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L'Ellisse XIV/2. 2019 - Studi storici di letteratura italiana
2021, pp. 284
2021, pp. 284
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“L’Ellisse” is dedicated to the investigation of Italian literature
from its origins to the twentieth century, mainly using the tools
of textual philology, with special attention to political history,
social contexts and the links between geography and literature.
The birth of the literary works, the way they take shape on the
authors’ desk, the stages of their fortune, are the core of many
articles published in the journal, in the largely shared belief
that philological analysis is a fundamental feature of critical
interpretation. The Ellisse publishes essays on authors’ papers
and variant readings, on historical and literary sources, on
manuscript tradition and early printed editions, on the fortunes
of authors and works in later periods; furthermore it also
hosts researches on new scholarly fields and publishes critical
editions of unknown or little known texts.
The journal has semiannual periodicity; it is subject to peer-review and maintains an ANVUR type A classification.
Andrea Canova (Milano Cattolica)
Davide Dalmas (Torino)
Carlo Alberto Girotto (Paris III)
Julia L. Hairston (California)
Paola Italia (Bologna)
Massimiliano Malavasi (Banja Luka)
Paolo Marini (Viterbo)
Frances Muecke (Sydney)
Paolo Pellegrini (Verona)
Isotta Piazza (Parma)
Silvia Rizzo (Roma «La Sapienza»)
Luca Carlo Rossi (Bergamo)
Raffaele Ruggiero (Aix)
Valerio Sanzotta (Innsbruck)
Franco Tomasi (Padova)
Chiara De Cesare, Silvia Finazzi
Michela Rossi Sebastiano
Authors who wish to submit and artlicle may write to email@example.com.
Each article will be preliminarily evaluated by the Editors: in case of favorable evaluation, the essay will be forwarded to an anonymous reviewer.