4 edition of Contemporary Italian fiction found in the catalog.
Contemporary Italian fiction
|Statement||with an introduction by Franco Zangrilli.|
|Series||Premiere translation series|
|Contributions||Zangrilli, Franco., Pomilio, Mario., Pirandello, Luigi, 1867-1936., Bonaviri, Giuseppe, 1924-|
|LC Classifications||PQ4257.E5 C66 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||88016465|
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Well, what a great chance to know more about Italian culture. Books are just a perfect way to dive deep into the culture of a certain country. That’s why I selected ten great Contemporary Italian fiction book Italian novels, which will give you the opportunity of getting to know more about us Italians, keeping you entertained and hooked at the same time.
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Massimo Riva has gathered English-language translations of short stories and excerpts from novels that were originally published in Italian between and /5(2).
Tim Parks recommends the best Italian Novels 1 Little Novels of Sicily by Giovanni Verga (translated by DH Lawrence) 2 Zeno’s Conscience by Italo Svevo 3 Arturo’s Island by Elsa Morante 4 The Moon and the Bonfires by Cesare Pavese 5 The Garden of the Finzi-Continis by Giorgio Bassani.
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Among the Italian authors represented in the collection whose novels have been translated into English are Italo Calvino, Natalia Ginzburg, Tommaso Landolfi, Alberto Moravia, Vasco Pratolini, Mario. These two books are the ones I am focusing on in this post, in my quest to suggest you books of contemporary Italian literature that you can enjoy even if you are not fluent in Italian.
The two books I am referring to are The Breaking of a Wave (Chi manda le onde in Italian) and Live Bait (Esche vive in the Italian original version). The second part of the book deals with the so-called ‘trattativa Stato-mafia’, an alleged negotiation between these two powers to their mutual benefit in the early nineties, a turning period in contemporary Italian history which caused the death of the so-called first Republic and the birth of Berlusconi’s ventennio.
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Domenico Starnone. Domenico Starnone has written up to 20 books – 8 of which are novels, numerous screenplays, and is a regular contributor to Italian newspapers. Born in Naples inhis first career was as a schoolteacher (and much of his work has been set.
This rich anthology of contemporary Italian fiction in English presents short stories and excerpts from novels that were originally published in Italian between and Each selection is accompanied by a short introduction and biography of the writer, and there is also a comprehensive general introduction to recent Italian literary by: 1.
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Answer: They are the protagonists in our favorite English-language mystery series set in contemporary Italy. The authors of these series have been prolific. Between them they have published 71 wonderful novels set in Italy in the last twenty-five years.
Genre/Form: Translations Traductions anglaises: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Contemporary Italian fiction. Whitestone, N.Y.: Griffon House. Unforgettable Novels set in Italy. Italy has provided an unsurpassed backdrop for many memorable art and culture of cities like Florence and Rome, the lagos of the North, the Tuscan countryside and the splendors of Venice-Italy conjures up a.
July Elizabeth Bachner fiction Italian Tales: An Anthology of Contemporary Italian Fiction edited by Massimo Riva. The eighteen pieces of fiction in Italian Tales are consumed by space. In his introduction to the volume, Italian studies professor Massimo Riva describes the collection as a literary map and a travelogue, with the writer as a “virtual cartographer.”.
Italian tales: an anthology of contemporary Italian fiction. [Massimo Riva;] -- "This anthology serves as a literary map to guide readers through the varied geography of contemporary Italian fiction.eBooks - Language: Italian - Download free eBooks or read books online for free. Discover new authors and their books in our eBook community.In this volume, 20 short stories follow one another to trace the history of the Eternal City over hundreds of g together classic authors of Italian literature and some of the finest voices in modern and contemporary literature, the book presents sketches of Rome in Author: Enrichetta Frezzato.