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Sign in. No need for long theoretical chapters, a good story, with a good narrative scheme, is also able to convey a complex idea. Let us dive in the content and the form of the book, then, to extract its essence. As I wrote earlier, the novel is almost entirely based upon the pleasure of reading ; by being always different — multiple -, easy to read, and with a fair dose of humour, it is a proper page-turner.
Though, Calvino has sown a few theoretical seeds, as for when he wonders about who is the ideal reader : is it someone who fits the desires of the writer, or someone whose desires the writer senses and struggles to match?
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Calvino also explores the new possibilities offered by the digital humanities, wondering what the most used words of a text reveal about it : is it a pertinent way of doing researches in literature? Another thread of reflexion : why does the reader keep on trying to read the novel?
And what is a direct answer, but the author stating : this is the truth? Become a member. Sign in.
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