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An Analysis of the Risorgimento Era in 1815 (1247 words, 2 pages)
Since the fall of the Roman Empire in the fifth century the Italian peninsular had not been a unified political power instead it comprised of partitioned powers known as city states and papal states. Between the fifteenth and eighteenth century 'Italy' was plagued by foreign domination. The concept for the ... Read More
Slowing down for the Cheese: Italian Identity from an American Point of View (3217 words, 12 pages)
Italy is a southern European country best known for its cultural exports of wine, cheese, and blazing fast sports cars. It is a country that many dream of vacationing in for its notable art, rich heritage and noteworthy architecture. Many can conjure a mental image of the David sculpture or ... Read More
The Preservation of Italian Identity in America (3235 words, 10 pages)
Introduction Two handfuls of flour go flying into the empty mixing bowl on the freshly washed counter. Three eggs crack against the lip of the bowl, the yoke flowing out. A pinch of salt lands on the freshly cracked eggs as olive oil oozes out of the bottle. The bowl ... Read More
The Successful Assimilation of Italian Americans in the Film The Godfather by Francis Ford Coppola and Blood in the Marketplace by Ferraro (350 words, 2 pages)
American Exceptionalism in the Italian American ExperienceIn my previous journals on American Exceptionalism, I discussed how Italian Americans were largely unable to assimilate themselves into the exceptionalist image. Yet, within Francis Ford Coppola's film The Godfather and based off of Ferraros Blood in the Marketplace, one can see a situation ... Read More
The Issue of Identity in the Article, Homeland by Anna Maria Dell’oso (707 words, 1 pages)
In the article "Homeland" by Anna Maria Dell'oso, the issue of identity in particular, cultural identity, is thoroughly explored by the composer. It is mainly about how identity is passed on from generation to generation, changes over time and is influenced by a person's surroundings. The composer conveys this through ... Read More
An Analysis of Italian Unification (3895 words, 7 pages)
ITALIAN UNIFICATION "Qui si fa l'Italia o si muore " ("Here we make Italy -- or die!" Guiseppe Garibaldi, at the battle of Calatafimi, in Sicily, 15th May 1860) The Risorgimento is the process by which the modern country of Italy was forged from a collection of individual Italian States ... Read More
An Introduction to the Ideas of National Unity in Italy in the Period Between 1820 and 1944 (1950 words, 3 pages)
Fundamentally the rulers of Italy did very little to advance the cause of national unity in the years between 1820 and 1944, as it better served their interests not to. Although Italy after 1871 was seen as a single state as it "existed at last, as a set of unified ... Read More
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