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ITAL-367 Pirandello's Masks
Offered academic year 2006-2007
Professor Benedetti
Poet, novelist, playwright, as well as recipient of the 1934 Nobel prize, Luigi Pirandello is best known for his long-lasting influence on 20th-century European theater. This course examines the main themes of Pirandello's multi-faceted production, and their relationship with the contemporary development of Italian literature and theater. Conducted in Italian. This course satisfies one of the two literature and writing requirements of the College.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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