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Presentazione "La civetta e la talpa" di R. Bodei

Lunedì 9 marzo alle ore 15 nell’Aula Magna di Palazzo Matteucci

il Prof. Remo BODEI 

(UCLA, già Università di Pisa)

presenterà il suo volume

  La civetta e la talpa  40 more words

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