This groundbreaking study of Gadda?s narrative form identifies Gadda?s complex ?baroque? style as not merely an aesthetic conceit, but an expression of modern alienation and of loss, grief, and the need for solitude in the face of a fragmented reality.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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