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The Passeggiata And Popular Culture in an Italian Town

Folklore And the Performance of Modernity

by Giovanna P. Del Negro

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  • 8 Currently reading

Published by McGill-Queen"s University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Customs & folklore,
  • Popular culture,
  • Social Science,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Sociology,
  • Italy,
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • Folklore & Mythology,
  • Modernism (Aesthetics),
  • Plazas

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages183
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8079352M
    ISBN 100773527397
    ISBN 109780773527393

    Strolling is a pastime and activity enjoyed worldwide as a leisure activity. The object of strolling is to walk at a slightly slower pace in an attempt to absorb the surroundings. Works featuring the flâneur, French for a “strolling urban observer”, have appeared in European . The Passeggiata and Popular Culture in an Ital-ian Town by Giovanna P. Del negro examines the relationship between the practices of every-day life and the negotiation of modernity in a town (to which Del negro assigns the pseud-onym “Sasso”) in the Abruzzo province of cen-tral italy. in her study, Del negro examines a range of expressive.

      (8) See Del Negro's volume The Passeggiata and Popular Culture in an Italian Town for more information about the folklore connotation of street walking in Italy. (9) In "Le mie passeggiate," Palazzeschi describes a walk from the sea to a public park, alternating narrative and dialogue. Anyone who has ever filled in a form in triplicate, taken an aptitude test, or been rebuffed by a form letter will appreciate the urban folklore found in this collection. Urban people as a folk are bound together by their unhappy experiences in battling "the system," whether that system is the machinery of government or the office where one works.

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Del Negro examines the relationship between the practices of everyday life and the negotiation of modernity in a town (to which Del Negro assigns the pseudonym "Sasso") in the Abruzzo province of central Italy.

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In The Passeggiata and Popular Culture in an Italian Town: Folklore and the Performance of Modernity (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp), Giovanna P. Del Negro undertakes a thorough and engaging ethnographic analysis of the tradition of the passeggiata or evening stroll in Italian spent a year doing fieldwork in the fictitiously-named Abruzzo town of.

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Passeggiata is more prominent in southern Italy and on the islands of Sicily and Sardinia than in other parts of the country. Passeggiata takes place nearly all year in southern Italian towns, cities, and along the coast, and it happens regularly in just about every big city and small town throughout the country.

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Del Negro. Alternative titles: Passeggiata: Main author: Del Negro, Giovanna. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest. As day softens into dusk in Italy, something in the air seems to tug people from their homes and workplaces to participate in one of the enduring traditions of Italian life: la passeggiata.

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In her book titled The Passeggiata and Popular Culture in an Italian Town, Giovanna Delnegro states that this custom “reinforces a sense of belonging.” Individuals greet their friends and acquaintances while sharing all the latest news and gossip.

La passeggiata is, in the words of urban designers, a “social condenser” that most humans seek out to enjoy.

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