Critics and public opinion have often defined Cesare Pavese as a pioneer of Americanism in Italy and as a fervent anti-fascist. Pavese's difficult relationship with the historical period he has gone through - the regime, the war, the Resistance - has crept doubts and uncertainties into his fragile personality. Pavese, probably, did not pursue political ideas but more simply, but not simplistically, he wanted to overturn and profoundly transform Italian society. Looking for 'himself', and in constant internal and social conflict, he cultivated dreams, images and myths, militating without prejudice for a better world, as he could do it.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||L’ape iblea dalla zagara all’edelweiss. Miscellanea per Giovanni Saverio Santangelo|
|Numero di pagine||15|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|