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The 20th century displaying the full breadth of his vision and wit  Written between 1943 and 1984 and masterfully translated by Tim Parks the fictions in N. Short stories are interesting when considered as a medium of their own What I mean by this is some authors and fiction writers are better at certain types of fiction Not necessarily better at certain types of fiction when compared to other writers but better in comparison to their own works of different types For instance Nabokov is a master of the novel perhaps the best in terms of structure and one of the best in terms of raw prose but all of his short stories are terrible There is one about an angel I think it s like something I would write On the other hand Haruki Murakami excels at the two or three page story something most other authors do tritely and sardonicallyCalvino is an author who is a master of both the long and short forms Each of these stories is excellent as are his novels This is extremely rare in an author I think this collection is my second favorite work of his after If On A Winter s Night which is a masterpiece of its own

Summary Prima che tu dica «Pronto»

Umbers in the Dark display all of Calvino's dazzling gifts whimsy and horror exuberance of style and a cheerful grasp of the absurdities of the human conditi. While I really love Calvino s novels I think he is at his best when writing short stories Conscience is a particular favorite

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For the first time in paperback a volume of thirty seven diabolically inventive stories fables and impossible interviews from one of the great fantasists of. These gather 37 previously uncollected Calvinos from early fables and realist social commentaries to later oulipan narrative games stylistically masterful if frivolous riffs on a theme composed as commissions one from a Japanese whisky company late additions to the Cosmicomics series a Henry Ford teleplay condensing the contradictions of his philosophy and the era he ushered in etc Favorites fell in the later phases high concept phenomenological explorations like The Mirror The Taeget and the Memoirs of Cassanova will stick with me like all the best Calvino


About the Author: Italo Calvino

Italo Calvino was born in Cuba and grew up in Italy He was a journalist and writer of short stories and novels His best known works include the Our Ancestors trilogy 1952 1959 the Cosmicomics collection of short stories 1965 and the novels Invisible Cities 1972 and If On a Winter's Night a Traveler 1979His style is not easy to classify; much of his writing has an air reminiscent to th



10 thoughts on “Prima che tu dica «Pronto»

  1. says:

    If you're looking to read some Calvino for the first time do not buy this book May I instead highly recommend the magnificent The Complete Cosmicomics it will not disappoint'Numbers in the Dark' an interesting and creative collection of short stories Not all of them are good this coming from a hardcore Calvino fan but arguably the collection is the interesting for it His earlier stories are either delightfully simple ye

  2. says:

    These gather 37 previously uncollected Calvinos from early fables and realist social commentaries to later oulipan narrative games stylistically masterful if frivolous riffs on a theme composed as commissions one from a Japanese whisky company? late additions to the Cosmicomics series a Henry Ford teleplay condensing the contradic

  3. says:

    Certainly one of the best short story collections I have ever read It covers the entire span of Calvino's writing career and his early charming

  4. says:

    Hit or miss collection of shorts An amusing seuence of interviews with various persons Montezuma a thoughtful troglodyte Henry Ford Casanova Some repeats otherwise with other volumesVery effective in some items such as The Burning of the Abo

  5. says:

    I agree with other reviewers that it shouldn't be the first Calvino book you read but readers who are already Calvino fans will find plenty of gems in this collection There are 37 widely varied stories vignettes fables imag

  6. says:

    Short stories are interesting when considered as a medium of their own What I mean by this is some authors and fiction writers are better at certain types of fiction Not necessarily better at certain types of fiction when compared to other writers but better in comparison to their own works of different types For instance

  7. says:

    Exuisite This is a lovely book of short stories from Mr C They cover his career from teenage years onwards What I like ab

  8. says:

    While I really love Calvino's novels I think he is at his best when writing short stories Conscience is a particular favori

  9. says:

    Spoiler This review will not match up with the ratingSelf Disclosure Italo Calvino is one of my favorite writers

  10. says:

    And Ida is one of those girls who run into you and immediately start telling you their life stories and what they think about things even though they hardly know you girls with no secrets except for things that are secrets to them too; and e

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