'Onde Di Questo Mare': Reconsidering Pavese

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Rossella Riccobono, Doug Thompson
Troubador Publishing Ltd, 1 feb 2003 - 140 pagine
In the half-century following Pavese's death, much that was written about him sought principally to understand and define his complex character, and to determine his place within the twentieth-century Italian literary canon. Latterly, there appears to have been a significant shift in focus towards a closer reading of individual works or aspects or periods of his writing, the better to analyse and reveal the subtleties and depth of his vision. This present collection of ten essays conforms broadly with this tendency. It is organised chronologically with regard to Pavese's life and works so as to convey a sense of the development of a writer, over and above the particular concerns of any given essay. The book features contributions from many leading experts on Pavese.
 

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1
IV
19
V
39
VI
55
VII
71
VIII
81
IX
91
X
103
XII
111
XIV
121
XV
135
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Informazioni sull'autore (2003)

Rossella Riccobono lectures in Italian at Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand). She specialises in twentieth century narrative and poetry. Doug Thompson is Emeritus Professor of Italian at the University of Hull, UK where he taught twentieth century literature and history for over 20 years.

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