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Argos el ciego

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El narrador, asediado por el invierno en un hotel de Roma, evoca, para curarse de sus accesos de angustia, antiguas aventuras en el corazón del Sur, en tiempos de su juventud. Un soberbio diario-novela que puede leerse como balada de las damas de antaño o como de un viaje que vanamente se obstina a promover en leyenda su pobre «vita nuova» .
Paperback, 187 pages
Published April 28th 2002 by Anagrama (first published 1989)
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Giovanna
Oct 22, 2012 Giovanna rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: A chi ama la virtuosa scrittura
Shelves: italia
Come sempre di Bufalino mi intriga la maestria nello scegliere e soppesare le parole,l'audacia nel disporle in frasi che sembrano prendere il volo per quanto adornate di inusuali svolazzi.
Meno intrigante stavolta il soggetto che,come lo stesso autore dichiara e ammette,è subordinato all'esercizio della scrittura.
In ogni caso Bufalino rimane sapiente maestro nell'arte dello scrivere.
Artemisia
Jan 22, 2012 Artemisia rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
(Avete fatto caso come nella distanza ogni parola si disincarna e confonde coi più diversi rumori? Il brusìo delle fontanelle, le tranquille opre dei servi, un po' di vento fra le case...)
Arne
Nov 07, 2007 Arne rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Could've been the translation...that took away from this or made it seem flat to me.
Frahorus
Che dire... Bufalino scrive da Dio, e ho detto tutto!
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Gesualdo Bufalino (Comiso, Italy, November 15, 1920 - June 14, 1996), was an Italian writer. Born in Comiso (Sicily), he studied literature and was, for most of his life a high-school professor in his hometown. The time spent in an hospital for tuberculosis immediately after World War II provided the material for the novel Diceria dell'untore (The Plague Sower), that, begun in 1950, would be publi ...more
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