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Vacation, J’adore: 5 Transportive Reads
(September 24, 2018)
Beatrice Arduini, "Messer Torello's Magic Carpet Ride as Synecdoche for
16-17 (2019-20). 189-204.
Beatrice Arduini, "Rassegna critica degli anni boccacciani 2016-2018 (gennaio 2016-giugno 2018)."
Archivio Novellistico Italiano
3 (2019). 156-183.
"Literary History Meets the History of Reading: The Case of La Princesse de Clèves and its (Non)readers,"
French Historical Studies
41, 3 (August 2018): 427-447.
"Crying into Print: Sentimental Reading, Spiritual Exaltation, and Typographic Standardization,"
The Romanic Review
107, 1-4 (2016): 103-126.
The Maximalist Novel: From Thomas Pynchon's
to Roberto Bolaño's
2666, by Stefano Ercolino. London: Bloomsbury, June 2014.
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