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همه کاره و هیچ کاره / i naovi racconti romani

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I "Nuovi racconti romani" di Alberto Moravia sono stati scritti tra il 1954 e il 1959 e costituiscono la naturale continuazione del discorso avviato con i precedenti "Racconti romani", considerati dalla critica centrali nella produzione moraviana. Anche nei "Nuovi racconti romani" il mito proletario influisce non soltanto sulla visione del mondo, ma anche sulla scrittura c ...more
Paperback, چاپ نخست, 179 pages
Published 2009 by نشر چشمه (first published 1959)
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Ahmad Sharabiani
این مجموعه شامل داستان کوتاه از این نویسنده تواناست، که هر کدام به نوعی قصهای از زندگی ساکنان شهر «رم» را بازمیگوید. «همه کاره و هیچ کاره»، قصه کسی ست، که به گفته دیگران تخصصی ندارد. به دلیل نبود امکانات آموزشی، هر کاری را در حدی که مقدور بوده فراگرفته، تا بتواند روزگار بگذراند. «آلبرتو موراویا» در این داستان، به بررسی همین تخصصگرایی کاذب میپردازد، و این که در شهر «رم» تخصص اساساً چیست؟ و به چه کار میآید؟ ایشان افراد متخصصی را که از نظر نویسنده، یک مشت کلاهبردار حرفهای هستند، با افراد بیتخصص مق ...more
Giovanna
Questi bei racconti di Moravia si sono rivelati,per me che non amo i racconti,una bella sorpresa.E davvero,come le ciliege uno tira l'altro!Tutte storie brevi brevi,narrate in prima persona da personaggi che provengono dal sottoproletariato e dalla piccola borghesia romana,che vivono un po' tutti di espedienti e si arrangiano come possono in modi spesso poco leciti.Ma Moravia ce li descrive,fa in modo che essi ci si presentino,sempre con sincerità,coi loro pregi e i loro difetti,senza esprimere ...more
Jena
Oct 01, 2007 Jena rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Modertn/Italian Lit (or Irony) fans
Stories about Romans (usually the common class in post WWII Italy) Brutally honest and funny, tragic comedies, and clever little scenarios. His character development is so fantastic that I'm beginning to think it's not fiction at all. I've never read a Moravia short story and felt let down. Bizarre tales (and some are a bit morbid or risque for the time) whether it's tale about the guy who was hired to spy on his friend's wife, or the star-crossed lovers who plan to drive over the girl's cruel a ...more
Stuart Ross
Jun 25, 2007 Stuart Ross rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who like short short stories
these stories are all told in the 1st person by the roman working classes. think bukowski without the nameless dread. it has one of my favorite little stories, "the sea". no one writes about the good feelings people get around bodies of water like moravia.
Francesco
dico solo che ho letto questo libro almeno una decina di volte, scoprendo sempre qualcosa di nuovo.
Jorge Héreth
Moravia would never stop exposing us as the human beings we are and should be glad to be.
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Alberto Moravia, born Alberto Pincherle was one of the leading Italian novelists of the twentieth century whose novels explore matters of modern sexuality, social alienation, and existentialism.
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