Un racconto vero-verissimo

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

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 […]

César Vallejo: El vencedor (cuento)

CÉSAR VALLEJO – Un incidente de manos en el recreo llevó a dos niños a romperse los dientes a la salida de la escuela. A la puerta del plantel se hizo un tumulto. Gran número […]

Koizumi Yakumo / Lafcadio Hearn: Horai

KOIZUMI YAKUMO / LAFCADIO HEARN – Blue vision of depth lost in height,—sea and sky interblending through luminous haze. The day is of spring, and the hour morning. Only sky and sea,—one azure enormity… In the […]

James Joyce: After the Race

JAMES JOYCE – The cars came scudding in towards Dublin, running evenly like pellets in the groove of the Naas Road. At the crest of the hill at Inchicore sightseers had gathered in clumps to […]

Un filosofo da scoprire: Georges Palante

Tsanoff: Palante, pessimism and individualism

RADOSLAV TSANOFF — The object of this little book – Pessimisme et individualisme. Par Georges Palante (Paris, Félix Alcan, 1914) – is to trace a parallel between pessimism and individualism, to show that both arise from —> Prosegui lettura >>