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“Fatamorgana”

GALLERIA ENRICO ASTUNI, Bologna

View of “Fatamorgana,” Galleria Enrico Astuni, Bologna, 2014.
by

Ilaria Bombelli

A barren desert, a swarm of apparitions: the Italian writer Dino Buzzati’s novel, The Tartar Steppe (1940), is one of the few in Italian literature in which the idea of a hallucination, or fata morgana, becomes a narrative mechanism with allegorical power, peopled by characters worn down by endless waiting,... continue reading

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