Jeanne d’Arc
Translation and afterword by Nicola Muschitiello 
pp. 200
Euro: 10,32 - ISBN: 88-86358-39-3
Published in France in 1853 by Hachette, this book by the great historian Michelet is the most beautiful story ever written on the life of the Maid of Orleans. As it is typical in Michelet, this is not a simple history book but a lively and passionate story of the young lady’s human and political adventures, reconstructed since her childhood.
The Charming Rendez-vous
Translation and afterword by Nicola Muschitiello 
pp. 60
Euro: 7,74 - ISBN: 88-86358-47-4
The Charming Rendez-vous is a wonderful love story, told by an old lady from Paris and set on a Creole island. The protagonists are two young ladies. One is barely an adolescent and the other is in the radiance of her youth, ravaged by a devouring love that she will abandon at the end to find herself.
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The Trojan Women
Edited by G. Ferraro, with an introduction by R. Bodei Parallel Greek text 
pp. 175
Euro: 11,87 - ISBN: 88-86358-04-8
The destiny of the vanquished, against the backdrop of a city on fire, is the setting of this wonderful Euripides tragedy. Death, suffering, exile are not just the experience of those defeated in a long war, but the threat hanging over any man and woman.
Naples in the Time of Bomba
Edited by G. Poole Parallel English text 
pp. 116
Euro: 9,29 - ISBN: 88-86358-05-9
The Poem of Herman Melville, entitled Naples in the Time of Bomba, describes the writer’s carriage city tour, while visiting Naples during Carnival, from 18th to 24th February 1857.
The Dreams of Philosophy Explained by the Dreams of Psychoanalysis
Edited by J.-M. Rey Parallel original text 
pp. 127
Euro: 9,29 - ISBN: 88-86358-06-7
The book, edited by J. M. Rey, reconstructs the history of Descartes’ fantasies, that M. Leroy submits to Freud, and their interpretation, while reintroducing the wider problem of the relationship between psychoanalysis and philosophy.


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