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Book Title: De dood zal komen en jouw ogen hebben|
The author of the book: Cesare Pavese
ISBN 13: 9789023410249
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Edition: De Bezige Bij
Date of issue: 2003
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Naslov je prvo što me je privuklo zbirci pesama, ime tj. prezime mi bi poznato pa reših da istu "ponesem kući". Kako ovih dana više otaljavam no što pažljivo i koncentrisano čitam, sedeći zagledana u police, zapitah se šta mi je činiti.. Zgrabih Pavezea i mogu reći da je ovo bila avantura o primalnom i mitskom koji kroz nagone žive u čoveku. Drugi deo zbirke tj. pesme pisane u pohvalu Konstanci Dauling su stilski u punom sjaju i oslikavaju sav Pavezeov talenat. Da sam znala šta kupujem ne mogu reći, ali drago mi je da sam se prepustila instinktu. Sam Paveze mi je dokazao da mi fali poezije.
Sad mogu da se vratim onom što sam poslednjih nedelja vukla za sobom kao kamen. :)
P.S. Srećan nam svima svetski dan poezije!
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Read information about the authorPavese was born in a small town in which his father, an official, owned property. He attended school and later, university, in Turin. Denied an outlet for his creative powers by Fascist control of literature, Pavese translated many 20th-century U.S. writers in the 1930s and '40s: Sherwood Anderson, Gertrude Stein, John Steinbeck, John Dos Passos, Ernest Hemingway, and William Faulkner; a 19th-century writer who influenced him profoundly, Herman Melville (one of his first translations was of Moby Dick); and the Irish novelist James Joyce. He also published criticism, posthumously collected in La letteratura americana e altri saggi (1951; American Literature, Essays and Opinions, 1970). His work probably did more to foster the reading and appreciation of U.S. writers in Italy than that of any other single man.
A founder and, until his death, an editor of the publishing house of Einaudi, Pavese also edited the anti-Fascist review La Cultura. His work led to his arrest and imprisonment by the government in 1935, an experience later recalled in “Il carcere” (published in Prima che il gallo canti, 1949; in The Political Prisoner, 1955) and the novella Il compagno (1947; The Comrade, 1959). His first volume of lyric poetry, Lavorare stanca (1936; Hard Labour, 1976), followed his release from prison. An initial novella, Paesi tuoi (1941; The Harvesters, 1961), recalled, as many of his works do, the sacred places of childhood. Between 1943 and 1945 he lived with partisans of the anti-Fascist Resistance in the hills of Piedmont.
The bulk of Pavese's work, mostly short stories and novellas, appeared between the end of the war and his death. Partly through the influence of Melville, Pavese became preoccupied with myth, symbol, and archetype. One of his most striking books is Dialoghi con Leucò (1947; Dialogues with Leucò, 1965), poetically written conversations about the human condition. The novel considered his best, La luna e i falò (1950; The Moon and the Bonfires, 1950), is a bleak, yet compassionate story of a hero who tries to find himself by visiting the place in which he grew up. Several other works are notable, especially La bella estate (1949; in The Political Prisoner, 1955). Shortly after receiving the Strega Prize for it, Pavese committed suicide in his hotel room by taking an overdose of pills.
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