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FAMIGLIA
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FAMIGLIA

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AUTHOR: Natalia Ginzburg
INTRODUCTION BY: Domenico Scarpa
PUBLISHER: Einaudi Editore
YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2014
GENRE: Italian literature
RECOMMENDED AGE: Adults
NUMBER OF PAGES: 138
FORMAT: Paperback 12cm x 19.5cm
LANGUAGE: Italian

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
Famiglia e Borghesia sono i due capitoli che compongono questo libro della Ginzburg scritto nel 1977, ora riproposto in una nuova edizione. Due storie di smarrimento e di crisi familiare in cui i personaggi che annodano e dipanano i loro destini sembrano trascinati da una casualità capricciosa che inventa incontri sorprendenti, amicizie scontrose, fragili amori, tenaci avversioni. Come avviene nelle sue pagine migliori, Natalia Ginzburg segue gli arabeschi di queste esistenze incrinate con uno stile distillato, in un sommesso ma implacabile controcanto che reinventa la musica banale e terribile della vita. Nuova edizione a cura di Domenico Scarpa, con antologia critica e cronologia della vita e delle opere.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
Family and Bourgeoisie are the two chapters that make up Ginzburg book "Famiglia - Famoly" written in 1977, now reproduced in a new edition. Two stories of a family lost and in crisis, where the characters knotting and dwindling their destinies seem to be dragged by a whimsical casualty that invents surprising encounters, scandalous friendships, fragile love and enduring aversions. As it happens in the best pages, Natalia Ginzburg follows the arabesques of these twisted existence in a distorted style, in a subtle but implacable countercpoint that reinvents the banal and terrible music of life. New edition by Domenico Scarpa, with critical anthology and chronology of life and works by the author.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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