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 (kăl-vē′nō, käl-), Italo 1923-1985.
Italian writer of allegorical tales, such as The Nonexistent Knight (1951), and science fiction, including Cosmicomics (1965).

Calvino

(kælˈviːnəʊ)
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(Biography) Italo. 1923–85, Italian novelist and short-story writer. His works include Our Ancestors (1960) and Invisible Cities (1972)
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Noun1.Calvino - Italian writer of novels and short stories (born in Cuba) (1923-1987)
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Other names include, Spanish Economy Minister, Nadia Calvino, Portuguese Finance Minister Mario Centeno, who is currently head of the Eurogroup, and also the former EU commission vice president, Kristalina Georgieva from Bulgaria.
The country's acting Economy Minister Nadia Calvino told news radio network Cadena Ser that the government's "intention is to put (the tax) back on the table as soon as there is a government".
"For Spain, and I think for all EU countries, the priority is that the director general will continue to be a European," said Spanish finance minister Nadia Calvino.
On the plane, I indulge in Italo Calvino's 'Invisible Cities', from which the main title of this article is quoted.
Inspired by the experiments of the Paris-based writing group known as the Oulipo -- whose members included Raymond Queneau, Italo Calvino, and Marcel Duchamp -- Ording explores new ways to examine the aesthetic possibilities of mathematical activity.
Mettiamo a confronto il racconto di Celestini con altri due testi che occupano posizioni tra loro diverse rispetto alle fonti orali da cui piu o meno direttamente discendono: "Giovannin senza paura" di Italo Calvino (1993) e "Giovannino insenza paura" di Gherardo Nerucci (1880).
Their topics include from codex to codecs, infrathin platforms: print on demand as auto-factography, doing things with literature in a digital age: Italo Calvino's If on a Winter's Night a Traveler and the material turn in literary studies, the demediation of writing in Memory Palace and Fugitive Sparrows, and revisiting the book-as-world: world-making and book materiality in Only Revolution and The Atlas.
Italo Calvino presents a catalogue of places, a cartography of fifty-five invisible cities, constructing a symbolic imaginarium of utopian paradigms described by Marco Polo to Kublai Khan, the Emperor of the Tartars and all these descriptions are intertwined by eighteen dialogues between both.
Abstract: This article problematizes Calvino's broad characterization of the "Italian" fiaba, as well as his claim that the collection provides examples of original, regional folktales.
Introduzione: La decapitazione dei capi e il binomio sacrificio-potere La vicenda letteraria di Calvino e scandita da una pronunciata mobilita, da un perpetuo movimento.