Man as an end, a defense of humanism; literary, social, and political essays. Translated from the Italian by Bernard Wall.


[1st American ed.].. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux [1966] .

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Standard Title Uomo come fine. English
Subjects Humanism.
Description 254 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
©1965
Notes Translation of L'uomo come fine.
Contents Man as an end -- The man and the character -- Presence and prose -- Recalling Time of indifference -- Extremism and literature -- Psychoanalysis -- Machiavelli -- Communism in power and the problem of art -- Boccaccio -- Roman walks -- Notes on the novel -- The short story and the novel -- Answers to nine questions on the novel -- Alessandro Manzoni, or the hypothesis of a Catholic realism -- Eroticism in literature -- Nothing amen -- Dialogue on the painting of Renato Guttuso -- The "vulgarity" of Giuseppe Verdi.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)444327
(OCoLC)ocm00444327
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WorldCat Identities Moravia, Alberto, 1907-1990.
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