Italian Literature

Italian literature is literature written in the Italian language, particularly within Italy. It may also refer to literature written by Italians or in Italy in other languages spoken in Italy, often languages that are closely related to modern Italian.

The Venice Sketchbook
Whereabouts
The Secret Messenger
The Lying Life of Adults
Transient Desires (Commissario Brunetti #30)
The Phone Booth at the Edge of the World
Due vite
Helgoland: The World of Quantum Theory
Stai zitta
L'acqua del lago non è mai dolce
The Invitation
Le otto montagne
L'Arminuta
The Children's Train
Trace Elements (Commissario Guido Brunetti #29)
The Name of the Rose
If on a Winter's Night a Traveler
My Brilliant Friend (The Neapolitan Novels #1)
Invisible Cities
The Prince
The Divine Comedy
The Story of a New Name (The Neapolitan Novels #2)
Inferno
The Leopard
Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay (The Neapolitan Novels #3)
The Decameron
The Story of the Lost Child (The Neapolitan Novels #4)
The Baron in the Trees
L'amica geniale by Elena FerranteStoria del nuovo cognome by Elena FerranteCosì parlò Bellavista. Napoli, amore e libertà by Luciano De CrescenzoStoria di chi fugge e di chi resta by Elena FerranteStoria della bambina perduta by Elena Ferrante
Romanzi ambientati a Napoli
61 books — 23 voters
La signora delle camelie by Alexandre Dumas filsUna stanza tutta per sé by Virginia WoolfLady Susan by Jane AustenIl ritratto di Dorian Gray by Oscar WildeR.I.P. Requiescat In Pace by Eilan Moon
Libri dalla copertina viola e rosa
279 books — 69 voters

Return To Glow by Chandi WyantLiving In Italy by Stef SmuldersThe Merchant of Venice by William ShakespeareI, Claudius by Robert GravesThe Leopard by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa
Best books about Italy
212 books — 88 voters
Ascolta il mio cuore by Bianca PitzornoPolissena del Porcello by Bianca PitzornoLa bambinaia francese by Bianca PitzornoDiana, Cupìdo e il Commendatore by Bianca PitzornoOlympos by Teresa Buongiorno
Best YA&MG Books by Italian Authors
68 books — 26 voters



Primo Levi
Тук, в лечебницата на лагера, времето бе наше: местехме се от нар в нар, правехме си посещения и говорехме, говорехме... Дървената барака, наблъскана със страдащо човечество, беше изпълнена с думи, със спомени и с една мъка, която на немски се нарича Heimweh, хубава дума, която означава "мъка по дома". Знаехме откъде идваме - спомените за външния свят населяваха нашите сънища и нашите бдения; установявахме с изненада, че нищо не сме забравили и всеки извикан спомен изниква пред нас с болезнена я ...more
Primo Levi, If This Is a Man • The Truce

Alessandro D'Avenia
C'è un vedere che è credere, perchè è sperare, ma sperare richiede di essere disposti a servire la vita che si è intuita nell'altro. ...more
Alessandro D'Avenia, L'arte di essere fragili: Come Leopardi può salvarti la vita

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