Fantasia e buonsenso. Antonio Rubino nei periodici per ragazzi (1907-1941)

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Fantasy and common sense. Antonio Rubino in children's magazines (1907-1941)

Elena Surdi

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Abstract

The essay analyzes the eclectic art of Antonio Rubino (1880-1964) in starting from the fantasy-common sense tandem. The personal and artistic life of the author was built on these two pillars: on one hand, Rubino challenged the customs while developing new expressive forms, on the other he was truly inspired by values. The volume analyzed the production on periodicals for children, where the fantasy- common sense dichotomy is evident in some key topics: family, school, free time, the artist, colonialism and nationalism. A deeper insight into the directive activities of Rubino for some magazines for youngsters and into the creation of animation films bring to an evaluation of the educational contribution of the famous artist to the children's literature
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Fantasy and common sense. Antonio Rubino in children's magazines (1907-1941)
Original languageItalian
PublisherPensa MultiMedia
Number of pages351
ISBN (Print)9788867602308
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

Name"Teoria e storia dell'educazione. Emblemi"

Keywords

  • history of children's literature, "Corriere dei Piccoli", "Giornalino della Domenica", “La tradotta”, “Il balilla”, multimedia literature
  • storia della letteratura per l'infanzia, "Corriere dei Piccoli", "Giornalino della Domenica", “La tradotta”, “Il balilla”, Letteratura multimediale

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