The late Mattia Pascal

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Doubleday, 1964 - Librarians - 252 pages
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User Review  - Yuri Toledo - Goodreads

The Late Mattia Pascal is a 1904 book by the novelist Luigi Pirandello. Luigi Pirandello makes Mattia Pascal live out this fantasy. Mattia Pascal's life is dull, boring and insufferable. Unable to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jim - Goodreads

Right in the first few pages the author tells us this is the story of a man who “died twice." Our hero, or anti-hero, is going nowhere in late 1800's Italy. He earns a pittance as the librarian in ... Read full review

Contents

Second Foreword Philosophical By Way of Being an Apology l
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in The House and the Mole
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This Is How It Started
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