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- “900 italiano” (20th century Italy) in 100 novels
“900 italiano” (20th century Italy) in 100 novels
From 3 October on newsstands with Mondadori magazines
Mondadori magazines present 900 ITALIANO (20th century Italy), a unique collection that offers a fascinating literary journey through 100 of the most memorable Italian novels of the last century. The series will include novels by authors that wrote about the events, the atmosphere, the characters and the emotions of our recent past: from Pirandello to Pavese, Calvino to Morante, Gadda to Maraini, Sciascia, Buzzati, Deledda and many more.
The series starts with Il Fuoco (1900) by Gabriele D’Annunzio continuing with La coscienza di Zeno (1923) by Italo Svevo, Gli indifferenti (1929), the debut novel of Alberto Moravia; Sorelle Materassi (1934) by Aldo Palazzeschi; and then Libera nos a malo (1963), the most important novel by Luigi Meneghello, Il partigiano Johnny (1968) by Beppe Fenoglio and Italo Calvino’s Le città invisibili (1972); right up to the more recent Va’ dove ti porta il cuore (1994) by Susanna Tamaro and Il ladro di merendine (1996) by Andrea Camilleri.
900 ITALIANO will be on newsstands every Friday with Panorama, Chi, Tu Style, Tv Sorrisi e Canzoni, Grazia and Donna Moderna at the price of €7.90 (excl. magazine), apart from the first issue which will have the special launch price of €2.90 euro (excl. magazine).