About this product Synopsis Malaparte: A House Like Meoffers an extraordinary look at Malaparte, the man and the house.
Jan 18, Maria Gambale rated it it was amazing Naively or not, I have had a deep fascination with this house since I learned about it 20 years ago, and I think the only reason I knew about it was that I'd spotted this book in a bookstore and bought it on impulse. I also watched the film "Le Mepris" with Brigitte Bardot, which informs one of the chapters.
While there was a bit of laziness on the part of some of the contributors and some canned phrases were used over and over, the book in mo Naively or not, I have had a deep fascination with this house since I learned about it 20 years ago, and I think the only reason I knew about it was that I'd spotted this book in a bookstore and bought it on impulse.
While there was a bit of laziness on the part of some of the contributors and some canned phrases were used over and over, the book in most respects had a good scope of opinions and perspectives.
I particularly appreciated the less adulatory perspectives of Simonetta Falasca-Zamponi and Francesco Perfetti, who were less inclined to brush certain negative aspects of Malaparte's legacy under the rug. And the black and white photographs of Mimmo Jodice were a revelation.
Only an European can do that! Nevertheless for those who are fans of Godard's 'Contempt" would noticed the great structure where a lot of the action takes place.
That sturcture is the home built by Malaparte sometime in the late 50's or early 60's. The house is totally not practical. A lot of the structure was destroyed by the natural elements - yet This is a weird cool book. A lot of the structure was destroyed by the natural elements - yet Malaparte never gave up on the place.
As if now it's still intact and really beautiful. · Curzio Malaparte, who lived from to , was a journalist, novelist, playwright, film maker, publisher and political activist. He was a Fascist, a timberdesignmag.com · Alberto Moravia (Italian pronunciation: [alˈbɛrto moˈraːvja]; November 28, – September 26, ), born Alberto Pincherle, was an Italian novelist and journalist.
His novels explored matters of modern sexuality, social alienation and timberdesignmag.com://timberdesignmag.com This is the first unexpurgated English edition of Curzio Malaparte's legendary work The Skin.
The book begins in , with Allied forces cementing their grip on the devastated city of Naples. The book begins in , with Allied forces cementing their grip on the devastated city of Naples.
List of notable or famous journalists from Italy, with bios and photos, including the top journalists born in Italy and even some popular journalists who immigrated to Italy. If you're trying to find out the names of famous Italian journalists then this list is the perfect resource for timberdesignmag.com://timberdesignmag.com · It was home to Curzio Malaparte (), the Italian writer who designed the building.
A perpetual enigma, he still confounds nearly all who care to look. Actor, novelist, poet, filmmaker, soldier, playwright, journalist, political figure, prisoner, composer, charmer -- inventor and revealer of truths -- Malaparte associated with Mussolini timberdesignmag.com Curzio Malaparte (Kurt (Erich) Suckert), Italian writer: MPC Arthur Miller, American playwright, essayist, and author: MPC Vladimir Gilyarovsky (–), a Russian writer and newspaper journalist: MPC.