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Conversations in Sicily

Conversations in Sicily

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by Ernest Hemingway

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Conversations in Sicily holds a special place in the annals of literature.
It stands as a modern classic not only for its powerful thematic resonance as one of the great novels of Italian anti-fascism but also as a trailblazer for its style, which blends literary modernism with the pre-modern fable in a prose of lyric beauty. Comparing Vittorini's work to

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Conversations in Sicily is Vittorini's masterpiece. Each and every word has such great depth. Intellectuals will truly enjoy the read. It is impossible to do this novel justice in such a short description (as even the publisher and critics fail to capture its true significance), yet I must say, the story is not as simple as it seems. The real story lies in what goes unsaid and what is truly meant in Vittorini's text. This is not simply a story of a journey, rather a commentary on Fascist Italy and the dangers of abandoning humanity. A truly great read that is applicable even today.