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La vita assassina

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Jacques Verdier, il protagonista di questo romanzo, è un antieroe del male. Dopo un secolo di figure luciferine, che cercavano testardamente il male, Vallotton ha creato un personaggio che è accompagnato dal male come da un’ombra, o un aroma, ma certamente non lo vuole. Anzi, Verdier in generale vuole poco. È un giovane di provincia calato a Parigi, che si scopre quasi per ...more
Paperback, Biblioteca Adelphi #178, 227 pages
Published January 1st 1987 by Adelphi (first published 1930)
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Swiss painter of portraits, nudes, interiors and landscapes, wood-engraver, lithographer, sculptor and writer. Born in Lausanne. Went to Paris in 1882 and studied at the Académie Julian under J. Lefebvre. Repaired and copied Old Master paintings; admired Holbein, Poussin and Ingres. Concentrated mainly on wood-engraving 1891-7, primarily portraits and scenes from everyday life treated with ...more
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