Ravenna, an online journal dedicated to the relationship between the British decadent movement and Italy

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I am pleased to announce the publication of the second volume of "Ravenna", an online interdisciplinary journal devoted to the relationship between the British Decadent movement and Italy. "Ravenna" is edited by Elisa Bizzotto and Luca Caddia and published by Steven Halliwell at The Rivendale Press as one of THE OSCHOLARS group of fin de siècle journals under the general editorship of D.C. Rose.

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This issue includes the following articles:

David Fettig: "The Discordant Melody of Change: Giacomo Puccini, George Egerton, and Orchestrations of the New Woman in Fin de Siècle London";

Simon Poë: "Made in Italy: Roddam Spencer Stanhope’s ‘Patience on a Monument, Smiling at Grief’".

And reviews:

Derek Duncan, "Reading and Writing Italian Homosexuality: A Case of Possible Difference" [by Vincenzo Bavaro];

Elisabetta Girelli, "Beauty and the Beast: Italianness in British Cinema" [by Anna Viola Sborgi];

Yvonne Ivory, "The Homosexual Revival of Renaissance Style, 1850-1930" [by Stefano Evangelista].

"Ravenna" is now accepting submissions for articles and reviews of recent books for future issues. If you are interested in sending a proposal, please contact the editors at the following email addresses:

Elisa Bizzotto (bizzotto@iuav.it)
Luca Caddia (luca.caddia@katamail.com)

Thank you very much for your attention. I hope you will enjoy "Ravenna" 2!

Best Regards,

Luca Caddia

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