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Accoppiamenti giudiziosi

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Ha scritto Gianfranco Contini, uno dei massimi critici del Novecento: «Almeno l'Adalgisa, le Novelle o Accoppiamenti e il Pasticciaccio appartengono al canone delle letture indispensabili per un italiano aggiornato all'arte del suo tempo». Che Accoppiamenti giudiziosi figuri in questo canone, a scapito persino della Cognizione del dolore, non stupisce: i diciannove, temera ...more
Paperback, 342 pages
Published by Garzanti (first published 1963)
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Carlo
Feb 04, 2015 Carlo rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I diciannove racconti di questa raccolta hanno provenienza e periodo di stesura assai eterogenei, ma testimoniano la vitalità della scrittura di Gadda, tutta attraversata da uno spiccato gusto per la deviazione imprevista e dalla predilezione per il suono della parola scritta (mi si perdoni l’ossimoro) grazie a una lingua continuamente ricreata e ricca di elementi eterogenei che vanno dal dialetto, milanese ma non solo, ai linguaggi tecnici. Insomma, tutto un giro di frase per dire che questi sc ...more
Chiara (Catullina)
Oct 21, 2015 Chiara (Catullina) rated it it was ok
INCUBO. Ma è da leggere per l'esame.
In realtà certi racconti non sono male, sono molto ironici. Però,ecco...per scelta libera non lo leggerei mai.

Nota del 8/07/2010: Finito, non mi par vero. Per apprezzarli bisogna prima leggere l'analisi critica di ogni singolo racconto. Altrimenti paiono parole sconnesse senza alcuna finalità.
Marc
Nov 24, 2015 Marc rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Vijftal verhaaltjes, waarbij alleen De Brand in de Keplerstraat er uit steekt, maar dat is dan ook echt hilarisch. De stijl is typisch expressionistisch, geheel eigen aan het interbellum. Geregeld geraakt Gadda de controle over zijn exuberante taalgebruik kwijt.
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Uno spaccato d'altri tempi uno specchio immutabile deell'animo umano
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Carlo Emilio Gadda was an Italian writer and poet. He belongs to the tradition of the language innovators, writers that played with the somewhat stiff standard pre-war Italian language, and added elements of dialects, technical jargon and wordplay.
Gadda was a practising engineer from Milan, and he both loved and hated his job. Critics have compared him to other writers with a scientific background
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