Writers similar to or like Beppe Fenoglio

Italian writer, partisan and translator from English. Wikipedia

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  • Italo Calvino

    Italian journalist and writer of short stories and novels. His best known works include the Our Ancestors trilogy (1952–1959), the Cosmicomics collection of short stories (1965), and the novels Invisible Cities (1972) and If on a winter's night a traveler (1979). Wikipedia

  • Enrico Martini

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  • Primo Levi

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  • Cesare Pavese

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    • The whole neighborhood, particularly Piazza Sempione and Viale Jonio, is the setting of Beppe Fenoglio's novel Primavera di bellezza, set in the resistance years.Monte Sacro (quarter)-Wikipedia
    • The countryside as it was in the first half of the 20th century features prominently in the writings of Beppe Fenoglio and Cesare Pavese, who was born there, in Santo Stefano Belbo.Langhe-Wikipedia
    • Elinor leaves to recover what is left of her library as the other head for Alassio, the town of Inkhearts author, Fenoglio (named in honor of Italian writer Beppe Fenoglio), who may have another copy, following Meggie's proposal.Inkheart (film)-Wikipedia
    • After the war, Vittorini chiefly concentrated on his work as editor, helping publish work by young Italians such as Calvino and Fenoglio.Elio Vittorini-Wikipedia
    • Macaronic text is still used by modern Italian authors, e.g. by Carlo Emilio Gadda and Beppe Fenoglio.Macaronic language-Wikipedia
    • A Private Matter (Una questione privata; also translated as A Private Affair) is an Italian novel by Beppe Fenoglio, first published posthumously in April 1963, two months after the author's death.A Private Matter (book)-Wikipedia

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