Pavese, Cesare

(Santo Stefano Belbo, Cuneo 1908 - Torino 1950)
scrittore, poeta e traduttore ; direttore di “Cultura”.
collab./opere: “Solaria”, “La Lettura”

Dizionario biografico elementare del Novecento letterario italiano. 2014.

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  • Pavese, Cesare — (1908–1950)    One of the leading novelists associated with neorealism, Cesare Pavese was born in Cuneo (Piedmont). He took his degree in literature in 1930 and worked as a teacher of English while publishing critical essays on modern American… …   Historical Dictionary of modern Italy

  • Pavese, Cesare — born Sept. 9, 1908, Santo Stefano Belbo, Italy died Aug. 27, 1950, Turin Italian poet, critic, novelist, and translator. Pavese founded, and was long an editor with, the publishing house of Einaudi. Denied a creative outlet by fascist control of… …   Universalium

  • Pavese, Cesare — ► (1908 50) Escritor italiano. La timidez, los desengaños amorosos y las sucesivas crisis de orden religioso y político le llevaron a un gradual aislamiento que culminó en el suicidio. El conjunto de su obra presenta una unidad a la vez estética… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Pavese — Pavese, Cesare …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Cesare Pavese — Cesare Pavese, il poeta Born 9 September 1908(1908 09 09) Santo Stefano Belbo Died 27 August 1950(1950 08 27) (aged 41) …   Wikipedia

  • Cesare Pavese — Nacimiento 9 de septiembre de 1908 Santo Stefano Belbo (Cuneo) Defunción 27 de a …   Wikipedia Español

  • Cesare Pavese — Activités écrivain Naissance 9 septembre 1908 Santo Stefano Belbo …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pavese — Pavese,   Cesare, italienischer Schriftsteller, * Santo Stefano Belbo (Provinz Cuneo) 9. 9. 1908, ✝ (Selbstmord) Turin 27. 8. 1950; lebte meist in Turin, wo er nach dem Studium als Kritiker, Herausgeber einer Zeitschrift und als Verlagslektor… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Pavese — (Cesare) (1908 1950) écrivain italien: le Bel été (1945), Avant le chant du coq (1949). Il a écrit aussi des poèmes, des essais et un Journal …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Cesare — (as used in expressions) Beccaria Cesare Borgia Cesare Pavese Cesare * * * …   Universalium

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