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Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Dan Gorman - Goodreads

This is a puzzle of a book, but well worth a close reading. Calvino imagines a dialogue between Marco Polo and Kublai Khan, who has tasked Polo with traveling through his empire and reporting back on ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Burak Dindaroğlu - Goodreads

Marco Polo describes a bridge, stone by stone. "But which is the stone that supports the bridge?" Kublai Khan asks. "The bridge is not supported by one stone or another," Marco answers, "but by the ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Matt Tomic - Goodreads

Calvino sits on my personal shelf of all-time greats. This novel is no exception. Remarkable, dense, elusive, recursive, transparent—the depths of humanity are bound within the pages of these invisible cities. Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Derek Lubangakene - Goodreads

"... The inferno of the living is not something that will be; if there's one, it is what is already here, the inferno where we live eevery day, that we form by being together. There are two ways to ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Marian - Goodreads

The most beautiful book. I loved it. Read full review

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User Review  - Sylvia Gindick - Goodreads

Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino is an ethereal exploration of physical structures and the “invisible” concepts that both create and are created by them. Calvino challenges readers to imagine minute ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - John Tessitore - Goodreads

Sometimes I worry that I will never read another book that will change me. I've read many important books--books that explain why the world is what it is, books that have made the world what it is ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Goodreads

This is a puzzle of a book, but well worth a close reading. Calvino imagines a dialogue between Marco Polo and Kublai Khan, who has tasked Polo with traveling through his empire and reporting back on ... Read full review

Review: Invisible Cities

User Review  - Daphne - Goodreads

At first, you try so hard to follow the story. You fail, and then realize it doesn't matter because the language is so perfect, the prose flows so well, and the images conjured by the text stands ... Read full review


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