By Abraham Eraly
By Abraham Eraly
By Michael Zantovsky,Alejandro Pradera Sánchez
By Cesare Pavese
Cesare Pavese (1908-1950) was once the best Italian student of yank literature of the new release that got here to adulthood below Mussolini. He used to be not just an acute and wide-ranging literary critic, but in addition a delicate poet and novelist. additionally, he used to be a prodigious translator. In collaboration with Elio Vittorini, he translated and taken to the eye of the Italian public the works of many very important American writers. American literature helped to offer path to Pavese's inventive paintings and was once a source for his own literary crusade opposed to Fascism.
Pavese used to be a non-academic critic, notwithstanding a ways much less anti - educational than D. H. Lawrence. His first goal used to be to exploit American literature to subvert Italian literature, yet past that there have been a couple of matters on which he disagreed with normal American feedback. whilst he does, his wild, unique power of discovery can set off a welcome switch of concentration for our perspectives of yankee writing.
Pavese by no means visited or lived in the United States; it was once for him a international nation, even though a transferring and sliding certain case. He had no stake in its sectional chauvinisms. He had an essential stake in its entire literature simply because, as his communications to Vittorini clarify, he had a stake within the literature of the full global. For your time, the USA looked as if it would him the possible heart of that complete. This was once the heart the place issues have been taking place on the planet of the brain, and the place the longer term used to be being born and licked into form. Paveses's writings approximately American literature nonetheless supply unique and unsparing insights.
By Laurie Hawkes
By Frédéric Saint Clair
By Mario Vargas Llosa,Albert Bensoussan
Mario Vargas Llosa, nobélisé pour avoir proposé une "cartographie des buildings du pouvoir", tire l. a. sonnette d’alarme et fait ici le procès de notre époque – futile, volage, suicidaire. Il revendique, une fois de plus, le droit à une tradition autre qui, plutôt que de nous imposer de nouvelles servitudes, nous rende plus libres.
By Catherine Bernard
A forty ans, Catherine Bernard, ci-devant correspondante de l. a. Tribune de l’Economie et de Libération à Montpellier, passe un BPA de viticulture-œnologie. Depuis, elle cultive 3,60 hectares de vignes en Languedoc et fait du vin, 5136 bouteilles précisément en 2009. Dans ce livre, elle raconte avec humour son deploy, l. a. conversion en bio de ses vignes et l. a. naissance de ses premiers vins. Elle fait aussi un portrait sans concession de l. a. viticulture aujourd’hui, entre l’eden des petits chimistes et le graal des œnologues diplômés.
By Jean-François Chermann,Christophe Dominici
By Ted Olson,Kathy H. Olson