Remarks on the Reception of Leo Spitzer's Works in Italy During the Early 1920s
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This article focuses on the reception of Leo Spitzer's book regarding the idioms which Italian prisoners in Austria used in their letters during the First World War. The author adjustes the idea of a negative reception casting new light upon two favourable reviews composed by Venanzio Todesco and Ezio Levi.
- Leo Spitzer
- History of Criticism
- Venanzio Todesco
- Ezio Levi