Ignazio Silone

Howe, Irving
October 1978
New Republic;10/7/78, Vol. 179 Issue 15, p28
Profiles author Ignazio Silone. Anecdotes that Silone used to bring his deepest feelings about life; Publication of the book "Fontamara," a fable of peasant revolt in Italy; Career background of Silone; Description of Silone's novels; Oldness of Europe encountered in Silone's three major books namely, "Fontamara," "Bread and Wine" and "School for Dictators"; Silone's retention of his socialism.


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