A Student Portfolio

Edinburgh University, Cleaning up the «Mess», MA Hons option
Tutor: Federica G. Pedriali

Kieran Breen
Eyes
Matt Conrad
Flirting with genre / surpassing genre
Chris Ferguson
Pasticciaccio and Ulysses
Serena Freeland
In the textual city seeing is reading
Angela Gayton
Mussolini the culprit?
Francesca Hector
The (post)modern labyrinth and the Minotaurs
Lindsey Marchant
Unfinished business
Sam Parsons
Gadda’s Centre
Hayley Reid
The final word
Elizabeth Rhodes
Gender representation and repressed desire in Pasticciaccio
Matt Roberts
Quer pasticciaccio brutto... de Carlo Emilio Gadda
Francesco Ziosi
Two ideas of providence. Gadda and Manzoni

Harvard University 2000/2001
Tutor: Federica G. Pedriali

Meriel Baines
Elements of Caravaggio in Gadda’s prose
Jennifer Brown
Dr Higueróa and Manzoni’s Clerics
Jimmy McMenamin
La metafora del mare e il Pasticciaccio

Published by The Edinburgh Journal of Gadda Studies (EJGS)

ISSN 1476-9859

© 2000-2024 by EJGS. Best student work – Classes 2000-2008, IT0032 Cleaning up the «Mess», MA Honours programme, School of Literatures Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh; Italian 240, Graduate programme, Spring semester 2001, Harvard University.

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Framed image (with distortion): Gadda with his colleagues and students at the Liceo «Parini» in 1925.

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