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Cesare Pavese , born the to Santo Stefano Belbo and died on < time class = "nowrap date-link" datetime = "1950-08-27"> August 27, 1950 in Turin, is an Italian writer.
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Cesare Pavese studied English literature in Turin and wrote a thesis on the American poet Walt Whitman in 1930. In addition, he translated into Italian Moby Dick by Herman Melville in 1932 (for his pleasure, he says), as well as as works by John Dos Passos, William Faulkner, Daniel Defoe, James Joyce or Charles Dickens.
He collaborated with the magazine Culture in 1930, publishing articles on American literature, and wrote his collection of poems Work fatigue, which appeared in 1936, when he became an English teacher.
He joined the Fascist National Party from 1932 to 1935 under pressure from his family members. In accordance with the regime, he was chosen in 1934 as director of the magazine Culture edited by Einaudi and tribune of his friends of ” Giustizia e Libertà “, an anti-fascist group. In 1935, Pavese was arrested for anti-fascist activities. Excluded from the party, he is exiled in Calabria to Brancaleone for eight months. In 1939, he wrote the story Le Bel Esté, which only appeared in 1949, along with two other texts: The Devil on the Hills and Between Women Alone.
After the Second World War, Cesare Pavese joined the Italian Communist Party, settled in Serralunga di Crea, then Rome, Milan and finally Turin, working for Einaudi. He keeps writing during these years, especially in 1949 a novel & nbsp ;: The Moon and the Lights. The rhythm, supporting the contents, has always been his preoccupation as a writer and a poet.
Cesare Pavese commits suicide the in a room of hotel Roma, place Carlo-Felice in Turin , leaving a short note on his table & nbsp ;: I forgive everyone and everyone, I beg your pardon. How are you? Not too much gossip “as well as one last text, Death will come and she will have your eyes ending with” Enough words. ” An act ! & Nbsp; “.
He also kept a diary, published under the title The Occupation of Life (posthumous), from 1935 to his death. It also ends with these words & nbsp ;: All this disgusts me. – No lyrics. A gesture. I will not write anymore. & Nbsp; “
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