Confessioni

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  • He is the little little son of Ippolito Nievo, author of Le confessioni di un italiano.
  • The author's original title, by which the book is now generally known, was Le Confessioni d'un italiano, but this seemed to be too "political" for the times.
  • Ghione's autobiography, Memorie e Confessioni also appeared in the monthly cinema magazine Cinemalia between March and December 1928.
  • Nievo himself did not find a publisher, and only in 1867, six years after the writer's death, was the novel published under the title Confessioni di un ottuagenario (Confessions of an octogenarian).
  • Ippolito Nievo is another main representant of Risorgimento with his novel Confessioni d'un italiano; he fought with Giuseppe Garibaldi's Expedition of the Thousand.
  • At the age of 18, he composed the music for the Confessioni di un malandrino (Hooligan's Confession) by Sergei Yesenin.
  • The novel features extracts from Ghione's autobiography Memorie e Confessioni and minimises the character of Kally Sambucini/Za La Vie.
  • Le sue confessioni possono far sospettare di lui; ma io le posso assicurare che il dabben uomo non ebbe mai verso il De Boni l'ombra di una colpa. Cited from Memorie del Presbiterio, by Emilio Praga
  • His masterwork is the novel Cento Anni (1859-1864) which, together with Ippolito Nievo's Confessioni di un italiano, had an important impact on the evolution of Italian novel.
  • Her memoirs were published as Confessioni erotiche di Cicciolina (Erotic confessions of Cicciolina) by Olympia Press of Milan in 1987.
  • During his years in Paris he published the political work Dell'Italia (1835), the volume of verses, Confessioni (1836), the historical fiction Il Duca di Atene (1837), a commentary on the Divine Comedy (1837), and his Memorie Poetiche (1838).
  • Confessio catholica, in qua doctrina catholica et evangelica, quam ecclesiae Augustanae confessioni addictae profilentur, ex Romano-catholicorum scriptorum suffragiis confirmatur (4 parts, Frankfort and Leipsic, 1634-37), is based upon the Catalogus testium veritatis of Flacius.

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