Vincent Van Gogh, the Ambiguity of Insanity

Vincent Van Gogh, the Ambiguity of Insanity

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ISBN-13: 9788460670179
Publisher: Giuseppe Cafiero
Publication date: 04/07/2015
Sold by: Bookwire
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 220
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Giuseppe Cafiero lives in the Tuscan countryside, in Lucignano, in the province of Arezzo, Italy. Born in Naples, he spent his childhood in several Italian cities. In Bologna he began to attend intellectual circles at Roberto Roversi 's renowned bookstore, "Palma Verde". It was in one of the magazines published by this cultural center, that the first part of "James Joyce - Rome and other stories" was first published. He later worked for various radio producers, especially Radio Capodistria and the Italian Swiss Radio so he moved to Tuscany. Finally he was able to devote himself to reading and to pursue his literary work. His main literary influence was Calvin, author of extraordinary literary intellectual subtlety and intelligence. Giuseppe Cafiero continuously reads Borges, another great sublime, inimitable author who also worshiped Joyce. Giuseppe Cafiero has written renditions, free adaptations, reductions for the radio, translations from French. The spectrum of names is extensive, from Shakespeare to O'Neill, from Raspe to Daudet, from Toller to Brecht. He has written for thaetre and radio, collaborating also with the RAI, Radio Sveringes and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. But his strongest point is the "bio-fiction" as his book about Joyce in Rome, another published in 2008 about Vincent van Gogh, and one about Monsieur Gustave Flaubert in 2010. The three characters were revolutionary in their own field. Van Gogh, with his extraordinarily beautiful explosion of colors. Joyce, who broke with the literary realism of the 1800′s. Due to his experience writing for radio, his books have a great handling of the language of his characters. This is the case of the program Giuseppe Cafiero wrote called 'James Joyce in una notte in Valpurga', in 1990, after which he ended the narrative fiction of Joyce's stay in Rome in 1906 and 1907. www.giuseppecafiero.com

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JeyranMain 8 days ago
Vincent Van Gogh was an extraordinary Dutch painter. He was famous and influential in his time and made an impact on Western Art. There are many articles and opinions made about his work, in particular, his love for women and places. This audiobook provides an insight into his life, his passion, and dealings with his mental state of mind. The author describes Van Gogh’s life as well lived but also is truthful about his religious enthusiasm, his love for his cousin and disappointing relationships. He mentions the fall out between Gaugin and also the matter of his suicide. One cannot deny that Van Gogh was different and due to his lifestyle, love for women and places he lived and explored his painting were a representation of that. The literature was written with respect and was very informative. It paints a beautiful visionary understanding and interpretation of Vincent. The book was intriguing in its retelling and also was truthful to the nature of its work. The audiobook was clear had a good pace and was easy to follow and understand. I found the organized approach to writing this book appealing. The work is translated, and I was glad to see that it did not lose its authenticity through the translation. I recommend this book to readers that are interested in art, history, paintings, and landscape.