Francesco Marroni





Francesco Marroni


Born
in Cellino Attanasio, Italy
January 01, 1949


Francesco Marroni, born in Italy in 1949, is Professor of English Literature at the University of Pescara, where he is Director of the Center for Victorian and Edwardian Studies (C.U.S.V.E.). He is also Editor-in-Chief of the following academic journals: Merope, Rivista di Studi Vittoriani and Traduttologia. He is member of the editorial board of The Gaskell Society Journal (Manchester). His books include La verità difficile. Uno studio sui romanzi di George Eliot (Bologna, 1980), Invito alla lettura di Henry James (Milan, 1983), La fabbrica nella valle. Saggio sulla narrativa di Elizabeth Gaskell (1987), La poesia di Thomas Hardy (Bari, 1997); Spettri senza nome. Modelli epistemici e narrativa vittoriana (Pescara, 1997); Disarmonie vittori ...more

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O Ouro de Sevilha

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Ivanhoe

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Un oscuro scrutare

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