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by Pietro Frassica


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Between 1925 and 1936, Luigi Pirandello wrote to the actress Marta Abba some 552 letters, a correspondence that remained enveloped in mystery for more than . Pietro Frassica is a professor of Italian at Princeton University.

Between 1925 and 1936, Luigi Pirandello wrote to the actress Marta Abba some 552 letters, a correspondence that remained enveloped in mystery for more than half a century. The letters are a splendid record of the vicissitudes of their decade-long relationship. He has done principal work in the Renaissance, the 18th Century (Baretti, Parini, Alfieri), contemporary literature (Primo Levi, Marinetti, Patti, Soldati, Lagorio, Saba, Vittorini) and theatre (Pirandello). He is the author of more than eighty published articles and a number of books.

Her Maestro's Echo book. Between 1925 and 1936, Luigi Pirandello wrote to the actress Marta Abba some 552 letters, a correspondence that remained enveloped in mystery for more than half a century

Her Maestro's Echo book. Between 1925 and 1936, Luigi Pirandello wrote to the actress Marta Abba some 552 letters, a correspondence that remained enveloped in mystery for more than half a century. T A unique insight into the story of the love between Italian writer Pirandello, and his muse, actress Marta Abba.

Professor Pietro Frassica presents: HER MAESTRO’S ECHO The Actress Who .

Professor Pietro Frassica presents: HER MAESTRO’S ECHO The Actress Who Conquered Broadway in an Evening with a letter dialogue between LUIGI PIRANDELLO and MARTA ABBA Adapted by Mimi Gisolfi D’Aponte Read by Meghan Duffy and Ric Randig 19 November 2010 24 West 12th St, New York City.

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Her Maestro’s Echo: Pirandello and the Actress Who Conquered Broadway in One Evening. Leicester: Troubadour Publishing Ltd, 2010. Pp. 160. (Stefano Muneroni, University of Alberta). 702 Guido Mattia Gallerani. Roland Barthes e la tentazione del romanzo.

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Professor Pietro Frassica presents: HER MAESTRO’S ECHO The Actress Who Conquered Broadway in an Evening with a letter dialogue between LUIGI PIRANDELLO and MARTA ABBA Adapted by Mimi Gisolfi D’Aponte Read by Meghan Duffy and Ric Randig 19 November 2. .

Professor Pietro Frassica presents: HER MAESTRO’S ECHO The Actress Who Conquered Broadway in an Evening with a letter dialogue between LUIGI PIRANDELLO and MARTA ABBA Adapted by Mimi Gisolfi D’Aponte Read by Meghan Duffy and Ric Randig 19 November 2010 24 West 12th St, New York City Also performed March 29, 2011 at Seton Hall University Performance Pics courtesy of Jane House Portrait Pics courtesy of Mimi Daponte.

A unique insight into the story of the love between Italian writer Pirandello, and his muse, actress Marta Abba. Between 1925 and 1936, Luigi Pirandello wrote to the actress Marta Abba some 552 letters, a correspondence that remained enveloped in mystery for more than half a century. The letters are a splendid record of the vicissitudes of their decade-long relationship. This book grew out of the author's reflections on Pirandello's correspondence and relationship with Marta Abba, as well as his own relationship with Marta in the course of his research in the 1980s, when he was invited by Marta to edit Pirandello's letters. Over several months, the author worked side-by-side with Marta, reading and copying Piradello's letters in the bank where she kept them. Later, they would discuss and organize the copies and the rest of the materials she had at home, which included her own letters to Pirandello. This book sketches out the story of a modern romance between author and actress, between an artist and his collaborating muse, between an older man and a younger woman. It also tackles the subject of Marta's sexuality, a little-known aspect of her life.
Her Maestro's Echo: Pirandello and the Actress Who Conquered Broadway in One Evening (Troubador Italian Studies) download epub
Memoirs
Author: Pietro Frassica
ISBN: 1848763522
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Subcategory: Memoirs
Language: English
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd (April 13, 2010)
Pages: 178 pages