Italo Calvino

Italo Calvino (15 October 1923 – 19 September 1985) was an Italian journalist and writer of short stories and novels.
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Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino
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Invisible Cities (Harvest/HBJ Book) by Italo Calvino
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The Uses of Literature: Essays by Italo Calvino
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If on a Winter's Night a Traveller by Italo Calvino
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Six Memos for the Next Millennium by Italo Calvino
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The Watcher and Other Stories by Italo Calvino
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A triptych of novels in one volume with an introduction by the author. The novels acknowledge debts to a multiplicity of sources, from the troubadours to Voltaire, from the Sicilian puppet theatre to the stories of R.L. Stevenson, and can be interpreted as allegories in an infinity of modes.  read more
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Time and the Hunter by Italo Calvino
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In this book, each second is an age, every cell a universe. Through a series of stories, the author illustrates the paradoxes of space and time. Estranged lovers forever travelling parallel highways, the hunter and lion trapped at each others throats and victims linked in mutual pursuit.  read more
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Six Memos for the Next Millennium (Vintage classics) by Italo Calvino
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A series of lectures which Italo Calvino wrote in the final year of his life. Drawing on the works of Lucretius, Ovid, Boccaccio, Flaubert, Kundera, Perec and many more, he pinpoints the universal laws and literary values: lightness, quickness, exactitude, visibility and multiplicity.  read more
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