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Her Husband

Luigi Pirandello, Martha King, Mary Ann Frese Witt
 
ISBN:   0822326000   List Price:    INR 2,117.47
ISBN-13:   9780822326007       (USD 29.95)
Publisher:   Duke University Press   Pages:    242
Binding:   Hardcover   Weight:    1.1 Pounds
Dimension:   9.6 x 5.8 x 0.9 Inches   Language:    English
Pub. Year:   2000      
Category:   Fiction
 
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One of the twentieth century's greatest literary artists and winner of the Nobel prize in 1934, Luigi Pirandello wrote the novel Her Husband in 1911, before he produced any of the well-known plays with which his name is most often associated today. Her Husband—translated here for the first time into English—is a profoundly entertaining work, by turns funny, bitingly satirical, and tinged with anguish. As important as any of the other works in Pirandello's oeuvre, it portrays the


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