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by Gesualdo Bufalino

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Gesualdo Bufalino
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978-8845239915
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8845239918
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Bompiani (January 26, 2001)
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Poche preziosissime righe. La mia già chilometrica lista di titoli s’ Gesualdo Bufalino – Dizionario dei personaggi di romanzo Il Maestro della parola presenta centotrentadue personaggi di romanzo iniziando dal 1605 con Don Chisciotte per finire al 1953 con L’innominabile. un susseguirsi di meraviglie letterarie, pura istigazione alla lettura o alla rilettura.

Gesualdo Bufalino (Italian pronunciation: ; Comiso, Italy, 15 November 1920 – 14 June 1996), was an Italian writer. Gesualdo Bufalino was born in Comiso, Sicily. He studied literature and was a high-school professor in his hometown, for most of his life. Immediately after World War II, he had to spend some time in a hospital for tuberculosis; hence he drew the material for the novel Diceria dell'untore (The Plague Sower)

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Sabato 2 Giugno, ad Etna Comics, un corto che prende ispirazione da "Dizionario dei personaggi di romanzo: da Don Chisciotte all'Innominabile" di Gesualdo Bufalino.

Comiso, 15 novembre 1920 – Comiso, 14 giugno 1996. Sabato 2 Giugno, ad Etna Comics, un corto che prende ispirazione da "Dizionario dei personaggi di romanzo: da Don Chisciotte all'Innominabile" di Gesualdo Bufalino. Sabato 2 giugno, 132 personaggi di romanzo! - Etna Comics 2018.

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Gesualdo Bufalino Zardino 21 Sebastiano Vassalli . The Self-Awareness of the Labyrinth 40. Giorgio Manganelli. New Writers In a book on the new Italian narrative published in the mid-1990s, critic Filippo La Porta characterized some of the writers who emerged in the early 1980s as the cloven Calvino (an allusion to The Cloven Viscount, one of Calvino’s tales from the trilogy Our An- cestors, written in the 1950s). 29 This collection should prove. Patrick Creagh ), and Dizionario dei personaggi di romanzo: Da Don Chisciotte all’Innominabile (Dictionary of Novel Characters, 1982). 12 The Keeper of Ruins by Gesualdo Bufalino.

miles from Fondazione Gesualdo Bufalino.

The first books of madrigals that Gesualdo published are close in style to the work of other contemporary madrigalists. Experiments with harmonic progression, cross-relation and violent rhythmic contrast increase in the later books, with Books Five and Six containing the most famous and extreme examples (for instance, the madrigals "Moro, lasso, al mio duolo" and "Beltà, poi che t'assenti", both of which are in Book Six, published in 1611). Italian singer-songwriter Franco Battiato wrote and recorded a song "Gesualdo da Venosa" about him, for his 1995 album L'ombrello e la macchina da cucire

Gesualdo Bufalino was born in Comiso, Sicily.

Gesualdo Bufalino was born in Comiso, Sicily. Immediately after World War II, he had to spend some time in a hospital for tuberculosis; hence he drew the material for the novel Diceria dell'untore (The Plague Sower). The book was written in 1950, but was published only in 1981, thanks to Bufalino's friend and well-known writer Leonardo Sciascia who discovered his talents. In 1988, the novel Le menzogne della notte (Night's Lies) won the Strega Prize