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Carlo Emilio Gadda's Luigi di Francia
(Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2002-03)
The work that Gadda prepared for publication from the series of broadcasts on Louis XIII-XV of France during 1952 has largely been overlooked by critics. It is the aim of this article to show that, although there are ...
Reflections Cast on Inferno XXXI-XXXIV by Primo Levi's Account of Auschwitz.
(Australian Humanities Press, 2000)
In ‘Se questo è un uomo’, Primo Levi tells his “ghastly tale” of his months in a Nazi concentration camp by evoking occasional comparison with parts of Dante’s ‘Inferno’. When, decades later, he returns to write about the ...
Italo Calvino: Attentive Observer of Life, Experienced or Imagined. [abstract].
The Italian writer Italo Calvino, who died in September 1985, is remembered as a fabulist and essayist. His writing spans a range that reflects the diversity of his cultural interests but shows a basic consistency of ...