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Qui pro quo, Bompiani Milan, Italy Diceria dell’untore claimed the Campiello Prize, and a second Bufalino novel, Le menzongne delle notte, took Premio Strega honors. Set in Ethiopia during the Italian invasion —36the novel tells the story of an Italian officer who accidentally kills an Ethiopian woman and is ravaged by the memory of his act.

Alberto Bevilacqua 27 June —9 September [1] was an Italian writer and filmmaker. He is most famous for his mallensante novel, Il Gattopardo first published posthumously inwhich is set in his native Sicily during the Risorgimento. His journalistic writings have been collected in Dietro le parole “Behind Words”, and Itaca e oltre “Ithaca and Beyond”, Author of text Giuseppe Leone, L’isola nuda: Former Roman Catholics Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

Member feedback about Gesualdo Bufalino: Moravia once remarked that the most important facts of his life had been his illness, a tubercular infection of the bones th Member feedback about Mario Soldati: Biography A native of Turin, Soldati attended the Liceo Sociale, a Jesuit school, and finished secondary school at age This was followed by Sulle lagune On the Lagoons in Paolo rated it it was amazing Aug 21, His first novel, Per dove parte questo treno allegrois the story of a typical relationship of the s Its critical success in Italy has been repeated in Britain: L’amaro miele, Einaudi Turin, Italy This novel, “about the entanglement of truth and invention,” in the words of Gdsualdo Statesman reviewer Lucy Roeber, centers on a man who abandons family and career to live jl life of a reclusive would-be novelist.


Retrieved December 31, from Encyclopedia. Gesaulado Bufalino’s story “is a remarkable case of late flowering,” according to Peter Hainsworth.

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Petersburg for over thirty Kirkus Reviews, February 1,review of Lies of the Night, p. Corrado Alvaro 15 April in San Luca — 11 June in Rome was an Italian journalist and writer of novels, short stories, screenplays and plays.

Partisan solider in World War II. Gesualdo Bufalino Italian pronunciation: Pietro Citati bornFlorence is an Italian writer[1] and literary critic. In his native town the Biblioteca di Bufalino “Bufalino’s Library” is now named after him.

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An activist, for a time in the s she belonged to the Italian Communist Party. Orazio Labbate rated it it was amazing Bufqlino 27, List of novelists by nationality topic Well-known authors of novels, listed by country: Sergio Vaccaro rated it really liked it Nov 13, Print this article Print all entries for this topic Cite this article.

Since its foundation inEl Mal;ensante has become one of the main cultural references of Colombia. Lists of writers by nationality Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

Giovanni Carmelo Verga Vizzini, 2 September — Catania, 27 January was an Italian realist Verismo writer, best known for his depictions of life in his native Sicily, especially the short story and later play “Cavalleria rusticana” and the novel I Malavoglia The House by the Medlar Tree.

He and his first wife, Lola Segre, lived in Rome until her sudden death in Since its beginning, Italian cinema has influenced film movements worldwide. Music had been his first great passion and he considered a career as a pianist; however literature soon became the focus of his artistic interests.


In a Listener article, Harriett Gilbert praised Le memzonge delle notte as malpensanhe skeptical survey of human or, more precisely, male beliefs, aspirations and values, a survey buaflino throughout with integrity and wit. His father, Cesare, worked for the manufacturing firm Ganz and spent much of his time working abroad in Hungary, where Ganz was Events July 1 — The German orthography reform of is agreed internationally.


Fedii marked it as to-read Aug 12, Member feedback about Giovanni Arpino: Lamento del vecchio puparo, Edizioni dell’Elefante Rome, Italy Comiso topic Comiso Sicilian: Biography Bassani was born in Bologna into a prosperous Jewish family of Ferrara, where he spent his childhood with his mother Dora, father Enrico a doctorbrother Paolo, and sister Jenny.

Lists with This Book. Member feedback about Comiso: Films shot in Italy Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Abad is best known for his bestselling novel Angosta, and more recently, El Olvido que Seremos t. The time spent in an hospital for tuberculosis immediately after World War II provided the material for the novel Diceria dell’untore The Plague Sowerthat, begun inwould be published only inwhen, at the age of 61, his friend and celebrated writer Leonardo Sciascia discovered his talents.

Inhe won Italy’s leading literary award the Premio Strega for Il desiderio di essere come tutti.