Tutti i racconti

  • Title: Tutti i racconti
  • Author: Luis Sepúlveda Bruno Arpaia Ilide Carmignani
  • ISBN: 9788860887184
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tutti i racconti forse nel racconto che Sep lveda d il meglio di s grazie al suo gusto per le immagini pennellate con estrema cura alla sua capacit affabulatoria ed evocativa che gli permette di stilizzare con semp
    forse nel racconto che Sep lveda d il meglio di s , grazie al suo gusto per le immagini pennellate con estrema cura, alla sua capacit affabulatoria ed evocativa che gli permette di stilizzare con semplicit e leggerezza calviniane i personaggi e gli eventi pi complessi Avere sotto mano, in un unico volume, tutte le sue narrazioni brevi consente dunque al lettore forse nel racconto che Sep lveda d il meglio di s , grazie al suo gusto per le immagini pennellate con estrema cura, alla sua capacit affabulatoria ed evocativa che gli permette di stilizzare con semplicit e leggerezza calviniane i personaggi e gli eventi pi complessi Avere sotto mano, in un unico volume, tutte le sue narrazioni brevi consente dunque al lettore di apprezzare ancora meglio queste sue virt , viaggiando con maggiore comodit nei suoi microuniversi che si svolgono negli scenari pi remoti e diversi, dalla Patagonia al Nicaragua, da Amburgo al Cile, da Parigi a El Idilio, l immaginario villaggio del Vecchio che leggeva romanzi d a Percorrendo d un fiato questi paesaggi, ci si render anche conto dell evoluzione dell autore cileno, fino ai racconti pi recenti di cui sei inedit , in cui la voce di Luis Sep lveda diviene inconfondibile e imperiosa come un marchio di fabbrica Dall Introduzione di Bruno Arpaia

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    About Luis Sepúlveda Bruno Arpaia Ilide Carmignani


    1. Luis Sep lveda is a Chilean writer, film director, journalist and political activist.He studied theatre production at the National University In 1969, Sep lveda was given a five year scholarship to continue his drama studies at the Moscow University, but it was withdrawn after five months on account of misconduct he attended a party with a Politburo Officer s Wife, which was considered high ofense.Luis Sep lveda was politically active first as a leader of the student movement and in the Salvador Allende administration in the department of cultural affairs where he was in charge of a series of cheap editions of classics for the general public He also acted as a mediator between the government and Chilean companies.After the Chilean coup of 1973 which brought to power General Augusto Pinochet he was jailed for two and a half years and then obtained a conditional release through the efforts of the German branch of Amnesty International and was kept under house arrest.He managed to escape and went underground for nearly a year With the help of a friend who was head of the Alliance fran aise in Valpara so he set up a drama group that became the first cultural focus of resistance He was rearrested and given a life sentence later reduced to twenty eight years for treason and subversion.The German section of Amnesty International intervened again and his prison sentence was commuted to eight years of exile, and in 1977 he left Chile to fly to Sweden where he was supposed to teach Spanish literature At the first stopover in Buenos Aires he escaped and managed to enter Uruguay Because the political situations in both Argentina and Uruguay were similar to those in his home country, Sep lveda went to S o Paulo in Brazil and then to Paraguay He had to leave again because of the local regime and finally settled in Quito in Ecuador guest of his friend Jorge Enrique Adoum He directed the Alliance Fran aise theatre, founded a theatrical company and took part in a UNESCO expedition to assess the impact of colonization on the Shuar Indians.During the expedition he shared the life of the Shuars for seven months and came to an understanding of Latin America as a multicultural and multilingual continent where the Marxism Leninism he was taught was not applicable to a rural population that was dependent on its surrounding natural environment He worked in close contact with Indian organizations and drafted the first literacy teaching plan for the Imbabura peasants federation, in the Andes.In 1979 he joined the Sim n Bol var international brigade which was fighting in Nicaragua and after the victory of the revolution he started working as a journalist and one year later he left for Europe.He went to Hamburg in Germany because of his admiration of German literature he learned the language in prison especially the romantics as Novalis and Friedrich H lderlin and worked there as journalist traveling widely in Latin America and Africa.In 1982 he came in contact with Greenpeace and worked until 1987 as a crewmember on one of their ships He later acted as co ordinator between various branches of the organization.


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    1. Uno scrigno di piccole meravigliose perle.

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