Un racconto vero-verissimo

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Speciale: Omaggio a Vicente Huidobro – effe

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

Giovanni Verga / Lawrence: Malaria

GIOVANNI VERGA / (Lawrence) – And you feel you could touch it with your hand—as if it smoked up from the fat earth, there, everywhere, round about the mountains that shut it in, from Agnone to […]

Olive Schreiner: A Dream of Wild Bees

OLIVE SCHREINER – A mother sat alone at an open window. Through it came the voices of the children as they played under the acacia-trees, and the breath of the hot afternoon air. In and […]

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 […]

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 […]

Un filosofo da scoprire: Georges Palante

Palante, Paulhan e la morale dell’ironia

GEORGES PALANTE — La morale dell’ironia! Questo titolo paradossale e un po’ enigmatico attira l’occhio dell’amatore di pensieri sottili. È quasi un titolo decadente, perché solo un’epoca di riflessioni raffinate e disilluse può suggerirli. Ho fretta —> Prosegui lettura >>