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Pavese

(Italian paˈveːse)
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(Biography) Cesare (ˈtʃeːzare). 1908–50, Italian writer and translator. His works include collections of poems, such as Verrà la morte e avra i tuoi occhi (1953), short stories, such as the collection Notte di festa (1953), and the novel La Luna e i falò (1950)
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Alli leemos lo que escribieron Ezra Pound, Charles Baudelaire, Charles Bukowsky, Cesare Pavese, Rainer Maria Rilke, Gabriela Mistral, Blanca Luz Pulido y Lichtenberg, entre otros.
He worked as an editor, participating in the establishment of the Einaudi publishing house along with Giulio Einaudi and the two writers Leone Ginzburg and Cesare Pavese.
L'"Osservatorio permanente sugli studi pavesiani nel mondo", fondato nel 2001, su iniziativa del sottoscritto, che, sin dall'inizio, ne e stato coordinatore, con sede nella casa natale di Cesare Pavese a Santo Stefano Belbo (Cuneo), come organismo operante all'interno del CE.
la gran sorpresa de estas dos entregas de sus diarios ha sido descubrir la importancia medular de Cesare Pavese en su juventud.
La "Musa nascosta": mito e letteratura greca nell'opera di Cesare Pavese.
The men behind the poems which led Papadopoulos to create this anthology are Roberto Juarroz, Rene Char, Paul Celan, Octavio Paz, Pablo Neruda, Andreas Ebirikou, Odysseas Elytis, Cesare Pavese, R.
An approximation to the exile of Tomas Segovia through the 'fidelity' of Goethe, Cesare Pavese and Albert Camus
married--John Davidson, Dimitrie Anghel, Vachel Lindsay, Marina Tsvetayeva, Benjamin Fondane, John Berryman; divorced--Sara Teasdale, Anne Sexton, Ion Stratan; separated--Sylvia Plath; single--Thomas Chatterton, Heinrich von Kleist, Gerard de Nerval, Georg Trakl, Hart Crane, Cesare Pavese, Irina Andone, George Vasilievici.
Cesare Pavese and America: Life, Love, and Literature.
This volume examines how authors are viewed after committing suicide, (particularly the concept that the author's life pre-suicide is a work to be read and interpreted) by looking at four authors who have ended their own life in twentieth-century Italy: Amelia Rosselli, Guido Morselli, Cesare Pavese, and Primo Levi.
From a rueful text by Cesare Pavese, he stages a dialogue--visually and philosophically--between Orpheus and Bacca (celebrant of Bacchus), in which the former reveals that his journey to the underworld was not, he now realizes, to retrieve Eurydice but to plumb the mystery of death.
As in her earlier collections, Vollmer pays homage to beloved artists, including the Italian writers Giovanni Pascoli, Giacomo Leopardi, and Cesare Pavese, and the filmmaker Pier Pasolini.