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See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Cited by: 4. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 22 cm. Contents: The Italian of Renaissance elites in Italy and Europe / Brian Richardson --Italian-based lingua francas around the Mediterranean / Joseph Cremona --The definition of multilingualism in historical perspective / Martin Maiden --The challenges to multilingualism today / Mair Parry --Benvenuto.
Multilingualism in Italy Past and Present. by ANNA LAURA LEPSCHY and ARTURO TOSI. Oxford: Legenda. x+ pp. [pounds sterling] ISBN I Get this from a library. Multilingualism in Italy, past and present. [Anna Laura Lepschy; Arturo Tosi; University of Oxford. European Humanities Research Centre.; Modern Humanities Research Association.;] -- This inaugural volume in a new Legenda series offers an overview of current research in Italian linguistics by specialists in Great Britain.
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InLepschy was the recipient of the Serena Medal from the British Academy. References. Here you can find a list of projects around plurilingual (or multilingual) living. I will update it regularly. If you want me to add your project or a project you consider important, please mail me at [email protected] or leave a comment with the name.
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In A.L. Lepschy and A. Tosi (eds) Multilingualism in Italy: Past and Present (pp. 74–81). Osservazioni sulla lingua di Mussolini [Observations on Mussolini's language] Jan Author: Arturo Tosi.
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