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The Written World and the Unwritten World

By (author) Italo Calvino





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A true celebration of literature in its many forms, The Written World and the Unwritten World brings together essays, articles, interviews, forewords and notes from the inimitable mind of Italo Calvino. The fate of the novel, reading and translation are just some of the subjects examined in this remarkable work offering an exceptionally global account of literature and its standing in a rapidly changing world.

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Publisher | Penguin Books Ltd
Published date | 5 Feb 2019
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Format | Paperback / softback
Pages | 240
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ISBN | 978-0-1413-9492-3
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