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  • Ciò che mi ha dato Salgari 

    Paliotti, Oreste (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    This article offers some thoughts on the recent revival of interest in Salgari's work. It focuses on the novelist's poetic universe and on his "recipes" to save reality from banality. It is essentially a personal reflection ...
  • Dalle appendici al libro: Su Salgari scrittore d'avventura 

    Visioli, Ivan (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    Emilio Salgari originally started off writing for the daily press. No less than five of his novels were published first in daily instalments in various newspapers. These original versions, which have been reprinted only ...
  • I conti in tasca a Salgari 

    Farina, Corrado (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    This article examines Salgari’s earnings and the expenses he incurred, comparing him to contemporary best-selling authors.
  • Il caso Salgari e gli studi paraletterari in Italia 

    Galli-Mastrodonato, Paola (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2001)
    By focusing first on the contemporary theories of literary criticism in Italy devoted to popular and mass culture, the author then reviews studies and scholarship related to Emilio Salgari (1862-1911), considered the ...
  • Il Corsaro Nero e Il Capitano Blood: Una lettura comparata di alcuni lavori di Emilio Salgari e di Rafael Sabatini 

    Torri, Michelguglielmo (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2002)
    This article compares Emilio Salgari's novel Il Corsaro Nero and Rafael Sabatini's novel Captain Blood. Both stories share the same time-frame (the mid seventeenth-century) and the same geographical location (the Caribbean ...
  • L'India di Salgari: Trucchi ed espedienti di un maestro dell'avventura 

    Belli, Livio (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    A question many of Salgari's readers have asked themselves, myself included, is how a writer who never actually left Italy can have managed to describe with such amazing effectiveness so many different exotic locales, so ...
  • L'Italia e gli Italiani nelle opere di Emilio 

    D'Angelo, Corinne (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    This article explores Salgari's considerable opus to identify the more properly "Italian" aspects the novelist has included in his yarns. Even though he is known for the exotic locales of his novels, Salgari does not forget ...
  • Révolte et révolution: Des tigres de Salgari à  ceux de Paco Ignacio Taibo II 

    Letourneux, Matthieu (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2002)
    Mexican author Paco Ignacio Taibo II brings back to life in his novels the character of Sandokan, the Malaysian pirate created by Italian novelist Emilio Salgari in the last decade of the nineteenth century. His appropriation ...
  • Scene di fanatismo in alcuni romanzi salgariani 

    Bisanti, Armando (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    Scenes of religious or superstitious fanaticism are quite common in Salgari's novels. Such events are given particular attention throughout his work and make the object of detailed and lively descriptions. The novelist ...
  • Tante avventure, tante ristampe... ma non tanti soldi!! 

    Pozzo, Felice (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    Emilio Salgari was, notoriously, a slave of the pen. He sold the rights to his early works for ridiculously low amounts of money, and afterwards signed contracts that give him a kind of fixed income in exchange for a certain ...
  • Vero bohémien d'istinti randagi 

    Leonardi, Ruggero (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    Wealth, in its economic sense, was a stranger to Emilio Salgari. The author himself gave us a kind of self-portrait in his novel La bohème italiana, as a character who lives his life according to the dictates of the ...