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Popular High Culture in Italian Media, 1950–1970 Mona Lisa Covergirl / by Emma Barron.

Barron, Emma. (författare, creator_code:http//idlocgov/vocabulary/relators/aut_t)
SpringerLink (Online service) 
ISBN 9783319909639
Publicerad: Cham : Springer International Publishing : 2018
Engelska XV, 337 p. 25 illus., 9 illus. in color.
Serie: Italian and Italian American Studies
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  • 1. Introduction: The Mona Lisa Covergirl -- 2. Italia domanda: A question of culture -- 3. Dear Intellectual: The cultural advice columns -- 4. Lascia o raddoppia?: Contestants and the classics -- 5. Lip-syncing Rossini: The highs and lows of Italian television opera -- 6. Puccini, Botticelli and celebrity endorsements: The art of magazine advertising -- 7. Reciting Shakespeare for Amaretto di Saronno: The art of Carosello -- 8. The classics and the everyday: From I Promessi Sposi to I Promessi Paperi -- 9. Patrolling the border: I Promessi Sposi on RAI television -- 10. Conclusion: The smile of Bergman, the body of Rita and the face of Mona Lisa.
  • When Mona Lisa smiled enigmatically from the cover of the Italian magazine Epoca in 1957, she gazed out at more than three million readers. As Emma Barron argues, her appearance on the cover is emblematic of the distinctive ways that high culture was integrated into Italy’s mass culture boom in the 1950s and 1960s, a period when popular appropriations of literature, fine art and music became a part of the rapidly changing modern Italian identity. Popular magazines ran weekly illustrated adaptations of literary classics. Television brought opera from the opera house into the homes of millions. Readers wrote to intellectuals and artists such as Alberto Moravia, Thomas Mann and Salvatore Quasimodo by the thousands with questions about literature and self-education. Drawing upon new archival material on the demographics of television audiences and magazine readers, this book is an engaging account of how the Italian people took possession of high culture and transformed the modern Italian identity. 

Ämnesord

Italy-History.  (LCSH)
Europe-History-1492-.  (LCSH)
Civilization-History.  (LCSH)
Popular Culture.  (LCSH)
History of Italy. 
History of Modern Europe. 
Cultural History. 
Popular Culture . 

Klassifikation

DG11-DG980.2 (LCC)
HBJD (ämneskategori)
HIS020000 (ämneskategori)
NHD (ämneskategori)
945 (DDC)
Ki (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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