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The book that influenced me the most in my life as a writer is a small book of essays called The Little Virtues by the Italian writer Natalia Ginzburg. I was quite young, in my late 20s and early 30s, when I read that book, and it taught me who I was as a writer. In the book, there is an essay called “My Vocation.” It’s an account of how Ginzburg came to be a writer. What she’s writing.
Natalia Ginzburg lived through a lot before she turned fifty -- World War II in an anti-fascist Italian-Jewish family; her first husband's torture and murder by Mussolini's forces; the rise of modern Italian literature, in which she played a big role, as a writer and editor; and the ennui and weariness of a country and a continent in postwar recession and moral depression.
Natalia Ginzburg was born Natalia Levi in Palermo into a middle-class family. From her father's side, who was professor of anatomy, she was Jewish, and from her mother's side she was Catholic. However, Ginzburg was brought up an atheist, and this separated her from other children. In 1919 her father accepted a professorship at the University of Turin, where Ginzburg grew up in a cultural.
Natalia Ginzburg, Dick Davis (1989). “The Little Virtues”, p.102, Arcade Publishing “The Little Virtues”, p.102, Arcade Publishing 6 Copy quote.
He begins with expressing the panic he has often felt in a dream in which he, in a foreign country, cannot understand the language of communication. He writes not of the spoken word, but describes the infinite ways in which a person is bombarded with written language. He writes, “I try to ask somebody for directions. One person stops and looks at me in a peculiar way. I lose the nerve to ask.
In 1950 Natalia Ginzburg married Gabriele Baldini, a professor of English first at the University of Trieste, then the University of Rome. Ginzburg’s.
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