Un racconto vero-verissimo

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Speciale: Omaggio a Vicente Huidobro – effe

Short Stories: l’arte del racconto e le sue lingue

Anton Chekhov: Such is Fame!

ANTON CHEKHOV – The passenger of the first class, who had just finished dinner, in the railway station, was a trifle drowsy; he lay down upon the velvet sofa, stretched himself out with a grunt […]

Lucretia P. Hale: A place for Oscar

LUCRETIA P. HALE — “I don’t like tiresome fables,” said Jack, throwing down an old book in which he had been trying to read; “it is so ridiculous making the beasts talk. Of course they […]

Mary Shelley: The Mortal Immortal

MARY SHELLEY – July 16, 1833. This is a memorable anniversary for me; on it I complete my three hundred and twenty-third year! The Wandering Jew? – certainly not. More than eighteen centuries have passed […]

Giovanni Verga / Lawrence: Liberty

GIOVANNI VERGA / (Lawrence) – They unfurled a red-white-and-green handkerchief from the church-tower, they rang the bells in a frenzy, and they began to shout in the village square, “Hurray for liberty!” Like the sea in […]

Giovanni Verga: Rojo Malpelo

GIOVANNI VERGA – “Malpelo” se llamaba así porque tenía el pelo rojo, y tenía el pelo rojo porque era un chicuelo granujilla y malo que prometía ser un perfecto bribón. De suerte que todos en […]

Un filosofo da scoprire: Georges Palante

Georges Palante: Il filisteismo e lo snobismo filosofico

GEORGES PALANTE — Il filisteismo filosofico occupa un vasto dipartimento del filisteismo della cultura. I confini ne sono mal determinati. La stessa prodigalità con la quale i filosofi usano questo vocabolo non smette di essere sconcertante. —> Prosegui lettura >>