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Svevo

Italo , original name Ettore Schnitz. 1861--1928, Italian novelist and short-story writer, best known for the novel Confessions of Zeno (1923)
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Amberson sets out to prove that the fragmented bodies of Svevo's, Tozzi's, and Gadda's characters emerge from the same cultural and historical scene as the bodies of other European modernist characters such as those of Virginia Woolf, Franz Kafka, and Samuel Beckett.
As he moves from one business or romantic venture to the next, Svevo's protagonist experiences success and failure, often in quick succession.
I can't read Italo Svevo. I start the books and I can't finish them.
For example, a quick look at the one I have closest to hand (in the Everyman's Library edition of Svevo's Zeno's Conscience) informs me that in 1925 the following books were published: Montale, Ossi di Seppia; Gide, The Counterfeiters; Kafka, The Trial; Woolf, Mrs.
Tezer Ozlu, a woman writer who was lost to the Turkish Literary Community at an early age, was an admirer of three well known authors: Franz Kafka, Italo Svevo and Cesare Pavese.
Morris acknowledges a deep reading influence of Jewish writers including Isaac Babel, Ettore Svevo, and Marcel Proust.
As a working mother, Kimberly Svevo, CAE, executive director, International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Chicago, has an additional agenda when it comes to human relationships.
Completing the initial lineup is Francesca Comencini's family drama "The Third Act." Inspired by novelist Italo Svevo's "The Confessions of Zeno," the French-Italian co-production is currently lensing in Rome.
From 1874 to 1878 Ettore Schmitz (Italo Svevo) attended a private school for boys, the Brusselsche Institut, in the village of Segnitz.