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"Hailed as a masterpiece upon its initial publication in Italy, BLINDLY is a novel of highly original, poetic intensity. In a shifting, choral monologue - part confession, part psychiatric session - a man recounts (invents, falsifies, hides, screams out) his life, which has passed through the horrors, the hopes and betrayals, and the revolution of the last century, as well as through different lands and seas. Who is the mysterious narrator? He is all the partisans, prisoners, seamen, and rebels who experience the perils and injustices of persecution, war, violence and adventure. From the award-winning author of DANUBE."--Publisher.
Publisher: Toronto: Hamish Hamilton Canada, 2010, c2008.
ISBN: 9780670068562
Characteristics: 383 p. ; 24 cm.


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