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Silone

Ignazio . 1900--78, Italian writer, noted for his humanitarian socialistic novels, Fontamara (1933) and Bread and Wine (1937)
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Los autores de aquella serie de relatos contra la doctrina marxista, publicados en la revista Der Monat, fueron: Ignazio Silone, Andre Gide, Arthur Koestler -los tres fueron hombres de Munzenberg-, Richard Wright, Louis Fischer y Stephen Spender.
7) Si rimanda almeno agli studi profondi di Luce d'Eramo, in particolare a L 'opera di Ignazio Silone.
Its particular achievement consists of its new readings of the modes of representation of the nation through its rural narratives: the novels of peasant crisis produced from the 1930s to the 1950s by Ignazio Silone, Carlo Levi, Francesco Jovine, and Cesare Pavese.
Ignazio Silone in exile; writing and antifascism in Switzerland, 1929-1944.
But between Hilaire Belloc and John Ruskin, Ignazio Silone, Eugenio Corti, and now Henryk Sienkiewicz--not to mention all the lives I've read of various saints and popes--I expect to feel that same thrill of deeper recognition when I finally visit Rome for the first time.
Ignazio Silone cuenta que una vez dijo jocosamente a Togliatti, el lider comunista italiano: "La lucha final sera entre los comunistas y los ex comunistas".
These are among the questions presented by il caso Silone, the case of one of Italy's most celebrated twentieth-century writers, which Elizabeth Leake examines in The Reinvention of Ignazio Silone.
Una postilla inizale al titolo di questo libro: titolo che vuol essere un invito a riesaminare la produzione narrativa di Ignazio Silone secondo i parametri di lettura coniati dallo stesso scrittore ed anche secondo l'immagine che di lui hanno affrescato critici, amici, e detrattori.
Wright Mills, Ignazio Silone, Meyer Schapiro, Czeslaw Milosz, Hannah Arendt, Dwight Macdonald, Gabriel Kolko and Dan Wakefield did superb work for Dissent in the 1950s.
But Bontshe wasn't called Bontshe, he was called San Giuseppe da Cupertino, whose story the Italian Socialist-Communist writer, Ignazio Silone, told in his novel, Fontamara.
1) Letter from Ignazio Silone to Guido Bellone, 13 April 1930.
Revolutions, like trees," Ignazio Silone once wrote, "should be judged by their fruit.