Entries by Mattia Cravero

Pavese’s Langa, between the August Holiday and The Moon and the bonfires

Rereading Cesare Pavese today, over 60 years after his death, is certainly a positive experience: he was definitely an eclectic scholar and dedicated himself to poetry, prose, translation, diaries and autobiography, leaving behind works which, among many other things, include several key novels of the twentieth century, especially with regard to the neo-realist novels trend. Along […]