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Svevo

(Italian ˈsvevo)
n
(Biography) Italo (iˈtalo), original name Ettore Schnitz. 1861–1928, Italian novelist and short-story writer, best known for the novel Confessions of Zeno (1923)
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Despite their differences, however, these approaches have also tended to result in similar alignments or groupings of modernist figures, distinguishing between the political avant-gardes like the Futurists and the seminal Italian modernists of introspection, Italo Svevo and Luigi Pirandello.
Simon describes the promotional activities of James Long in Raj Calcutta, the modernist channels opened into Italian culture by Italo Svevo, bilingual and Yiddish artistic interstices in wartime Montreal, and the political valences of the double in contemporary Catalan fiction.
Giraffes in the garden of Italian literature; modernist embodiment in Italo Svevo, Federigo Tozzi and Carlo Emilio Gadda.
Written by Italo Svevo (ne Ettore Schmitz)the son of a German Jewish merchant and an Italian Jewish mother, and most notably James Joyce's consultant for the character Leopold BloomZeno's Conscience probes the depths of psychoanalysis, its alternating therapeutic and frustrating pursuits, and one man's search for happiness.
Or how can a reader see and feel that Italo Svevo's As a Man Grows Older is speaking of and for him unless he has experienced, or is experiencing, the process of aging?