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Si può dire che Pirandello sia fra gli scrittori più celebrati, ma meno compresi. Ammiratori e detrattori, quando parlano di lui, tendono irresistibilmente a lanciarsi in disquisizioni generiche e astratte. Leonardo Sciascia, che conosce Pirandello nelle vene, ha scelto la via opposta: ha cercato i particolari rivelatori, nella vita, nell’opera, nella fortuna letteraria, ...more
Paperback, Piccola Biblioteca #235, 92 pages
Published September 1st 1989 by Adelphi (first published 1986)
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Leonardo Sciascia wrote of his unique Sicilian experience, linking families with political parties, the treachery of alliances and allegiances and the calling of favours that resort in outcomes that are not for the benefit of society, but of those individuals who are in favour.
Sciascia perhaps, in the end, wanted to prove that the corruption that was and is endemic in Italian society helps only t
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