Giulio Salvadori a Tommaso Gallarati Scotti. Lettere inedite (1900-1928)
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Giulio Salvadori and Tommaso Gallarati Scotti were among the most important figures of the so-called “rinnovamento cattolico” (Catholic renewal) in Italy between the 19th and 20th centuries. Although very different both in character and social status, they were united by the intense spiritual life, nourished in both by their studies on some of the most important authors of italian literature: among the medieval ones Jacopone da Todi, Francesco d’Assisi, Dante Alighieri, among the modern ones Alessandro Manzoni and Antonio Fogazzaro. In the first three decades of the century, they exchanged a close correspondence, in which they discussed some of the issues debated among the cultured and progressive Catholic elite of their time.
keywordsGiulio Salvadori, Tommaso Gallarati Scotti, Catholic renewal, Catholic University.
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