The text examines the different definitions of the term rebellion contained in the Dictionaries of the first part of the nineteenth century, from which emerges a relevant distance from the political meaning assigned to the term itself; the elaboration of a common language of Italians tended to resort, in the case of rebellion, to examples and expressions taken from remote history and religious repertoires, excluding any revolutionary contamination. In this sense, the distance between the Dictionaries and the regulatory codifications established in those years was also evident.
|Titolo:||Ribelli senza politica. Le vicende di un termine nei dizionari italiani dell'Ottocento|
|Anno del prodotto:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|