One author who sought to provide a counter image and strip fascist Rome of her myths was Carlo Emilio Gadda.
Quarant'anni d'amicizia: scritti su Carlo Emilio Gadda (19341988).
Giraffes in the garden of Italian literature; modernist embodiment in Italo Svevo, Federigo Tozzi and Carlo Emilio Gadda
Nel 1950, Carlo Emilio Gadda
scriveva parole di critica al neorealismo che conviene considerare.
Includes Giovanni Arpino, Giuseppe Bonaviri, Vitaliano Brancati, Gesualdo Bufalino, Dino Buzzati, Italo Calvino, Carlo Cassola, Umberto Eco, Beppe Fenoglio, Carlo Emilio Gadda, Natalia Ginzburg, Raffaele La Capria, Tommaso Landolfi, Luigi Malerba, Alberto Moravia, Anna Maria Ortese, Goffredo Parise, Giuseppe Pontiggia, Vasco Pratolini, Francesca Sanvitale, Leonardo Sciascia, Carlo Sgorlon, Mario Soldati, Antonio Tabucchi, Mario Tobino, and Elio Vittorini.
Includes Ignazio Silone, Giorgio Bassani, Alberto Moravia, Elsa Morante, Natalia Ginzburg, Carlo Levi, and Carlo Emilio Gadda.
The initial thought behind this ambitious and broadly-based study of the pre-war novels of Celine (Voyage au bout de la nuit, Mort a credit), the diaries, essays, and fiction of Carlo Emilio Gadda
, and the early English-language fiction of Samuel Beckett (up to and including Murphy) is primarily, its author explains, a polemical one.
Cain's depiction of the casual brutality of everyday American life took on its own political overtones) or the remarkable novel by Carlo Emilio Gadda
known in English as That Awful Mess on Via Merulana, a crime novel in a quasi-Joycean key, set amid the banality of Fascist Rome.
Nelle nostre lettere i due grandi anticipatori delle preoccupazioni metanarrative e metalinguistiche del secondo Novecento sono Tommaso Landolfi e Carlo Emilio Gadda
High-brow fiction is the topic of Robert Dombroski who, in his "The Foundations of Italian Modernism," describes the responses to modernization in works by Luigi Pirandello, Italo Svevo, and Carlo Emilio Gadda
Then there are such stellar figures of the Italian book market as Gian Dauli, Tammaro De Marinis, Mario Armanni, together with the owners of Italy's most prestigious publishing firms (Mondadori, Bompiani, and Feltrinelli, among others), besides the eccentric masters of the hand-operated press (the likes of Giovanni Mardersteig and Piero Nebiolo), not to mention the prominent intellectuals (Giancarlo Contini, Carlo Emilio Gadda
, Natalia Ginzburg, Carlo Levi, Eugenio Montale, and so on).
nonche di saggi critici su vari autori, in particolare novecenteschi, come ad esempio Carlo Emilio Gadda