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Jenna Coughlin

‘Norwegian hegemonic image’ of the Sami that was pervasive in H .’s day (15). 6 Mid-Nineteenth to Mid-Twentieth Centuries Dean Krouk, Fascism & Modernist Literature , Seattle, Washington  U.P. , viii + 176 pp., examines the authorships of Knut Hamsun, Åsmund Sveen, and Rolf Jacobsen, contrasting them with

Marja Härmänmaa and Nicola Lucchi

key events and eras such as the Holocaust, Fascism, and the anni di piombo . Lastly, JICMS , 5 was a special issue on Italian Horror, thus prompting a number of scholarly articles that go beyond the recapitulative approach that sometimes characterizes book publications dedicated to the genre. 1

Emanuele Occhipinti

contemporary authors and directors to see how they chose to represent this in their works. Of particular interest is the second chapter, a theoretical analysis of Italian postmodernism. Angelo Castagnino, Investigating Fascism: Crime, Mystery, and the Fascist Ventennio in the Historical Novel , New York, Lang

Ulrike Zitzlsperger

–314). Andreas Agocs, Antifascist Humanism and the Politics of Cultural Renewal in Germany , CUP , 216 pp., explores anti-fascism predominantly as a cultural movement. ‘Contesting Other Germanies’ considers, following the analysis up until 1945, first the Cultural League for the Democratic Renewal in East

Giada Guassardo

(Pietro Aretino, Anton Francesco Doni, Ariosto’s early biographers) in canonizing Ariosto as one of the fathers of Italian culture, who would later play a key role in the ideological movements of Risorgimento and Fascism. Also ‘new’ are the sections on Ariosto’s fortune in Naples, and on the Abate Avesani

Anna Vives

immediacy of the senses and the sensibility’ (51), all of which dovetail with platonism. The essay goes on to analyse Z .’s complex interpretation of fascism, for which she blames European idealism and the related aspects of ‘atheism, nihilism, and the return of the sacred’ (59). Z .’s ‘poetic reason

William William, Clementina Marsico, Florian Schaffenrath, Lav Subaric and Isabella Walser

del pensiero e della poesia , Bologna, Pàtron, 240 pp., examines specifically the poet’s anthology Epos , concentrating on Pascoli’s comments on the Aeneid . The attention paid to the links between Neo-Latin and Italian fascism continues to rise: Han Lamers, ‘Latinizing Mussolini’s Message: Nicola