Tante piccole cose

So many little things

Tante piccole cose

di Stefano Etzi

FINALIST at the ITALO CALVINO AWARD 2019

“The language is thin, essential, lean, and at the same time ductile, able to kill any rhetoric, to ridicule commonplaces, […], to denounce human smallness and to see the grotesque side of this smallness.”

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Autor

Stefano Etzi

ISBN

978-88-99207-43-4

Pages

264

Literary Category

Novel

Print size

13.5×21 cm

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This is the story of a man without qualities and without courage who suddenly commits a crime of incredible violence.
Daniele Masala is docile, silent, almost invisible, a shadow in the memories of his old schoolmates and neighbors. Daniele Masala exterminated his family on a sunny day in the beautiful land of Sardinia: he killed his in-laws first, then his wife and sat under the porch smoking a cigarette. All those who knew him hurry to judge him and his life, but from prison the murderer tells shamelessly what others cannot know…

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So many little things

di Stefano Etzi

FINALIST at the ITALO CALVINO AWARD 2019

“The language is thin, essential, lean, and at the same time ductile, able to kill any rhetoric, to ridicule commonplaces, […], to denounce human smallness and to see the grotesque side of this smallness.”

ITALO CALVINO AWARD

Tante piccole cose

Autor

Stefano Etzi

ISBN

978-88-99207-43-4

Pages

264

Literary Category

Novel

Print size

13.5×21 cm

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About

This is the story of a man without qualities and without courage who suddenly commits a crime of incredible violence.
Daniele Masala is docile, silent, almost invisible, a shadow in the memories of his old schoolmates and neighbors. Daniele Masala exterminated his family on a sunny day in the beautiful land of Sardinia: he killed his in-laws first, then his wife and sat under the porch smoking a cigarette. All those who knew him hurry to judge him and his life, but from prison the murderer tells shamelessly what others cannot know…

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