|Product code||NC940-CD audio|
|Category||Narrativa italiana classica|
|Brand||il Narratore audiolibri|
The writings of Italo Svevo(1861-1928) are close to the Pirandellian spirit and his major novels ("Una Vita", "Senilità ", "La Coscienza di Zeno") have an autobiographical background. They are an attempt to reach the innermost recesses of the mind through psychological analysis rather than straightforward narrative. The typical Svevian character is a loser, a man incapable of living, except on a mental level, because of the constant introspection which paralyses his will to act while leaving him fully aware of his sickness and defeat. We present an audio narrative of two of his greatest short stories.
|Read by:||Stefania Pimazzoni e Moro Silo|
|Copyright audio:||il Narratore audiolibri|
|Type support:||1 CD audio|
Registered users can share their experience with this product. Register to access all of the benefits reserved to registered users or click on login if you are already registered.