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scarica - Liceo B.Rambaldi-L.Valeriani
Liceo Scientifico Statale “Rambaldi-Valeriani”- Imola
Anno scolastico 2015-2016
Classe 1Bs
Insegnante: Franca Gagliardi
PROGRAMMA DI LINGUA INGLESE
Seguendo il libro di testo “English Plus pre-intermediate” vol. unico di Ben Wetz ed. Oxford ( Units
from 1 to 7) e la grammatica “ Smart Grammar” di Iandelli-Rizzo-Humphrie e Smith- ed. Eli, sono
stati svolti esercizi scritti di produzione personale _ quali dialoghi, conversazioni, racconti, ecc- e
strutturali, impiegando
a - i seguenti argomenti grammaticali:
personal pronouns (subject/object), the plurals (regular/irregular), to be and to have (anche
espressioni idiomatiche), use of “the”, “a”, “an”, “ecco”, there is/are/was/were, possessive
adjectives and pronouns, cardinal and ordinal numbers, this-these-that-those, interrogative pronouns
(anche accompagnati da preposizione), can (anche al passato e futuro), the possessive case, some any -no -none, imperative forms, prepositions of time and of place , -ing form, present continuous
and simple present, frequency adverbs, countable/uncountable nouns, costruzione di to want,
simple past (regular /irregular verbs), used to, how much/many, modifiers : “molto, troppo, poco”,
some linkers, comparative /superlative forms of equality, majority and minority (anche forme
irregolari ), past continuous, must e to have to, should, shall, the future (present simple, present
continuous, to be going to, will), 1st type if-clauses, infinite of purpose (to, not to), defining and non
defining relative clauses, present perfect (with just, still, yet, already) , present perfect continuous
with for and since.
b - le seguenti funzioni comunicative:
spelling words, saying one's own address or e-mail address, introducing people, speaking of
nationalities, asking for and giving personal information, saying the date, going shopping in
England, using the correct punctuation, describing people (physical aspect, clothes), speaking of
family trees, writing and replying to an e-mail, speaking about school subjects, writing messages,
writing biographies / autobiographies, writing a summary, speaking of daily routine, timetables,
current activities, asking for and giving suggestions, inviting people to do something,giving orders,
telling the time, speaking of past events, expressing possession and ability, expressing satisfaction,
dissatisfaction,criticizing, making comparisons, describing a photo, speaking of clothes, planning
activities or expressing the intention of doing something in the future, making predictions,
discussing TV programmes, talking about and reacting to news, agreeing/disagreeing, asking for
and giving advice.
c - in particolare il lessico relativo a:
character and personality, compound adjectives, cognates and false friends, television and television
programmes, containers and quantities, the environment, the Internet, show business and star
qualities, school life, action and protest.
All'orale, sempre impiegando le strutture grammaticali, le funzioni comunicative e il lessico
segnalati per lo scritto, sono stati effettuati dialoghi, brevi conversazioni, racconti, esercizi e
traduzione di frasi alla lavagna.
Di ogni unit sono state svolte anche tutte le letture con i relativi esercizi.
Delle sette units svolte sono stati effettuati anche i dialoghi e gli esercizi relativi alle sezioni
“Everyday listening and speaking” e “Culture and CLIL”.
Su fotocopia o tratte da Internet sono state svolte letture sui seguenti argomenti:
Terrorist attacks in Paris
American elections
Da breakingnewsenglish:
“Reasearchers find Einstein's space waves”
In compresenza con la lettrice madrelingua inglese sono state svolte tre lezioni finalizzate
all'ampliamento del lessico e al miglioramento della produzione orale.
Imola, 6 giugno 2016
L'insegnante
Franca Gagliardi
Liceo Scientifico Statale "Rambaldi- Valeriani " - Imola
Anno scolastico 2015-2016
Classe 2Bs
PROGRAMMA DI LINGUA E CIVILTA' INGLESE
Testi in adozione:
“English Plus pre- intermediate”, volume unico di Ben wetz, ed. Oxford _ contenuti delle units 8 e
9.
"English Plus intermediate” volume unico di Ben Wetz , ed. Oxford- contenuti dalla unit 1 alla
unit 8- ;
“Smart Grammar” di Iandelli, Zizzo, Humphreis, Smith , ed. Eli.
Sono stati svolti esercizi di vario tipo, personali e strutturali , sui seguenti argomenti grammaticali:
ripasso delle strutture del primo anno, like vs would like, can, could, will be able to, the passive
form, present perfect/present perfect continuous (ripasso), used to, past simple vs past continuous
(ripasso), subject and object questions, could, managed to, can, will be able to, , possibility and
certainty ( may, might, could, must, can't), past modals (possibility and certainty), advice and
obligation (should, must, have to),costruzione della frase con il doppio oggetto, both..and/ neither...
nor either ...or, ripasso delle forme future, so/such, too (not) enough,question tags, passive forms
(also questions and short answers), reflexive and reciprocal pronouns , have/get something done,
make/let/get...to/be allowed to, defining/non-defining relative clauses, 0 type/1st type, 2nd type/ 3rd
type if- clauses, wish, if only, gerund and infinitive.
Funzioni:
talk about wishes and likes, recommend and express preferences, do a quiz, express doubt and
persuade, give extra details, invite someone out, check facts with question tags, talk about events in
the past, give and respond to advice, talk about past mistakes, ask about times and timetables, ask
for and give information, change something in a shop, give your opinion about appearance, express
annoyance, express certainty and doubt, apologise for a misunderstanding, continuing a
conversation, express regret, talk about things that affect you, console and encourage, speak of
health and diseases, ask for and give street directions, use the underground, speak of books and
films.
Vocabulary:
books and films, art, relationships, generations, medical science, travel, fashion, body decoration,
politics and government, personality and behaviour.
Di tutte le units su English Plus pre-intermediate e English Plus intermediate sono state svolte tutte
le sezioni, anche quelle di writing , di everyday listening and speaking e di Culture and CLIL.
Tramite la lettura di articoli su internet si è discusso sui seguenti argomenti:
Terrorist attacks in Paris
The American electoral system
Film:
“The Core”
Songs
Getting better
If I were a painter
Sono state effettuate tre lezioni in compresenza con una lettrice madrelingua inglese al fine di
migliorare la pronuncia , la produzione orale e la conoscenza delle forme idiomatiche,oltre ad
acquisire informazioni di civiltà.
Imola, 6 giugno 2016
L'insegnante
Franca Gagliardi
Liceo Scientifico Statale “Rambaldi-Valeriani” - Imola
Anno scolastico 2015-2016
Classe 3Bs
Insegnante: Franca Gagliardi
Programma di lingua e civiltà inglese
Testi in adozione:
“Performer Culture & Literature 1” di Spiazzi, Tavella, Layton ed. Zanichelli
“ Gateway” di David Spencer, ed . MacMillan.
Letteratura (seguendo “Performer Culture and Literature 1”:
The Birth of the Nation:
Meet the Celts – the origins of Halloween, Caesar and the Druids,Roman Britain, the
Anglo-Saxons, Anglo-Saxon art, Beowulf a National Hero
Beowulf and Grendel : the fight
The Norman Invasion, the Domesady Book.
Developing Society:
a War of Succession, the Gothic Cathedral, King John and the Magna Carta, the
Medieval Ballad (cenni), the Birth of Parliament, the Three Orders of Medieval
Society, Geoffrey Chaucer's Portrait of English Society
The Wife of Bath
The Miller
Chaucer and Boccaccio.
Medieval narrative poems (cenni)
The Black Death, the War of the Roses.
A Cultural Awakening:
The Hundred years'War, the War of the Roses.
Meet the Tudors (also through videos), Portraits of Queen Elizabeth I,
Elizabethan Entertainment, an Expanding World, the English
Renaissance,Humanism.
The Sonnet, the English and the Italian Sonnet
I Find No Peace ( Wyatt)
One Day I Wrote Her Name (Spenser)
Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?
My Misterss'Eyes (Shakespeare)
William Shakespeare: England's Genius:
William Shakespeare, Shakespeare's London, the Structure of Theatres, the World of
Drama.
The Elizabethan theatre
The Elizabethan tragedy (performance, structure, the tragic hero, the villain, the fatal
flaw)
Shakespeare's plays
Shakespeare's four periods
Romeo and Juliet (lettura completa del testo)
Brutus' Speech (from Julius Caesar)
Mark Antony's Speech (from “Julius Caesar”)
The Three Witches (from Macbeth)
Macbeth Shall Sleep No More (from “Macbeth”)
(images, fear and determination, psychological
realism)
Macbeth's Last Monologue (from Macbeth)
fate, life)
Hamlet ( lettura completa dell'opera)
Gli studenti hanno partecipato ad una rappresentazione cinematografica su Hamlet :
al Teatro dell'Osservanza di Imola.
Dal testo “Gateway”:
Unit 1: Study plans
Unit 2: Work experience
In particolare
vocabulary: life and study at university, work and jobs, conditions and stages of a job;
grammar: present tenses, past tenses, present perfect, gerunds and infinitives, past
perfect, past and present habits ;
writing: questions about experience, taking notes in informal interviews, reply to a
request in an email;
speaking: pair interviews and reports, expressing preferences, describing jobs, talking
about work plans, stimulus-based discussions.
Di queste units sono state svolte anche le sezioni di listening e click into... .
Allo scritto sono stati svolti esercizi grammaticali di vario tipo, esercizi di produzione
personale, risposte a domande di tipologia A e B di letteratura e scrittura di essays.
In classe si è discusso sui seguenti argomenti tramite l'uso di articoli su internet:
The English Parliament
Immigration
Terrorist attacks in Paris
Elections in the USA.
Imola, 6 giugno 2016
L'insegnante
Franca Gagliardi
Liceo Scientifico Statale “Rambaldi-Valeriani”- Imola
Anno scolastico 2015-2016
Classe 4 Bs.
Insegnante: Gagliardi Franca
PROGRAMMA DI LINGUA E LETTERATURA INGLESE
Seguendo il testo “ Performer Culture & Literature vol. 1-2” di Spiazzi-Tavella-Layton, ed.
Zanichelli”, unitamente a fotocopie e appunti forniti dall’insegnante sono stati studiati i seguenti
argomenti:
The Stuart dynasty- James I, Charles I
The Civil War- The Commonwealth-Cromwell
The Puritans
Lettura di un dipinto di William Dobson (A puritan family)
The Restoration and the last Stuarts- Charles II- James II- The Glorious Revolution- The Bill of
Rights - The reign of Queen Anne- A foreign trade policy- The Whigs and the ToriesSir Christopher Wren: Greenwich and the Royal Naval Hospital.
Hobbes and Locke: the laws of nature and the state of nature.
Milton (Paradise Lost, the Christian epic, the meaning of Paradise Lost, the figure of Satan and
the style in Paradise Lost)
J. Milton
Satan Takes Possession of Hell (from Paradise Lost)
The first Hanoverian kings: George I and parliamentary monarchy- Britain's first prime ministerGeorge II -the Seven Years’War and Pitt’s ministry- The conquest of India-George III and the
British Empire.
The rebuilding of London- Science and the Royal Society.
The Augustan Age
The term “Augustan”- Neoclassicism- A belief in order- Rational philosophies- the role of womenthe education of the middle class.
Architecture- landscape gardeningPainting:
Mr and Mrs Andrews by Gainsborough
Gin Lane by Hogarth
Marriage a La Mode by Hogarth
The periodicals
Two articles from
The Spectator and Il Caffè
The rise of the modern novel. The need for realism- the novel and the middle class-different types
of novels
Features of a novel.(story and plot- setting- character- narrator- point of view- language and style).
J. Swift and the satirical novel-(the brilliant satirist,Gulliver's Travels: a travel story, a great satire,
utopia vs reality, Swift's pessimism)
J. Swift
A Modest Proposal (an extract)
“ “ : cenni su Gulliver's Travels.
Daniel Defoe and the realistic novel (the novelist ,the background to Robinson Crusoe, truth and
fiction, Robinson as a mercantile hero/as the archetype colonist, style- the narrator.)
D.Defoe
Robinson and Friday (from Robinson Crusoe)
Film
Cast away
The myth of natural man: Rousseau and Robinson
The Gothic novel (mystery and terror, features of the Gothic novel).
The Age of Revolutions
Edmund Burke and the theory of the sublime
Pre-Romantic literature (pre- Romantic poetry)
Pre- Romantic tendencies
Romanticism
The American Revolution- the French Revolution and the napoleonic wars- social unrest
The Industrial Revolution (economic liberalism, the industrial revolution and its consequences:
working and living conditions. Humanitarian movements, the emancipation of women, social
reforms)
Romantic themes and conventions(feeling vs rationality, the role of imagination, a love of nature,
the figure of the poet, the commonplace and the supernatural, individualism, the dark Romantic
hero, striving for the infinite). First and second generation poets.
Prose
J. Austen (individual work)
W.Scott (lavoro individuale)
Poetry
William Blake (two contrary states of human soul- Blake’s philosophy of contrasts- the child as the
object of poetry- Blake’s style).
William Blake
“
“
“
“
The Chimney Sweeper ( from Songs of Innocence)
The Chimney Sweeper ( “
“
“ Experience)
London (from Songs of Experience)
Painting : Fuseli
Wright
The Nightmare
Vesuvious in Eruption
W. Wordsworth
Lyrical Ballads- The Romantic manifesto- The poetry of the child- the pre-existence of the soul-the
nature poems- nature as a source of inspiration and as a life force- The ordinary world poetry, the
poet/poetry, imagination.
W. Wordsworth
“
“
I wandered lonely as a cloud
Composed Upon Westminster Bridge
S.T. Coleridge
Coleridge’s importance- A philosophical and critical mind- imagination, nature, the poet, poetry
S.T. Coleridge
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner ( 1st part)
Painting.: J.M.W. Turner
J. Constable
The Great fall on the Riechenbach
The Haywain
Second Romantic generation(main features and differences with the first generation)
George Gordon Lord Byron (idealism and realism, Romantic/non-Romantic aspects, nature, the
byronic hero, classic form.)
G.G. Lord Byron
Conrad (from “Lara”)
Don Juan's First Love Affair (from “Don Juan”)
J. Keats: ( his poetry, the role of imagination, beauty and art)
J. Keats
Ode on a Grecian Urn
La Belle Dame Sans Merci
The Victorian Age: Historical, social, philosophical background.
Alcuni argomenti sono stati rafforzati anche tramite letture su LIM.
E’ stata effettuata la lettura in chiave critica del testo di M. Shelley “Frankenstein” (plot, setting,
characters, narrator, point of view, main themes).
Sono state svolte letture su internet e quotidiani inglesi e americani e successive discussioni sui
seguenti argomenti:
ISIS
Terrorist attacks in Paris
Immigration
Elections in the USA
Stem Cells.
Sono stati effettuati esercizi sul testo in adozione “First of All” di Bonomi, Christopherson e
Amidoni, ed. Europass: prepositions followed by word combinations, verbs and adjectives followed
by prepositions, phrasal verbs ( break, bring, call, carry, come, cut, fall, give, go, keep, look, make,
put)
Da “Texts for Young Scientists” di D.J.Ellis, ed. Loescher:
Scientific discoveries in the news
Novelists on Science
Jonathan Swift
Allo scritto sono stati svolti esercizi di analisi di testi, riassunti, commenti, interpretazioni personali
e risposte a quesiti della tipologia A e B . Traduzione di frasi.
Gli studenti hanno svolto uno stage di studio di una settimana a Londra, approfondendo aspetti
linguistici e di civiltà.
Imola, 6 giugno 2016
L'insegnante
Franca Gagliardi
Liceo Scientifico Statale “Rambaldi-Valeriani” - Imola
Anno scolastico 2015-2016
Classe 3Cs
Insegnante: Franca Gagliardi
Programma di lingua e civiltà inglese
Testi in adozione:
“Performer Culture & Literature 1” di Spiazzi, Tavella, Layton ed. Zanichelli
“ Gateway” di David Spencer, ed . MacMillan.
Letteratura (seguendo “Performer Culture and Literature 1”:
The Birth of the Nation:
Meet the Celts – the origins of Halloween, Caesar and the Druids,Roman Britain, the AngloSaxons, Anglo-Saxon art, Beowulf a National Hero
Beowulf and Grendel : the fight
The Norman Invasion, the Domesady Book.
Developing Society:
a War of Succession, the Gothic Cathedral, King John and the Magna Carta, the Medieval Ballad
(cenni), the Birth of Parliament, the Three Orders of Medieval Society, Geoffrey Chaucer's Portrait
of English Society
The Wife of Bath
The Miller
Chaucer and Boccaccio.
Medieval narrative poems (cenni)
The Black Death, the War of the Roses.
A Cultural Awakening:
The Hundred years'War, the War of the Roses.
Meet the Tudors (also through videos), Portraits of Queen Elizabeth I,
Elizabethan Entertainment, an Expanding World, the English Renaissance,Humanism.
The Sonnet, the English and the Italian Sonnet
I Find No Peace ( Wyatt)
One Day I Wrote Her Name (Spenser)
Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?
My Misterss'Eyes (Shakespeare)
William Shakespeare: England's Genius:
William Shakespeare, Shakespeare's London, the Structure of Theatres, the World of Drama.
The Elizabethan theatre
The Elizabethan tragedy (performance, structure, the tragic hero, the villain, the fatal flaw)
Shakespeare's plays
Shakespeare's four periods
Romeo and Juliet (lettura completa del testo)
Brutus' Speech (from Julius Caesar)
Mark Antony's Speech (from “Julius Caesar”)
The Three Witches (from Macbeth)
Macbeth Shall Sleep No More (from “Macbeth”)
(images, fear and determination, psychological
realism)
Macbeth's Last Monologue (from Macbeth)
fate, life)
Hamlet ( lettura completa dell'opera)
Gli studenti hanno partecipato ad una rappresentazione cinematografica su Hamlet : al Teatro
dell'Osservanza di Imola.
Dal testo “Gateway”:
Unit 1: Study plans
Unit 2: Work experience
In particolare
vocabulary: life and study at university, work and jobs, conditions and stages of a job;
grammar: present tenses, past tenses, present perfect, gerunds and infinitives, past perfect, past and
present habits ;
writing: questions about experience, taking notes in informal interviews, reply to a request in an
email;
speaking: pair interviews and reports, expressing preferences, describing jobs, talking about work
plans, stimulus-based discussions.
Di queste units sono state svolte anche le sezioni di listening e click into... .
Allo scritto sono stati svolti esercizi grammaticali di vario tipo, esercizi di produzione personale,
risposte a domande di tipologia A e B di letteratura e scrittura di essays.
In classe si è discusso sui seguenti argomenti tramite l'uso di articoli su internet:
The English Parliament
Immigration
Terrorist attacks in Paris
Elections in the USA.
Gli studenti hanno prodotto un lavoro di gruppo su “The Bayeux Tapestry”.
Imola, 6 giugno 2016
L'insegnante
Franca Gagliardi
Liceo Scientifico Statale “Rambaldi-Valeriani”- Imola
Anno scolastico 2015-2016
Classe 4 Cs.
Insegnante: Gagliardi Franca
PROGRAMMA DI LINGUA E LETTERATURA INGLESE
Seguendo il testo “ Performer Culture & Literature vol. 1-2” di Spiazzi-Tavella-Layton, ed.
Zanichelli”, unitamente a fotocopie e appunti forniti dall’insegnante sono stati studiati i seguenti
argomenti:
The Stuart dynasty- James I, Charles I
The Civil War- The Commonwealth-Cromwell
The Puritans
Lettura di un dipinto di William Dobson (A puritan family)
The Restoration and the last Stuarts- Charles II- James II- The Glorious Revolution- The Bill of
Rights - The reign of Queen Anne- A foreign trade policy- The Whigs and the ToriesSir Christopher Wren: Greenwich and the Royal Naval Hospital.
Hobbes and Locke: the laws of nature and the state of nature.
Milton (Paradise Lost, the Christian epic, the meaning of Paradise Lost, the figure of Satan and
the style in Paradise Lost)
J. Milton
Satan Takes Possession of Hell (from Paradise Lost)
The first Hanoverian kings: George I and parliamentary monarchy- Britain's first prime ministerGeorge II -the Seven Years’War and Pitt’s ministry- The conquest of India-George III and the
British Empire.
The rebuilding of London- Science and the Royal Society.
The Augustan Age
The term “Augustan”- A belief in order- Rational philosophies- the role of women- the education of
the middle class.
Architecture- landscape gardeningPainting:
Mr and Mrs Andrews by Gainsborough
Gin Lane by Hogarth
Marriage a La Mode by Hogarth
The periodicals
Two articles from
The Spectator and Il Caffè
The rise of the modern novel. The need for realism- the novel and the middle class-different types
of novels
Features of a novel.(story and plot- setting- character- narrator- point of view- language and style).
J. Swift and the satirical novel-(the brilliant satirist,Gulliver's Travels: a travel story, a great satire,
utopia vs reality, Swift's pessimism)
J. Swift
A Modest Proposal (an extract)
“ “ : cenni su Gulliver's Travels.
Daniel Defoe and the realistic novel (the novelist ,the background to Robinson Crusoe, truth and
fiction, Robinson as a mercantile hero/as the archetype
colonist, style- the narrator.
D.Defoe
Film
Robinson and Friday (from Robinson Crusoe)
Man Friday
Cast away
The myth of natural man: Rousseau and Robinson
The Gothic novel (mystery and terror, features of the Gothic novel.
The Age of Revolutions
Edmund Burke and the theory of the sublime
Pre-Romantic literature (pre- Romantic poetry)
Pre- Romantic tendencies
Romanticism
The American Revolution- the French Revolution and the napoleonic wars- social unrest
The Industrial Revolution (economic liberalism, the industrial revolution and its consequences:
working and living conditions. Humanitarian movements, the emancipation of women, social
reforms)
Romantic themes and conventions(feeling vs rationality, the role of imagination, a love of nature,
the figure of the poet, the commonplace and the supernatural, individualism, the dark Romantic
hero, striving for the infinite). First and second generation poets.
Prose
J. Austen (individual work)
Poetry
William Blake (two contrary states of human soul- Blake’s philosophy of contrasts- the child as the
object of poetry- Blake’s style)
William Blake
“
“
“
“
The Chimney Sweeper ( from Songs of Innocence)
The Chimney Sweeper ( “
“
“ Experience)
London (from Songs of Experience)
Painting:
Fuseli
Wright
The Nightmare
Vesuvius in Eruption
W. Wordsworth
Lyrical Ballads- The Romantic manifesto- The poetry of the child- the pre-existence of the soul-the
nature poems- nature as a source of inspiration and as a life force- The ordinary world poetry, the
poet/poetry, imagination.
W. Wordsworth
“
“
I wandered lonely as a cloud
Composed Upon Westminster Bridge
S.T. Coleridge
Coleridge’s importance- A philosophical and critical mind- imagination, nature, the poet, poetry
S.T. Coleridge
Painting.: J.M.W. Turner
J. Constable
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner ( 1st part)
The Great fall on the Riechenbach
The Haywain
Second Romantic generation(main features and differences with the first generation)
George Gordon Lord Byron (idealism and realism, Romantic/non-Romantic aspects, nature, the
byronic hero, classic form.)
G.G. Lord Byron
Conrad (from “Lara”)
Don Juan's First Love Affair (from “Don Juan”)
J. Keats: ( his poetry, the role of imagination, beauty and art)
J. Keats
Ode on a Grecian Urn
La Belle Dame Sans Merci
Prose:
W.Scott (lavoro individuale)
The Victorian Age: Historical, social, philosophical background.
Alcuni argomenti sono stati rafforzati anche tramite letture su LIM.
E’ stata effettuata la lettura in chiave critica del testo di M. Shelley “Frankenstein” (plot, setting,
characters, narrator, point of view, main themes).
Sono state svolte letture su internet e quotidiani inglesi e americani e successive discussioni sui
seguenti argomenti:
Isis
Terrorist attacks in Paris
Elections in the USA
Stem Cells
Sono stati effettuati esercizi sul testo in adozione “First of All” di Bonomi, Christopherson e
Amidoni, ed. Europass: prepositions followed by word combinations, verbs and adjectives followed
by prepositions, writing an informal letter.
Dal libro di testo “Texts for Young Scientists” Di D. J. Ellis, ed. Loescher:
Scientific discoveries in the news
Novelists on Science
Jonathan Swift.
Allo scritto sono stati svolti esercizi di analisi di testi, riassunti, commenti, interpretazioni personali
e risposte a quesiti della tipologia A e B . Traduzione di frasi.
Gli studenti hanno svolto uno stage di studio di una settimana a Londra, approfondendo aspetti
linguistici e di civiltà.
Imola, 6 giugno 2016
L'insegnante
Franca Gagliardi

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