedmontese
immigrants prospering in the land of opportunity.
Blonde:132.5 Crosby House Farm Piedmontese
: 129.5 Haltcliffe Bridge.
In his "Introduction," Bufano asserts that critics have not yet fully recognized Fenoglio's stature as a short-story writer nor have they acknowledged the privileged position that this genre held in the Piedmontese
Lucy Riall shows that the process of Italian unification, which involved the imposition of Piedmontese
administration on the south, created a legitimacy crisis which reverberates even today.