The late Mattia Pascal

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Doubleday, 1964 - Librarians - 252 pages
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User Review  - Miguelnunonave - LibraryThing

A great book about an absurd life, an absurd death and a forged identity. A deep reflection on life through the most comic of stories. A perfect character construction. One of the masterpieces in Italian literature. Read full review

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Have you ever thought about going to a place where nobody knows you and starting a new life as an entirely new person? Luigi Pirandello makes Mattia Pascal live out this fantasy. Great misery has ... Read full review

Contents

Second Foreword Philosophical By Way of Being an Apology l
ii
in The House and the Mole
5
This Is How It Started
15
Copyright

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