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Il termine nasce dall'unione tra Oxford e Cambridge, le due università più antiche e prestigiose d'Inghilterra (XIII secolo), entrambe altamente selettive. Gli studenti sono divisi in college nei quali risiedono e dove si svolgono anche parte delle lezioni. I più antichi sono aperti al pubblico nei periodi di vacanza.

premi letterari

There are more than 1,300 literary awards in Italy. The most prestigious is the Strega Prize, which was first awarded in 1947. Other major awards are the Viareggio-Rèpaci Prize, the Campiello prize, and the Bautta prize.

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