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Synonyms for Friulian

a Rhaeto-Romance dialect spoken in northeastern Italy

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Could I compare Thiess's isolated, anomalous case to the Friulian benandanti?
At the same time, however, Fabro's move to Milan as a young artist would overturn any ideas one might deduce from Letture parallele about a Friulian regional pride.
Written in 1950 following the author's relocation from the Friulian town of Casarsa to Rome, and first appearing in the 1965 Garzanti collection All dagli occhi azzurri, "Squarci" presents one of Pasolini's earliest articulations of the ragazzo di vita, a figure that became known with the 1955 publication of his first novel, Ragazzi di vita, and more so in 1961 with his first film, Accattone.
One of the surprises here, as in our <i>Spain</i> issue, is the presence of many poets who still write in a local language or dialect: Anedda in Sardinian, Pasolini in Friulian, Roberti in Romanesco, Cecchinel in Venetian.
At times reminiscent of Carlo Ginzburg's account of the contemporary Friulian miller Menocchio, Treason in the Northern Quarter ably shows that it was all rather more complicated than that.
Also of great interest is the chapter on Pasolini, where, after a pertinent discussion of why the most (in)famous Italian homosexual writer has proved such a problematic subject for gay scholars, Duncan produces an authoritative and inspired reading of Pasolini's Friulian writings based on Sedgwick's theories on the closet and the kind of discursive regime it generates.
For example, Trugole is a small, family-owned cheesemaking operation from the Asiago region (known as malgas in the local Friulian dialect) that turns out magnificent and distinct cheeses.
This includes topics such as the Friulian concentration camps where those confined between 1941 to 1943 were mostly Slovenian; and the anti-communist and anti-Slav activity of parallel Italian secret services in the area after WWII (Naz 1996).
The force of Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie's account of the Cathar villagers of early fourteenth-century Montaillou and the Friulian miller's cosmography in Carlo Ginzburg's The Cheese and the Worms are both directly attributable to the sheer rarity of the insights they afforded into lost mentalities.
They take the staff there annually and have become informal ambassadors of Friulian culture.
Italy, for example, has five special autonomous regions with extensive local powers defined by the constitution: Trentino-Alto Adige (containing the German-speaking people of the South Tyrol), Friuli-Venezia Giulia (containing Slovene and Friulian speakers), Val d'Aosta (containing French speakers), as well as the islands of Sardinia and Sicily.
In my days of innocence, I would stop by the table with complimentary tastes of Tchacoli, Vinho Verde, Albarino, or a white Friulian wine to have with the cold seafood platter.
The local peasantry spoke an ancient dialect, Friulian, in which Pasolini wrote his first poems.
by examining fluent as well as nonfluent aphasias, plus languages/dialects not previously covered (African-American English, Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Czech, Friulian, Spanish), and by examining previously reported languages in greater depth (Farsi, Finnish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Polish, Swedish).