Italy: where the past is always present


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Gives historical overview and examines the Italian influence on civilisation through the ages, from the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, through the Renaissance to postwar industrialisation. Looks at present day Italy and the Italian love of life and considers social and political problems such as the gap between north and south.

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Leopold Lacroix

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