Name and Tears and Other Stories: Forty Years of Italian Fiction
Graywolf Press, 1990 - Fiction - 231 pages
This anthology gives a sweeping view of the landscape of Italian fiction today, and, like the landscape itself, will spellbind, soothe, and astonish. Over 30 short stories by such authors as Umberto Eco and Alberto Moravia are included in this volume.
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Carlo Emilio Gadda The Thieving Magpie I
Raffaele La Capria This Has Nothing to Do with Me I
Tommaso Landolfi Words in Commotion I
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