Italian Studies OTTOCENTO By EILEEN A. MILLAR, Senior Lecturer in italian, University of Glasgow I. GENERAL Language variations cannot but concern those who study Igth-cen tury literature and a substantial contribution to this field has been made by L. Serianni, Norma dei puristi e lingua d'uso nell'Ottocento nella testimonianza del lessicografo romano Tommaso Azzocchi, F, Accademia della Crusca, I g8 I, 284 pp. This volume will help readers of I gth century texts to discern the nuances between educated voices, Tuscanisms, dialects, and foreign influences. Various aspects of journalism have interested authors. S. De S. Ciccone, 'Per una caratterizzazione del giornale del primo Ottocento: Ia cronaca teatrale', QI, 3: 26-43, notes the lack of correlation between periodicals published in Milan (I8Io-47) and local politics and contemporary events. Instead they were intent on reporting every kind of theatrical event and promoting the cult of certain 'clivi'. Several writters have contributed to * Il giomalismo risorgimentale in Lombardia, Quademi del Risorgimento, Comune di Milano, Ig8o, pp. I-so, which is recommended by a reviewer for students of the of culture in the early Ottocento. A. Martini admirably fills a history serious gap with his: La letteratura negata - Saggio sulla critica di
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