Atala

(from the article `Chateaubriand, François-Auguste-René, vicomte de`) In 1800 Chateaubriand returned to Paris, where he worked as a freelance journalist and continued to write his books. A fragment of an unfinished epic ... ...of nature, and natural landscape, as the lodging place of spiritual repose and renewal. Within it...
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Atala

[company] Atala spa is an Italian manufacturer of bicycles and exercise equipment. == History == The company was started by Gatti in 1919 and formally founded in Italy in 1921 by Cesare Rizzato and was notable for its racing bicycles which won several championships in the early 20th century. The company also had some championship success in...
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Atala

[novella] Atala is an early novella by François-René de Chateaubriand, first published on 12 germinal IX (2 April 1801). The work, inspired by his travels in North America, had an immense impact on early Romanticism, and went through five editions in its first year. It was adapted frequently for stage, and translated into many languages. ...
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Atala

[cycling team] Team Atala was a cycling team that was created in 1908 and officially retired in 1989. In 1912, the 1912 Giro d`Italia was contested by teams, and Team Atala, consisting of Carlo Galetti, Giovanni Micheletto and Eberardo Pavesi emerged as the winner (Luigi Ganna, also member of the team, retired during the fifth stage). ==Maj...
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