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One, No One and One Hundred Thousand

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One, None and a Hundred Thousand

This seemingly unimportant ocurrence triggers a chain of events that cause the protagonist to go on a quest chasing the elusive nature of self-knowledge. Luigi Pirandello — was an Italian dramatist, novelist, poet, and short story writer, awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. This translation translates words literally as much as possible, sometimes even where the English word order would sound a bit unusual because of this. See this phrase from the book which we have translated literally because it is still perfectly understandable:. However, Pirandello uses a lot of idiomatic and colloquial expressions, which are translated as such and not literally. The sentence below serves as a good example of that:.

The novel had a rather long and difficult period of gestation. Pirandello began writing it in In an autobiographical letter, published in , the author refers to this work as the " Vitangelo Moscarda discovers by way of a completely irrelevant question that his wife poses to him that everyone he knows, everyone he has ever met, has constructed a Vitangelo persona in their own imagination and that none of these personas corresponds to the image of Vitangelo that he himself has constructed and believes himself to be. The reader is immediately immersed in a cruel game of falsifying projections, mirroring the reality of social existence itself, which imperiously dictate their rules. As a result, the first, ironic "awareness" of Vitangelo consists in the knowledge of that which he definitely is not; the preliminary operation must therefore consist in the spiteful destruction of all of these fictitious masks.

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LUIGI PIRANDELLO. ONE, NO ONE, AND ONE. HUNDRED THOUSAND. TRANSLATED AND WITH AN INTRODUCTION. BY WILLIAM WEAVER.


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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Published in , it recounts the tragedy of Vitangelo Moscarda, a man who struggles to reclaim a coherent and unitary identity for himself in the face of an inherently social and multi-faceted world. What would Moscarda identity tragedy look like today?

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One, No One and One Hundred Thousan‪d‬

It hurts me a little, when I take hold of it. I was twenty-eight years old; and up to now, I had always looked upon my nose as being, if not altogether handsome, at least a very respectable sort of nose, as might have been said of all the other parts of my person. So far as that was concerned, I had been ready to admit and maintain a point that is customarily admitted and maintained by all those who have not had the misfortune to bring a deformed body into the world, namely, that it is silly to indulge in any vanity over one's personal lineaments. And yet, the unforeseen, unexpected discovery of this particular defect angered me like an undeserved punishment.

By Luigi Pirandello. What are you doing? Nothing, I told her. I am just having a look here, in my nose, in this nostril.

Угрожающий потенциал всей этой ситуации подавил. Какие вообще у них есть доказательства, что Танкадо действительно создал Цифровую крепость. Только его собственные утверждения в электронных посланиях. И конечно… ТРАНСТЕКСТ. Компьютер висел уже почти двадцать часов.

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