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Stay With Me, Lella
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The Blue Whale
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Nice People: A Collection of Dutch Short Stories
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Duo for Obstinate Voices
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Naked brilliantly illustrates the theatricalist mode Pirandello invented for dramatizing multiple points of view simultaneously. As characters unwittingly echo each other, we come to see them as aspects of one controlling consciousness, the playwright's. For ultimately, metaphysically, Pirandello's deep subject is the creative process, his characters' as well as his own. An outer, physical world of objective events thus surrounds an inner, subjective one of feelings and perceptions to form an incipient play-within-play - another of Pirandello's legacies to twentieth century theatre. Typically provocative, at once comic and tragic, Pirandello's Naked (Vestire gli ignudi) uncovers the machinery of guilt, deceit,...
Naked

Luigi Pirandello, Nina da Vinci Nichols
2003
Naked
In the Claws of the Cat
The Boy from Aleppo Who Painted the War
Venera Dreams: A Weird Entertainment
A Demon in My View
The Sea-Wave
Polish[ed]: Poland Rooted in Canadian Fiction
The Other Shore
The Voyageur
Talk About God & Other Stories
Fabrizio's Passion
Unholy Stories
A Hunger Artist and Other Stories; Poems and Songs of Love