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Italian 230 9.13 - -Alla sculoa si insegna I valori...

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Italian 230 9/13 - There was a lot of optimism for Italy’s unification, this has changed quickly though - storytelling about your nation with symbols - strong connotation with statues - tre corone (three crowns): Dante, Boccaccio, Petrarca - questioned the language, what should people write with? Italian? Latin? - Manzioni: “I promessi sposi”, da Milano, thinks the national language should be Florentine but a lot of people don’t like this - La anal Fabetismo, 75% could not read/write in 1861 - by 1941, 40% were illiterate - The children were very useful for helping out and their families didn’t want to send them to school - Neretto (narrow and bold font) and illustrazioni were taken from US newspapers
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Unformatted text preview: -Alla sculoa si insegna I valori d’Italia-When you are older, you go to ‘scuole scrali’-In 1866 there were 92 newspapers-Latifondo, when the noblemen held all the land but then it was divided between all the people-Milano is the publishing capital-The Southern economy was only agriculture, the northern economy was agricultura e industria-When newspapers came it changed how quicly people communicated-There were language barriers, strong regional dialects-The agriculture people were lazy and industrial people are fast moving-With agricultura e industria there was progresso...
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