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Read online Il mestiere di scrivere: esercizi, lezioni, saggi di scrittura creativa.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Il mestiere di scrivere: esercizi, lezioni, saggi di scrittura creativa Il libro raccoglie brevi saggi lezioni note e articoli una difesa appassionata dell artigiano letterario ma contiene anche un idea morale dell atto narrativo che secondo Carver non ha nulla a che vedere con la moralit delle idee degli scrittori ma una questione di scelte stilistiche Carver detestava i trucchi letterari anche quelli ben riusciti Il rispetto e l amore per la nitidezza la precisione l attenzione al dettaglio sono il frutto di una ricreca letteraria che non possibile separare dalla vita dello scrittore Una ricostruzione di una lezione tipica di Carver con l indicazione degli esercizi consigliati completa il volume by Raymond Carver, William L. Stull, Riccardo Duranti

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Il mestiere di scrivere: esercizi, lezioni, saggi di scrittura creativa
Title:Il mestiere di scrivere: esercizi, lezioni, saggi di scrittura creativa
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Number of Pages:176
Category:Writing, Non fiction
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  • Cathedral

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  • Where I'm Calling From: New and Selected Stories

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  • Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?

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  • Short Cuts: Selected Stories

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  • Fires: Essays, Poems, Stories

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  • Collected Stories

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  • All of Us: The Collected Poems

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  • Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction and Other Prose

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  • Elephant and Other Stories

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Cathedral, Fires: Essays, Poems, Stories, Short Cuts: Selected Stories, Elephant and Other Stories, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, Where I'm Calling From: New and Selected Stories, Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction and Other Prose, Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?, All of Us: The Collected Poems, Collected Stories
The nine stories and one poem collected in this volume formed the basis for the astonishingly original film Short Cuts directed by Robert Altman Collected altogether in this volume these stories form a searing and indelible portrait of American innocence and loss From the collections i Will You Please Be Quiet Please i i Where I m Calling From i i What We Talk About When We Talk About Love i and i A New Path to the Waterfall i including an introduction by Robert Altman With deadpan humor and enormous tenderness this is the work of one of the true contemporary masters i The New York Review of Books i br br br br br i From the eBook edition i, By the time of his early death in Raymond Carver had established himself as one of the greatest practitioners of the American short story a writer who had not only found his own voice but imprinted it in the imaginations of thousands of readers br br Where I m Calling From his last collection encompasses classic stories from Cathedral What We Talk About When We Talk About Love and earlier Carver volumes along with seven new works previosly unpublished in book form br br Together these stories give us a superb overview of Carver s life work and show us why he was so widely imitated but never equaled, Raymond Carver s spare dramas of loneliness despair and troubled relationships breathed new life into the American short story of the s and s In collections such as Will You Please Be Quiet Please and What We Talk About When We Talk About Love Carver wrote with unflinching exactness about men and women enduring lives on the knife edge of poverty and other deprivations Beneath his pared down surfaces run disturbing violent undercurrents Suggestive rather than explicit and seeming all the more powerful for what is left unsaid Carver s stories were held up as exemplars of a new school in American fiction known as minimalism or dirty realism a movement whose wide influence continues to this day Carver s stories were brilliant in their detachment and use of the oblique ambiguous gesture yet there were signs of a different sort of sensibility at work In books such as Cathedral and the later tales included in the collected stories volume Where I m Calling From Carver revealed himself to be a more expansive writer than in the earlier published books displaying Chekhovian sympathies toward his characters and relying less on elliptical effects br br In gathering all of Carver s stories including early sketches and posthumously discovered works The Library of America s Collected Stories provides a comprehensive overview of Carver s career as we have come to know it the promise of Will You Please Be Quiet Please and the breakthrough of What We Talk About on through the departures taken in Cathedral and the pathos of the late stories But it also prompts a fresh consideration of Carver by presenting Beginners an edition of the manuscript of What We Talk About When We Talk About Love that Carver submitted to Gordon Lish his editor and a crucial influence on his development Lish s editing was so extensive that at one point Carver wrote him an anguished letter asking him not to publish the book now for the first time readers can read both the manuscript and published versions of the collection that established Carver as a major American writer Offering a fascinating window into the complex fraught relationship between writer and editor Beginners expands our sense of Carver and is essential reading for anyone who cares about his achievement br br Contents br What We Talk About When We Talk About Love br Why Don t You Dance br Viewfinder br Mr Coffee and Mr Fixit br Gazebo br I Could See the Smallest Things br Sacks br The Bath br Tell the Women We re Going br After the Denim br So Much Water So Close to Home br The Third Thing That Killed My Father Off br A Serious Talk br The Calm br Popular Mechanics br Everything Stuck to Him br What We Talk About When We Talk About Love br One More Thing br br Stories from Fires br The Lie br The Cabin br Harry s Death br The Pheasant br br Cathedral br Feathers br Chef s House br Preservation br The Compartment br A Small Good Thing br Vitamins br Careful br Where I m Calling From br The Train br Fever br The Bridle br Cathedral br br From Where I m Calling From br Boxes br Whoever Was Using This Bed br Intimacy br Menudo br Elephant br Blackbird Pie br Errand br br Other Fiction br The Hair br The Aficionados br Poseidon and Company br Bright Red Apples br From The Augustine Notebooks br Kindling br What Would You Like to See br Dreams br Vandals br Call If You Need Me br br Selected Essays br My Father s Life br On Writing br Fires br Author s Note to Where I m Calling From br br Beginners The Manuscript Version of What We Talk About When We Talk About Love br Why Don t You Dance br Viewfinder br Where Is Everyone br Gazebo br Want to See Something br The Fling br A Small Good Thing br Tell the Women We re Going br If It Please You br So Much Water So Close to Home br Dummy br Pie br The Calm br Mine br Distance br Beginners br One More Thing br br loa org, This prodigiously rich collection suggests that Raymond Carver was not only America s finest writer of short fiction but also one of its most large hearted and affecting poets Like Carver s stories the more than poems in i All of Us i are marked by a keen attention to the physical world an uncanny ability to compress vast feeling into discreet moments a voice of conversational intimacy and an unstinting sympathy br br This complete edition brings together all the poems of Carver s five previous books from i Fires i to the posthumously published i No Heroics Please i It also contains bibliographical and textual notes on individual poems a chronology of Carver s life and work and a moving introduction by Carver s widow the poet Tess Gallagher