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Author: Cesare Pavese; D D Paige
Publisher: New York, Noonday Press [1959]
Series: Noonday paperbacks, N145
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Published just months before the author's suicide in 1950, this novel has since become one of Pavese's most sought-after books. In this classic, a successful couturier returns to Turin, the city in which she grew up, at the end of World War II. Opening a salon of her own leads her into a nihilistic circle of young hedonists, including the charismatic Rosetta, whose tragic death forms the novel's climax. But Turin  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Psychological fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pavese, Cesare.
Among women only.
New York, Noonday Press [1959]
(OCoLC)578198634
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cesare Pavese; D D Paige
OCLC Number: 1013572
Notes: Translation of Tra donne sole.
Description: 198 pages 20 cm
Series Title: Noonday paperbacks, N145
Other Titles: Tra donne sole.
Responsibility: Cesare Pavese, translated from the Italian by D.D. Paige.

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Published just months before the author's suicide in 1950, this novel has since become one of Pavese's most sought-after books. In this classic, a successful couturier returns to Turin, the city in which she grew up, at the end of World War II. Opening a salon of her own leads her into a nihilistic circle of young hedonists, including the charismatic Rosetta, whose tragic death forms the novel's climax. But Turin itself is at the heart of the story, its pervading melancholy deftly rendered by a master craftsman.

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