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Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - David - Goodreads

Like most Calvino I've seen, this is a curious work. It seems so dreamlike, so wandering, so fabulous. Calvino is gentle with his readers, though. The voice in the writing makes these places seem ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Jossue Vega Bazan - Goodreads

Fantastic read. Calvino demonstrates true mastery with words in this somewhat historical/fiction novel. His descriptions of these cities is very detailed and his explanation for what they represent is equally as impressive. Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Rhys - Goodreads

This is the second time I've read this profound masterpiece and I appreciated it even more than I did before. In some ways it's one of Calvino's more 'difficult' books. There's no conventional ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

Descriptions of cities, but more atmospheric or conceptual than real. It's Calvino, so it's clever and odd. Also, Kublai Khan and Marco Polo are in a dialogue about these travels every five to ten ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Tejas Ghetia - Goodreads

give a push to your imagination... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Grace - Goodreads

Read this for a 2-D design class. What a way to change perspective/ angle/ one's aspect of viewing cities! Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Colin Davis - Goodreads

I liked this book. A series of short vignettes of Marco Polo describing cities to Kublai Khan, all full of metaphors and stuff. Nothing mindblowing, but definitely worth a read. Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Saahil Ognawala - Goodreads

Two of those stars are solely for the sparsely and sweetly spaced conversations between the Great Khan and Marco Polo. What a blindingly beautiful mind Calvino must have been! Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

I did enjoy Calvino's masterful way with words once again, but I still like If on a Winter's Night a Traveler better. Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Ellen - Goodreads

If it weren't Jack Ochs and Bruce Katz' favorite book, i would have never made my way to the end. Three weeks - 165 pages...But i am glad it did. Read full review


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