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Pavese

Cesare . 1908--50, Italian writer and translator. His works include collections of poems, such as Verrà la morte e avra i tuoi occhi (1953), short stories, such as the collection Notte di festa (1953), and the novel La Luna e i falò (1950)
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Fabio Girelli Carasi segnala l'influenza che Pavese ha avuto sulla cultura popolare italiana (e in particolare sui cantautori) dagli anni '60 in poi.
These are of composers or other leading figures in the Italian cultural world with whom Mila was in contact: for example, there are photos of composers Ferruccio Busoni, the previously-mentioned Casella, Dallapiccola, Petrassi, and Maderna, as well as those of Verdi and also of the artist Renato Guttuso and the writer Pavese.
L'opera di Pavese e stata, dunque, inserita nel suo contesto territoriale di riferimento e, nel contempo, e stata analizzata in relazione alia letteratura nazionale e internazionale.
Other sponsors include First Florida Integrity Bank and Pavese Law Firm.
Still, his provides a valuable review of lesser-known feature-length and short films about Pavese's life or works, such as Andrea Frezza's Terra rossa terra nera (Viaggio nelle Langhe di Pavese), Giuseppe Taffarel's Il confino di Pavese, Jean-Marie Straub's Ginocchio di Artemide and, especially, Dalla nube alla Resistenza by Straub and Daniele Huillet.
Pavese (1968:57) claims that one could argue, like Ostwald and Wilamowitz (1920:96), that [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is transitive and takes the same object as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Their titles are, in fact, the names of their former owners or locations: Pasqualina, Oltrepo Pavese, Filo Mornasco, Sig.
An approximation to the exile of Tomas Segovia through the 'fidelity' of Goethe, Cesare Pavese and Albert Camus
married--John Davidson, Dimitrie Anghel, Vachel Lindsay, Marina Tsvetayeva, Benjamin Fondane, John Berryman; divorced--Sara Teasdale, Anne Sexton, Ion Stratan; separated--Sylvia Plath; single--Thomas Chatterton, Heinrich von Kleist, Gerard de Nerval, Georg Trakl, Hart Crane, Cesare Pavese, Irina Andone, George Vasilievici.
Cesare Pavese and America: Life, Love, and Literature.
This volume examines how authors are viewed after committing suicide, (particularly the concept that the author's life pre-suicide is a work to be read and interpreted) by looking at four authors who have ended their own life in twentieth-century Italy: Amelia Rosselli, Guido Morselli, Cesare Pavese, and Primo Levi.