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December 16, The Little Virtues, by Natalia Ginzburg. Translated from the Italian by Dick Davis. New York: Seaver Books. Novelist, playwright, critic, editor, translator, and currently a member of the Italian Parliament, Natalia Ginzburg writes with a directness that instantly captures our attention.
She wrote novels, short stories and essays, for which she received the Strega Prize and Bagutta Prize. Most of her works were also translated into English and published in the United Kingdom and United States. An activist , for a time in the s she belonged to the Italian Communist Party. In she was elected to Parliament from Rome as an Independent. Born in Palermo , Sicily in , Ginzburg spent most of her youth in Turin with her family, as her father in took a position with the University of Turin.
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He laughs. About time! Before that series was published in English , who, among the people you know, was talking about modern Italian fiction? Levi was a prisoner in Auschwitz, and wrote our greatest book on that subject. Now, at least for Ginzburg, the wheels are turning again. And it amounts only to some two hundred pages—this for a woman who lived and wrote into her mid-seventies. Ginzburg became famous for her ability to conjure up a mixed emotional atmosphere, poignant yet unsentimental.
Where Baldini was cultured, dashing, intelligent, and interested, Ginzburg writes herself as being a pale shadow of her husband — she admits that when she is forced on cultural outings, she inevitably dozes off. He comes off as a bit of a jerk, going out of his way to make her feel bad about herself. She defended the author, pointing out that context was important: Ginzburg was an Italian woman in the s, operating in a patriarchal society. Austen, a conservative writer by most accounts, still managed to tweak the patriarchy of Georgian England.
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