By Y. Musharbash,G. Presterudstuen
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Il nano, con los angeles sua presenza viva ma ambigua, è un personaggio che esprime l. a. sintesi del conflitto tra Natura e Artificio. Allo stupor e alla maraviglia del mondo medievale e umanistico in step with questo ‘artificio d’uomo’ si associavano quesiti medici e giuridici. Nei confronti del nano l. a. produzione artistica e los angeles pubblicistica scientifica rivelano inquietudine e paura del ‘diverso’ e del ‘mostro’.
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Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond by Y. Musharbash,G. Presterudstuen