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Its serious ntent but amplifies t That t should prove prophetic confounds the senses for The Inconvenience of theWings: Stories its a surreal piece that should be read and read widely for The Raft it drives home thoughts that we rarely consider such as Its a shameful thing to win a war I recommend this book but with one reservation Read A Study of Delaware Indian Medicine Practice and Folk Beliefs it with an open mind Its not gentle This brutal beautifully written novel about the arrival of American troops Herztour in Naplesn 1943 and their two year occupation s sad but also deeply darkly comical Malaparte novelizing his real life war experiences seemed to be sliding back and forth between an ronical tone and an almost nnocent sincerity It s grotesue and at times surreal but even when t s surreal Benedict Cumberbatch Reads Sherlock Holmes' Rediscovered Railway Mysteries: Four original short stories it gives the appearance of being real because that s war so awful you can t really believetMy favorite chapter featured a fancy dinner where the Allied commanders and guests are served Spam with corn which horrifies Malaparte and a giant fish from the Naples auarium fishing Miss Marple Investiga (Miss Marple mix 9) in the Gulf of Napless forbidden because of mines which to everyone s astonishment and horror looks like a young girl Apparently a manatee from the auarium was served at a fancy dinner according to Naples 44 A World War II Diary of Occupied ItalyCompletely coincidentally I happened to be reading the pianist Arthur Rubinstein s first memoir My Young Years as I was reading The Skin There s a passage Heart Seoul int where Arthur goes to Naples as a tourist while Zone of Silence in Italy for a concert prior to World War I Malaparte s descriptions of erupting Mount Vesuvius and the sex traden Neapolitan children were at the forefront of my mind as Rubinstein described riding a donkey to the top of Vesuvius with a conniving tour guide who encourages him to dismount whereupon he sinks knee deep In der Finsternis into the soft volcanic ash and can t get out His tour guide demands lira payment before he will throw a rope to Arthur Then later as Arthurs taking another tour through the city n a horse driven carriage his tour guide a different one points to a house and urges Look Thinking this was the house of someone famous Arthur gets out for a closer look whereupon a mother thrusts her very underage child at Arthur and forces his hand onto the child s small breastsI like to take note of these reading serendipities which often happen to me Although entirely mpossible due to the fact of Gloomsbury: Series 5: The hit BBC Radio 4 comedy it being bannedn the city had there been a book signing event held n Naples for La Pelle The Skin the pen of Kurt Erich Suckert Curzio Malapatre would n all likelihood stay firmly n the breast pocket of his suit Many would want to see him yes but not for the signing of any book No this ueue about a mile long full of angry souls ncluding Neapolitans members of the Italian Government The Pope Blacks Homosexuals and Dwarfs would want to give him a torrent of abuse Even the sirens of the sea may feel obliged to come ashore out of the bay of Naples to throw chunks of coral at him I for one would have gladly stood I Married A Prince in line for a signed copy evenf t meant getting lynched by the locals would even shake his hand and say well done Mr Malaparte this was an excellent read I would put t up there n my top five books about WW2 Hoping then he would nvite me back to his cliff side Villa on Capri for a spot of lunchIt s controversial Toms Midnight Garden it s distasteful degrading and obscene but thensn t that war It s also brilliantly written about human disgust and the savagery that war nflicts upon a city and t s Sheriff Bill - Der Held von Devil's Point inhabitants Every page captured my attention whether believable or not He has enlarged the art ofnventive fiction The Way of Revelation (Pocket Classics) in surreal and perverse ways than I ever could havemagined Malaparte gets to star Paul Temple and the Geneva Mystery: A BBC Radio Full-Cast Dramatization in his own book as himself A member of the National Fascist Party before the war he was a firm supporter of Mussolini but turned to the left after Italy was left ravaged by conflict Here he plays an Liaison officer as he wasn real life to an American colonel Jack Hamilton they tour the battle scarred and comfortless streets of a depraved and ruined Naples a place where selling out was the cunning and ugly art of survival mothers would sell Their Children Children Would Sell Their Mothers Whores Would Not children children would sell their mothers whores would not sell themselves but also beggars n the gutter Malaparte the city was like a lump of cow dung suashed by the foot of a passer by He s a lap dog sucking up to the Americans to him they are Gods while he thinks of himself as nothing than a filthy rotten Italian They The Racehorse Who Wouldn't Gallop involve themselvesn some uite bizarre situations that left me reeling Brenin in both horror and almost howls of laughter because I simply could not believe what I was reading I knew within the early stages this was going to be a different kind of war novel the mere mention of grotesue midget women who whine peculiar noises from within their hovels had me rubbing my eyes just to make sure I wasndeed awake There are other shameful moments when the pair enter a shop selling strange blonde wigs the repugnance casting of their eyes behind a curtain of a young virgin girl used for viewing pleasure a party full of young bourgeois students that ends like something out of a nightmare and a banuet for high Allied officers that had the famous auarium being raided for a prized fish In fact at this point the films of both Pier Paolo Pasolini and Alejandro Jodorowsky came to mind for the use of shocking and surreal magery If the Gods connived and double crossed one another over the fate of Troy Mussolini Hitler and lastly the Americans took a no lees lively nterest Doctor Who: Engines of War in Naples A place of vast suffering men women and children livingn a destroyed city with barely a bite to eat a drop of water to drink would do just about anything to get by Did the Americans come as conuerors or liberators their nsistence on their own moral goodness s continually undermined and revealed as contradictory n The Skin they are the John while Naples s the whore The Italians Malaparte says jump for joy out the windows of their ruined houses waving foreign flags and hurtling flowers at the conuerors Later n the novel when switching to Rome a man so excited by the sight of the Allies falls under the caterpillars of a Sherman tank and ends up flat as pancake Troubled by this the General at least offers money for a decent burial When talking of or to the Americans Malaparte does so with a double edged voice there s a uirky arrogance that he may be acting like a wolf The Racehorse Who Disappeared in sheeps clothing nothings abundantly clear towards his actions There s a frolicsome banter used n the dialogue and lots of joking around yet death Ich werde hier sein im Sonnenschein und im Schatten is everywheren the air the sea and on the ground right Sutherlands Rules in front of themI have to say there was an appalling politicalgnorance from all sides during WW2 towards The Poor People Of Naples poor people of Naples the disbanded Italian army were looked at like the scum of the earth Malaparte s attitude towards his own people s as complicated and contradictory as his views on the Americans They are no simple victims than the latter are simple victors The Skin s served up like a bottle of fancy wine but along side a silver platter which sits a human head on a bed of olives It s Malaparte s bad conscience he taunts teases and titillates one minute before punishing the reader with the vile and humiliating the next Is this a case of I love the book but despise the writer probably not how can one hate the writer An Officer and a Gentleman (A Chronicles of the Pneumatic Zeppelin Story) if one loved the book He may have been a fascist but others committed far worse that doesn t stop him from being an exceptional writer and The Skins one of the finest works I have read on the subject of World War II and for that he gets top marks. Fosa pelle» E forse la pietà uella che n uno dei più bei capitoli di uesto nsostenibile e splendido romanzo – uno dei pochi che negli anni successivi alla guerra abbiano lasciato un solco Trafiquants et navigateurs sur le Bas-Danube et dans le Pont Gauche a l'epoque romaine (Philippika - marburger altertumskundliche abhandlungen) (German Edition) indelebile nel mondontero – spinge Consuelo Caracciolo a denudarsi per rivestire del suo abito di raso delle calze degli scarpini di seta la giovane del Pallonetto morta When Dimple Met Rishi in un bombardamento trasformandolan Principessa delle Fate o n una statua della Madonna Come ha scritto Milan Kundera nella Pelle Malaparte «con le sue parole fa male a se stesso e agli altri; chi parla è un uomo che soffre Non uno scrittore mpegnato Un poeta?. La pelle

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Although I am new to Goodreads and have posted very little I have read thousands of books and once had to sell my book collection n reverse order of preference Night Watch in order to eat I consider that the most honest system of rating a book because your next meal depends upont I want to expand upon this review but I am going to begin by saying no other book I can think of even approaches 4 stars let alone 5 End of Day in comparison to Curzio Malaparte s The Skin I hate the word genius I am deeply suspicious of facebook of Goodreads and of networks of any sort But The Skin exposes Hemingway as a fraud It dwarfs Henry Miller whom I think would readily acknowledge this fact Only Cendrars a pal and C line could hold a candle to this teller of this Boccaccio like description of end of WWII Naples I am even reluctant to recommendt because I would like to hide this book from the world and keep t for myself Curzio Malaparte stands alone and has mmortalized Naples I bow to him as a human being to his humanity and genius and Scenery, Set, and Staging in the Italian Renaissance: Studies in the Practice of Theatre incredible humour and love Bravo Its a shameful thing to win a warI kept thinking of Ira throughout this read the whole Israel! Do You Know? idea of liberating a country a people of the conuerors and the conueredMalaparte s relentlessly sardonic highly original narrative pits the European sensibility versus the American one takest to a point where Henry James polite prose dared not ventureTragic yet comic surreal yet real cynical yet Korean War idealistic Malaparte performs the tightrope act with aplomb Not for everyone thought s not meant to be liked Serpico it s meant to be understoodHighlights A dinner party with a special kind of seafood as the centrepiece of the eveningt really s a metaphor for the whole book A volcanic eruption An nside look at the Famous Casa Malaparte Curzio Malaparte s unusual residence the Capri location of Godard s famous movie ContemptLe M prisHere are a few nuggets to convince youview spoiler General Cork was a real gentleman a real American gentleman I mean He had the naivety the artlessness and the moral transparency that make American gentlemen so lovable and so humam He was not a cultivated man he did not possess that humanistic culture which gives such a noble and poetic tone to the manners of European gentlemen but he was a man he had that human uality which European men lack he knew how to blush He had a most refined sense of decorum and a precise and virile awareness of his own limitations Like all good Americans he was convinced that America was the leading nation of the world and that the Americans were the most civilized and the most honourable people on earth and naturally he despised Europe But he did not despise the conuered peoples merely because they were conuered peoplesOnce I had recited to him that verse from the Agamemnon of Aeschylus which runs If conuerors respect the temples and the Gods of the conuered they shall be saved and he had looked at me for a moment Truyol Y Serra's Doctrines of International Law in silence Then he had asked me which Gods the Americans would have to respectn Europe f they were to be savedOur hunger our misery and our humiliation I had replied When Naples was one of the most llustrious capitals Globalization, Sports Law and Labour Mobility: The Case of Professional Baseball in the United States and Japan in Europe one of the greatest citiesn the world Competitive People Strategy: How to Attract, Develop and Retain the Staff You Need for Business Success it contained a bit of everything It contained a bit of London a bit of Paris a bit of Madrid a bit of Viennat was a microcosm of Europe Now that Strategies for Minimizing Risk Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices ACT and Related Laws its n ts decline nothing Limits to Stakeholder Influence: Why the Business Case Won't Save the World is leftn t but Naples What do you expect to find n London Paris Vienna You will find Naples It Let's Talk 3 Student's Book is the fate of Europe to become Naples If you stayn Europe for a bit you will become Neapolitans yourselvesGood Gosh exclaimed General Cork turning paleEurope Socrates, The Wisest And Most Just? is a bastard continent said Colonel BrandThe thing I don t understand said Colonel Eliots what we have come to Europe to do Did you really need our help to drive out the Germans Why didn t you drive them out by yourselvesWhy should we put ourselves to so much trouble I said when you ask nothing better than to come to Europe to fight on our behalfWhat What cried all the guests European State Aid and Tax Rulings in unisonAndf you go on at this rate I said you ll end up by becoming the mercenaries of EuropeMercenaries are paid said Mrs Flat severely How will you pay usWe shall offer you our women n payment I answeredThey all laughed Then they became silent and looked at me with embarrassed expressionsYou re a cynic said Mrs Flat an mpudent cynic Those dead men would have been nothing but putrid flesh had there not been among them someone who had sacrificed himself for the others The Only Way Out Is in: A Modern Day Yogi's Commentary on the Synergy of Ashtanga Yoga, Ayurveda and Tantra in order to save the worldn order that all nnocent and guilty victors and vanuished who had survived those years of blood and sorrow should not have cause to feel ashamed of being men Assuredly among those thousands and
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of dead lay the body of some Christ What would have become of the world and of us all f among all those dead there had not been one Christ Even you know The Lake itsn t true that Christ saved the world once and for all Christ died to teach us that every one of us can become Christ that every man can save the world by his own sacrifice Christ too would have died Surface of the Deep: Searching for Booker Wright and Finding Redemption Along the Way in vainf The Devil Aspect it were not possible for every man to become Christ and to save the world hide spoiler Curzio Malaparte 1898 1957 To win a war everyone can do that but not everyones capable of losing one Curzio Malaparte Curzio Malaparte born Kurt Suckert to a German father and Italian mother was a journalist and novelist who was a Probably this gets the award for the most cynical novel I ve ever read Malaparte s a difficult chap to warm to He s racist homophobic and was a fascist n the early days of Mussolini s rise to power Hitler blamed communism on the Jews Malaparte blames t on homosexuals I don t know uite how to describe this one so I m going to go with SOME MAIN POINTS A IT CASTS main points a It casts new light on the lives of liberated peoplesb It s probably the only really horrifiying war book I ve ever readc Somehow abc It makes other authors who talk about war ncluding Vonegut seem like little children reminicing about how much fun war Four Corners Level 1b Workbook is That saidt s amazing I had some trouble adjusting to the characters and the tone of the book but as soon as I hit the fire bombing of Hamburg and realized all the strange things he was up to Stahl's Illustrated Substance Use and Impulsive Disorders it was gold The Skin must have been considered a very scandalous bookn 1947 when Love and Punishment (Beyond Fairytales series) it was published Its tragicomic account of thenvasion of Naples n 1943 must have shocked the people who were only just recovering from the horrors of war I would magine that they were scandalized by a lot of the distressing and often bewildering observations about their recent past Malaparte s story Angola to Zydeco: Louisiana Lives is still shocking to read today so I cannot evenmagine what an Kaltblau impactt must have had just after the end of the war It s only n recent years that you see books published that allow for some occasional comic remark Between Octobers in a WW II setting The story of what happens at thenvasion of Naples and the following years Julian 3: The Works of the Emperor Julian is extremely tragic and farcical as well I feel that Malaparte s account shows us the true reality of the madness of war Theres an Contemporary Task-Based Language Teaching in Asia intriguing uestion throughout the book whether Naples wasnvaded or liberated by the American army Malaparte even The Taming of the Werewolf implies that he and the people of Naples feel sorry for the American conuerors and that they themselves have the preferable position of being conuered As he putst Second Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of the State of Iowa: For the Fiscal Period Ending June 30, 1883 (Classic Reprint) in the last sentence of the book Its a shameful thing to win a warHis observations on the behaviour of his compatriots as well as the American army and himself feel very realistic to me Yet there are some shocking stories that feel like scenes. Una terribile peste dilaga a Napoli dal giorno n cui nell’ottobre del 1943 gli eserciti alleati vi sono entrati come liberatori una peste che corrompe non l corpo ma l’anima spingendo le donne a vendersi e gli uomini a calpestare l rispetto di sé Trasformata n un First Cosmic Velocity inferno di abiezione la città offre visioni di un osceno straziante orrore la ragazza chen un tugurio aprendo «lentamente la rosea e nera tenaglia delle gambe» lascia che soldati per un dollaro verifichino la sua verginità; le «parrucche» bionde o ruggine o tizianesche di cui donne con capelli ossigenati e la pelle bianca di cipria si coprono l pu. ,
From a Jheronimus Bosch painting as they are so dark and archaic that you have trouble taking n the real picture of what he Joshi Mousou Shoukougun, Vol. 4 is relating This must be the real face of living through a warCurzio writes pure poetry for pages at a time However cruel and even sadistic his observations often are he does show alot of compassion for the people of Naples and their often grotesue behaviour There are scenesn this book I will never forget They are darkness visible And then again there are very hilarious scenes as well Or very tender scenes like the story of his friendship with the American army officer Jack or his recounting of the death of his beloved dog Febo I feel that this book has a uniue voice n WW II literatureSo I loved this book And I also love that sardonic bastard Curzio Malaparte I love the title too It s so appropriate Tryst with Prosperity in that we have only our own skin to liven I will read this book again Highly recommended This was another amazing work from Malaparte but I enjoyed Tryst with Prosperity: Indian Business and the Bombay Plan of 1944 it less than Kaputt At times I really felt he was trying to clear his rotten conscience by playing the good guy At the same time there are unforgettablemages here the skin the Siren Vesuvius eruptingbut I found that the end dragged I did not really get what he was saying with the foetuses at the end that he had not already said Al Capone's Beer Wars: A Complete History of Organized Crime in Chicago During Prohibition in Kaputt or the previous chapters of The Skin The uestions I ask myself reading this book are does Malaparte really have a conscience ors he faking Code Name: Bikini it I was also repulsed at his broad homophobic statements at various parts of the book The Urania orgy just being the most outrageous of themCatch 22 and The Skin tell the story of the same part of WWII from opposite sides American and Italo Fascist and I would have to admit that despitets horrors Catch 22 while being as condemning on war Below the Moon (The 8th Island Trilogy ignorance and rape as The Skin was certainly funnierf less horrifying The Proustian prose of Malaparte s beautiful to read and I could picture many of the scenes he described rather vividly Both books plus Kaputt make powerful argues that might does not always make right and that war s a living hell that I hope my son will never have to face Prefaced by a dedication to the honorable American soldiers who were my comrades Legenden von Nuareth - Heldentaten in arms and who diedn vain n the cause of European freedom Curzio Malaparte mparts a warning before The Skin opens It s a warning that should be heededNaples has been liberated or s t conuered Amidst a city Bankerupt in the grips of the plague an abominablenfestation of moral degeneration which arrived alongside the loveliest the kindest the most respectable army 3D Printing and Beyond: Intellectual Property and Regulation in the world born like Venus of the sea foam containing not a soldier who had a boil a decayed tooth even a pimple on his face Curzio Malaparte acts as liaisonnterpreter and guide to Colonel Jack Hamilton a sophisticated classically educated American as they explore the devastated city of bombed out NaplesIn the banlieu de Paris aka Europe the people are hungry and nowhere so than Rethinking the Jurisprudence of Cyberspace in Naples A black market has sprung up with everything for sale andn which blond pubic wigs are sold to cater for the tastes of Negro soldiers Women and children are for sale and there s but one virgin left n Naples a young girl whose family offers her for display to American servicemen Nothing s as t seems and everything Wishing for a Home is twisted an appalling and at the same time a delicate exuisite unreal sceneThat Europes at a crossroads Malaparte feels acutelyI was Europe I was the history of Europe the civilization of Europe the poetry the art all the glories and all the mysteries of Europe And simultaneously I felt that I had been oppressed destroyed shot Dreamsnake invaded and liberated I felt a coward and a hero a bastard and charming a friend and an enemy victorious and vanuished And I also felt that I was a really good fellowButt The Warlord, the Warrior, the War (Rise of the Penguins, is a crossroads with perversions at every turn Blackshirts I cried Our American allies have at last landedn Italy to help us fight our German allies The sacred torch of Fascism The Parker Sisters: A Border Kidnapping is not spent Its to our American allies that I have entrusted the sacred torch of FascismBoth actor and BACKDROP THE WAR INFORMS THE MANY the war Nach allem, was ich beinahe für dich getan hätte informs the many and musings that ensue In a sad even anguished and utterlyronic tone we are led from one ridiculous and grotesuely comic vignette to another When asked about the difference between American s and Europeans he states with a ridiculous air of superciliousness The difference s this that the Americans buy their enemies and we sell ours only to receive as though drunk the eually ridiculous reply I have a suspicion said Major Morris that the peoples of Europe have already begun to sell us so as to get even with us for having bought them It took me a moment of further reading to realise that buried n these seemingly nonsensical statements there s a perverse logic Everything s for sale even hungerThat the hyper fertile hinterland of Naples would n the post war era provide almost a third of all agricultural produce n Italy and that the Italians would provide the world with so many wonderful dishes only makes How to Worry Less about Money it appropriate that some of the amusing and richlymagined parts would revolve around food Eerie parallels with real events sees a girl shaped fish named The Siren taken from the local auarium to be served to American officers only to nvoke the disgust of a rather prudish guest whilst the Italian waiters serve up Spam with hilarious contempt People that have an ancient and noble tradition of servitude and hunger respect only those masters who have refined tastes and lordly manners There s nothing humiliating to an enslaved people than a master with uncouth manners and coarse tastesWith apparent ease Malaparte offers contradiction after contradiction Virtually mpossible to decipher there are no easy answers or views to be taken He lambasts cowardice and heroes alike He often appears scathing The young of Europe are on their way to being pederasts They always choose the easiest form of revolt degradation moral ndifference narcissism Italy s simultaneously both saved and shamed Italian policy s based on the cardinal principle that there Children of the Future is always someone else who loses wars on Italy s behalf Of the wise and the prudent the false resisters the blas defenders of freedom the heroes of tomorrow lay hidden pale and tremblingn the cellars Even the dead receive his withering eye They had Bettina Von Zwehl: Lament invaded Italy France all of Europe We had to defend life our true country life even against them the dead No ones spared And yet there A TYRANNY OF GOD is such humanity evident when he pleads with some frightened andnexperienced Americans to not move a wounded man for he s dying or when he goes searching for his dog Bebo only to find him n the university hospital enduring suffering n silence one of the most touching and grotesue moments n a novel where such events are not n short supplyThere are other novels that touch on war with caustic humour Josef Skvorecky s Engineer of Human Souls s one such book Kurt Vonnegut s Slaughter House 5 A Deadly Trade is another Joseph Hellers Catch 22s yet another satirical gem but none of them are so confusing so utterly unclassifiable so perverse and yet so honest and cutting Meandering between cynicism and Framed for Murder innocence laughter and sadness Malaparte appears to ben mourning I felt like I was at a wake laughing along at the jokes marveling at the humour and the wisdom but still aware that there s a grieving widow n the room That scenes of life and death can prove so touching And Yet So Comic Marks yet so comic marks genius n this work That t elicits humour does not diminish ts horror nor. Be perché; bambini seminudi e pieni di terrore che megere dal viso Squeak! incrostato di belletto vendono ai soldati marocchini dimentiche del fatto che a Napoli bambini sono la sola cosa sacra La peste – è uesta l’indicibile verità – è nella mano pietosa e fraterna dei liberatori nella loro Claiming His Bought Bride / Seducing the Enemy's Daughter incapacità di scorgere le forze misteriose e oscure che a Napoli governano gli uomini e fatti della vita nella loro convinzione che un popolo vinto non possa che essere un popolo di colpevoli Null’altro rimane allora se non la lotta per salvare la pelle non l’anima come un tempo o l’onore la libertà la giustizia ma la «schi.
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    La pelle (Kindle) Probably this gets the award for the most cynical novel I’ve ever read Malaparte is a difficult chap to warm to He’s racist homophobic and was a fascist in the early days of Mussolini’s rise to power Hitler blamed communism on the Jews; Malaparte blames it on homosexuals What saves him as an author is his t

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    Curzio Malaparte á 8 characters read & download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF á Curzio Malaparte La pelle (Kindle) Although entirely impossible due to the fact of it being banned in the city had there been a book signing event held in Naples for 'La Pelle' The Skin the pen of Kurt Erich Suckert Curzio Malapatre would in all likelihood stay firmly in the breast pocket of his suit Many would want to see him yes but not for the signing of any book No this ueue about a mile long full of angry souls including Neapolitans memb

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    free read La pelle read & download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF á Curzio Malaparte Curzio Malaparte á 8 characters This was another amazing work from Malaparte but I enjoyed it less than Kaputt At times I really felt he was trying to clear his rotten conscience by playing the good guy At the same time there are unforgettable images here the skin the Siren Vesuvius eruptingbut I found that the end dragged I did not really get what he was saying with the foetuses at the end that he had not already said in Kaputt or the previous chapters of The

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    La pelle (Kindle) This brutal beautifully written novel about the arrival of American troops in Naples in 1943 and their two year occupation is sad but also deeply darkly comical Malaparte novelizing his real life war experiences seemed to be sliding back and forth between an ironical tone and an almost innocent sincerity It's grotesue and at times surreal but even when it's surreal it gives the appearance of being real because

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    La pelle (Kindle) 'The Skin' must have been considered a very scandalous book in 1947 when it was published Its tragicomic account of the invasion of Naples in 1943 must have shocked the people who were only just recovering from the horrors of war I would imagine that they were scandalized by a lot of the distressing and often bewildering

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    La pelle (Kindle) It is a shameful thing to win a warI kept thinking of Ira throughout this read – the whole idea of liberating a country a people—of the conuerors and the conueredMalaparte's relentlessly sardonic highly original narrative pits t

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    read & download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF á Curzio Malaparte La pelle (Kindle) Prefaced by a dedication to the honorable American soldiers who were my comrades in arms and who died in vain in the cause of European freedom Curzio Malaparte imparts a warning before The Skin opens It's a warni

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    La pelle (Kindle) I don't know uite how to describe this one so I'm going to go with some main points a It casts a new light on the lives of liberated peoplesb It's probably the only really horrifiying war book I've ever readc Somehow abc It makes other authors who talk about war including Vonegut seem like little children reminicing about

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    La pelle (Kindle) Although I am new to Goodreads and have posted very little I have read thousands of books and once had to sell my book collection in reverse order of preference in order to eat I consider that the most honest system of rating a book because your next meal depends upon it I want to expand upon this review but I am going to begin by saying no other book I can think of even approaches 4 stars let alone 5 in compa

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