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Cesare Pavese

Author Code: TCPA

Born: Sep. 9, 1908 - Santo Stefano Belbo, Italy

Died: Aug. 27, 1950 - Turin, Italy

Educated at the University of Turin, Pavese earned a degree in literature. He translated numerous English work into Italian including such authors as Steinbeck, Faulkner, Dos Passos and Joyce. He became an avid anti-Fascist and was arrested in 1935 and spent a few months in prison before being confined to an internal exile in Southern Italy. Afterwards, he returned to Turin, but shortly after moved to Rome. He was drafted into the army, but because he suffered from asthma, he spent his time in a military hospital before being released after six months. When the Germans occupied Italy in 1943, Pavese hid in the hills but took no part in the partisan action. After the war he returned once again to Turin and joined the Italian Communist Party. He worked on the staff of L'Unita, the party's newspaper, and published a great part of his work during this time. Suffering from depression, Pavese committed suicide by an overdose of barbituates in a Turin hotel room. Today, he is considered one of Italy's most important authors of the 20th century. His works include Your Villages (1941), The Beach (1941), August Holiday (1946), The Comrade (1947), The Devil in the Hills (1948), Before the Cock Crows (1949), The Moon and the Bonfires (1950) and Death Will Come and Have Your Eyes (1951 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
TCPA002 Selected Poems
  Affairs
  Alter Ego
  Ancestors
  Black Earth Red Earth
  The Cats Will Know
  Death Will Come With Your Eyes
  Deola's Return
  End Of Fantasy
  Habits
  In The Morning You Always Come Back
  Instinctv
  Nocturne
  Street Song
  Two
  You Have A Face Of Carved Stone
1930-1950 16 163k eBook Download PDF - 'Selected Poems' (TCPA002)   Download ePub - 'Selected Poems' (TCPA002) Find a printed copy of Selected Poems by Cesare Pavese at AbeBooks
TCPA001 Wedding Trip 1934 9 176k eBook Download PDF - 'Wedding Trip' (TCPA001)   Download ePub - 'Wedding Trip' (TCPA001) Find a printed copy of Wedding Trip by Cesare Pavese at AbeBooks

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