…So break out the bubbly and toast!"
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Table of contents
1. Introduction: Italian Masculinity and Melodrama
2. Caravaggio and the Melodramatic Sensibility
3. Caravaggio’s Melodramatic Male Bodies
4. Tosca and Social Melodrama
5. Puccini’s Sparrow: Longing and La Rondine
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