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  • They are bolognesi, catanesi, or torinesi first; they are italiani second.


  • Some bolognesi told him that mortadella was made with the meat of newborn donkeys.


  • Hunger had clearly taught Croce much botanical lore, as it did to other bolognesi, but not a “cuisine.”


  • He asks why Dante, who is so concerned in his work with concepts of circulation and transmission, is not studied in the context of his earliest transmission in the so-called Memoriali bolognesi.

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  • He looks at the editorial choices exerted in these anthologies and how Dante could have seen a lyric such as Donna ch'avete copied in his lifetime in the Memoriali bolognesi (no. 82) and in Vat. 3793 (f. 99v).

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  • Novelle popolari bolognesi raccolte da Carolina Coronedi-Berti.

    Italian Popular Tales

  • This weekend, instead of a movie, experience the dynamic brilliance of the candid humor of i burattini bolognesi.


  • Chapter One comprises: Dante's First Editors: The Memoriali bolognesi and the Politics of Vernacular Transcription.

    Justin Steinberg, Accounting for Dante (Notre Dame, 2007)


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