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Volume 17, Number 4, 1 September 2012

National theater and the age of revolution in Italy
pp. 400-413(14)
Author: Sorba, Carlotta

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Verdi politico: a wounded cliché regroups
pp. 427-436(10)
Author: Parker, Roger

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Opera as business? From impresari to the publishing industry
pp. 448-459(12)
Author: Toelle, Jutta

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Italian operatic fantasies in Latin America
pp. 460-471(12)
Author: Walton, Benjamin

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Italian Opera in the Age of the American Revolution
pp. 478-480(3)
Author: Körner, Axel

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Verdi and the Germans. From Unification to the Third Reich
pp. 480-483(4)
Author: Körner, Axel

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The Puccini Problem: Opera, Nationalism and Modernity
pp. 483-485(3)
Author: Stewart-Steinberg, Suzanne

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A Total Science. Statistics in Liberal and Fascist Italy
pp. 487-489(3)
Author: Patriarca, Silvana

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Una Vita: Pensiero Selvaggio e Filosofia dell'Intensità
pp. 493-495(3)
Author: Kaiser, Wilson

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Italian summaries
pp. 498-500(3)

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Notes on contributors
pp. 501-502(2)

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