Search Results: "Gesualdo Bufalino"


BOOK REVIEW

BLIND ARGUS by Gesualdo Bufalino
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 18, 1993

"Witty, wise, and ebulliently literate: a modern fable about the tricks that love and memory play on us."
From Italian writer Bufalino (Lies of the Night, 1991): a rich feast of a novel that—with just the right mix of poignancy and comedy—details one golden summer's gift of love to a man whose youth had been spent amidst mud and blood. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

TOMMASO AND THE BLIND PHOTOGRAPHER by Gesualdo Bufalino
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 2000

"A terrific little novel."
Published shortly after its Italian author's death in 1996, this clever story (which follows into English translation Bufalino's The Keeper of Ruins and The Plague-Spreader's Tale) represents the musings of its eponymous narrator, a former journalist who's become a "Voluntary Trappist and general factotum in a block of flats" still under construction. Read full book review >