Cristina La Rosa

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Cristina La Rosa

Articoli e Recensioni pubblicati per La rivista di Arablit

Resisting Through Languages: Dāriǧah and Caricature in Contemporary Tunisia

2021-01-21T10:04:13+00:00

Articolo della Rivista, Anno X, numero 20, dicembre 2020

in La rivista di Arablit, a. X, n. 20, dicembre 2020, pp. 45-78. The genesis of graphic literature in the Arab world has its roots in twentieth-century Egypt and Lebanon, which are the main focus of recent academic studies on comics and cartoons (Jacquemond 2008). However, also Maghrib, and particularly Tunisia, boast some relevant independent artists and collectives. This paper aims at analysing some caricatures contained in the book Khalti Khadhra by Mohamed Doggui (2017) and some other cartoons taken from the writer’s and Anis Mahrsi’s Facebook pages. The relationship between the linguistic code (Tunisian dāriǧah) and [...]

Resisting Through Languages: Dāriǧah and Caricature in Contemporary Tunisia2021-01-21T10:04:13+00:00

Alcune strategie retoriche nel discorso politico tunisino: uso dei deittici e ripetizione lessicale

2020-03-07T16:22:18+00:00

Articolo della Rivista, Anno VIII, numero 15, giugno 2018

(Rhetorical strategies in the Tunisian political discourse: Use of deixis and lexical repetition) in La rivista di Arablit, a. VIII, n. 15, giugno 2018, pp. 67-92. This paper analyses some rhetorical strategies used by the President of the Tunisian Republic al-Bāǧī Qā’id al-Sabsī during his discourse delivered on 20 March 2015, on the occasion of the 59th anniversary of Tunisian Independence and two days after the terroristic attack at the Bardo National Museum. In such a delicate socio-political context, al-Sabsī’s linguistic choices are part of a wider strategy of persuasion aiming at communicating to the Tunisian [...]

Alcune strategie retoriche nel discorso politico tunisino: uso dei deittici e ripetizione lessicale2020-03-07T16:22:18+00:00