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By Natalia Ginzburg

All Our Yesterdays is a unique set in Italy from 1939 to 1944. occasions like a relations quarrel or an infidelity tackle an significance equivalent to that of the warfare, as though to assert that adultery and air raids will be both harmful.

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Revius 1930, 77) With his choice for this type of poetry, limited in subject matter and motif, with an almost exclusively Christian orientation but setting high literary aims, Revius opted, although involuntarily, for a very limited audience.

Ing are known, but it is impossible to ascertain whether the amount is mainly due to the more expensive seats or to the cheap ones. There are many indications that behavior in the theater left much to be desired. Throwing of nutshells is mentioned as a normal activity, for instance in 1649 by Lambert van den Bosch, and official posters warn against this and similar objectionable behavior. It is hardly possible to attribute such behavior to one particular social stratum, however readily reformers of the stage may reproach their opponents that they want to please the rabble in particular.

But soon the dogmatically well-trained Calvinists objected to various elements in the Mennonite literature. They resolved the problem by removing the songs that were considered to contain dogmatic errors, with the result that beside the Veelderhande liedekens, a reformed version saw the light (first edition 1558), the Veelderhande gheestelicke liedekens (Miscellaneous sacred songs). But as time progressed the Calvinists distanced themselves more and more from the sacred song. In their services hymns had no place.

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