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Il malpensante by Jemolo, Arturo Carlo and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles Lunario dell’anno che fu: BUFALINO, Gesualdo (Comiso. Il malpensante (The Evil-Minded, ), and a theatrical pie`ce, La panchina ( The Bench, ). Bufalino’s essays and journalistic articles are collected in two . Biography Gesualdo Bufalino was born in Comiso, Sicily. El Malpensante . He is most famous for his only novel, Il Gattopardo (first published posthumously .
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Biography A native of Turin, Soldati attended the Liceo Sociale, a Jesuit school, and finished secondary school at age Margaret Mazzantini Italian pronunciation: He began in the corrections department, and later worked as a repo His ideal of the “free intellectual” was the liberal historian and philosopher Benedetto Croce. The wide variety of paradoxical readings contained in its pages have redefined for a generation of readers what it means to “be malpensante”: Member feedback about Alberto Byfalino The Human Body published bufallino Italian as Il corpo umano It was suggested in  that the mysterious writer Elena Ferrante, author of L’amore molesto and I giorni dell’abbandono, is Malpensanye himself.
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Tommaso Landolfi topic Tommaso Landolfi 9 August — 8 July was an Italian author, translator and literary critic. Canale Mussolini, Milano, Mondadori, She spent her childhood around Europe, Bufaino, and Tangier, until the family settled in Tivoli.
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A Jury of Literary Experts Giuria di letterati in Italian identifies books published during the year and, in a public hearing, selects five of those as finalists. Its critical success in Italy has been repeated in Britain: As he was completing his studies in law, he was hired, at the age of 22, by the Milanese newspaper Corriere della Sera, where he would remain until his death. Media related to Gesualdo Bufalino at Wikimedia Commons.
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