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But as a matter of plain fact, of the four works collected in this volume, three of them—The Beach, Among Women Only, and The Devil in the Hills—contain no politics at all in the usual sense. The Beach is in many respects a trial run for The Devil in the Hills of seven years later. A quick survey of the longer novels may provoke the conclusion that Pavese gives the upper classes a pretty rough time.
He was also fond of Proust. In Among Women Only, the upper classes are repre- sented by a fumbling pair of industrialist parents, assorted demi- lesbians, and half-vicious hangers-on. In The Devil in the Hills, their spokesman is a drug addict far gone with tuberculosis.
In The House on the Hill, we see them through the eyes of an elderly pietist, Elvira, an adolescent prig, Egle, and others of their kind. He often ignored it in his life—he had several prosperous friends—and argued against it in his fiction; but it was always there when he needed it most. In the Italians. Needless to say, Pavese did not, one fine morning, suddenly no- tice this class and begin writing about it. His literary beginnings followed all the usual steps. But the igniting spark was American: You are the peach of the world!
Not only in wealth and ma- terial life but really in liveliness and strength of art which x means thought and politics and everything. But Pavese intended to be as subversively heterosexual as Whitman had been the opposite.
His middle-classness is important, however, in the light of a common literary faith of the day, expressed by Alberto Moravia in an essay on Verdi, that everything good in Italian life comes from either the peasantry or the nobility.
Moravia, to be sure, has made himself abundantly clear about his own definition of Italian middle-classness, in The Time of Indifference, in nearly everything he has written.
He kept scanning his own nature for telltale hints of peasant origin. Turin is one of the best cities in Europe for framing this drama, a city laid out by the Romans in their Augusta Taurinorum, whose straight-lined gracefulness and alpine changeability are shot with memories of half a dozen pasts. What wonderfully silly names! The cultural battle under Fascism was mostly a pillow fight of empty counterpositions in which, however, every third, fifth, or ninth government pillow might contain a bomb.
Hence his reluc- tance to deal with even the normal politics of the factories.
It should be no surprise, since choices had to be made, that this volume passes over his two most overtly Communist novels, The Companion and The Moon and the Bonfires It matters little that this character was taken from a living model who, incidentally, was interviewed by Norman Thomas di Gio- vanni and claimed to have found Pavese an utterly baffling charac- ter. Nuto is still a bore when he preaches. If one overlooks these doctrinaire excesses—and who during those years avoided them?
He was even fortunate in two periods of exile that took him away from the city at critical moments. The first, in , was to Brancaleone Calabria in the extreme south, where he was sent as a punishment for his editorial role at the anti-Fascist Einaudi maga- zine, La Cultura—a rather mild chastisement as reprisals went in the Thirties. The Unedited Correspondence between Cesare Pavese and Renata Aldrovandi ALBERTO ZAVA,The effects and charms of Pirandello's humorous universe between Laurence Sterne and Alberto Cantoni Alberto Cantoni, the Italian author from Mantua who lived in late nineteenth century, stands out for his rich and original narrative fiction, the result of a literary experience which, though usually connected to Verism and the Scapigliatura movement, has been re-considered, mainly due to Luigi Pirandello's critical contributions and to a remarkably humorous inner element in Cantoni's works, connected with the digressive and fragmentary trends typical of twentieth-century literature.
The connections between Cantoni's works and Pirandello's later production can be easily found both in the texts and in the theory supporting them. This is the reason why Cantoni has a major role in the imagery, effects and theory on which Pirandello's humorous narrative experience and drama are based. Cantoni's influence can sometimes be regarded as even greater than that of Laurence Sterne's, a major point of reference for the Sicilian author, as he himself acknowledged.
It is not, obviously, the case to read the entire novel in the light of the difficult relationship between women and writing. Suo marito should be reread, rather in a wider sense, as a metaphor for the "mystery of artistic creation", which Pirandello himself, on another occasion, associated with the "mystery of natural birth".
Thus, the main character, Silvia Roncella, increasingly appears as the alter ego of Pirandello himself, of his experience as a writer in giving voice to the creatures of his imagination, who overbearingly demand to be represented.
A novel with a circular structure, Suo marito also offers the reader other interesting cues it is enough to cite the polemics which have just arisen over the "fantastic professors of anthropological criticism" which allow them to close in on that which remains the main theme: the act of writing.
The "demon" which presses Pirandello to write "unconsciously" is the very "ebbro demone" of Silvia. Both are captured in a hall of mirrors which leads the writer to give life to another version of himself destined to represent the toil of creation not by chance did Pirandello make Silvia the author of the Nuova Colonia. Pirandello and Roncella experience the mystery of writing which gives body to the "living part" of their own egos, to the "life not lived, but transfused into a phantom which substitutes them in an ideal world", that being precisely the world of literature.
Our attention is concentrated on Christological symbols, many of which surround symbols of bread and wine. These take on a crucial relevance for the understanding of the mythico-religious universe evoked in Silone's novels. The religious, and specifically Christian undertones of beliefs, mental attitudes and behaviour, far removed from the cult practices and rites, are evident also in the language, which re-echoes, albeit indirectly or allusively and at times improperly, places and events from the Holy Bible.
The exploration of such a universe, as it expresses itself in the gestures, the words and the actions of the characters, allows the narrative project of Silone to emerge as a "re- writing" of situations, discourses and events of the great Book.
A significant role in young Montale's inner vicissitude is played by his interest in Andrzej Towianski's thought which in the following years would have aroused enthusiasm in Clemente Rebora. This event has already been investigated elsewhere in great detail, yet within the limits of a biographical and documentary perspective. I segni del giovane Proust audiolibro. Il cuore della colomba site.
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