This collection includes Stories by established Italian literary figures such as Italo Calvino and Primo Levi as well as a New generation of writers. Aspects of Sicilian and Italian life are explored by Leonardo Sciascia and Goffredo Parise, while Antonio Tabucchi looks at the natures of reality.
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