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*[http://www.accademiadellacrusca.it/ Accademia della Crusca]
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*[http://www.andreacamilleri.net/ Andrea Camilleri]  
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*[http://www.bncrm.librari.beniculturali.it/index.php?it/199/archivi-letterari-del-900/ Archivi letterari del ’900]
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*[http://www.mercurio.it/as/leopardi/ Centro Nazionale Studi Leopardiani]  
*[http://www.the-orb.net/encyclop/culture/lit/italian/danindex.html Dante Alighieri: A Guide to Online Resources]  
*[http://www.the-orb.net/encyclop/culture/lit/italian/danindex.html Dante Alighieri: A Guide to Online Resources]  

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Contents

WWW Gateways for Italian Language & Literature

(See link to Franca Rame/Dario Fo archive)

Reference Shelf


Bibliographies

Index and tables of contents of journals in Italian studies
Tables of contents of Italian journals of Italianistica


Electronic Texts

This database contains the full text of Dante's Commedia and its commentaries from over 70 authors. It was developed at Dartmouth College under the direction of Prof. Robert Hollander of Princeton University. Commentaries can be searched by the relevant line number in the Commedia.
La Biblioteca Telematica
Full-text Digital Library offering books and corpora as lexical hypertexts on Creative Commons License

Listservs and Newsgroups about Italy



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