Le città invisibili PDF Â Le città PDF/EPUB or

Le città invisibili PDF Â Le città  PDF/EPUB or იტალიურიდან თარგმნა დარეჯან კიკოლიაშვილმა იტალო კალვინოს”უხილავი ქალაქები” ცნობილი პოსტმოდერნისტული ნაწარმოებია, რომელშიც გადმოცემულია მარკო პოლოს წარმოსახვითი საუბრები ყუბილაი ყაენთანსახელგანთქმული მოგზაური უამრავ ზღაპრულ მხარეს აღუწერს ყაენს და ქმნის ფანტასტიკურ სურათებს უცნაური ქალაქებისა, სადაც ქუჩები კალითაა მოკირწყლული, შენობებს ვერცხლის გუმბათები ამშვენებს, სასახლეებს კი ზღვის ნიჟარებით ინკრუსტირებული ხვეული კიბეები აქვთ, სადაც გარეგნობითა თუ ქცევით უცნაური ადამიანები ცხოვრობენ, თუმცა თვისებებით ჩვეულებრივი ადამიანებისაგან არ განსხვავდებიან სერია ”დიოგენეს ბიბლიოთეკა”

10 thoughts on “Le città invisibili

  1. Violet wells Violet wells says:

    ...A five star review...

    I hate flying. The claustrophobia of it. So usually when I return to Italy after visiting London I catch the train to Paris and then the night train to Venice. That’s my little extravagance. I catch the night train to Venice and not Florence for one moment. The moment of walking out of the station o

  2. Riku Sayuj Riku Sayuj says:

    Invisible Cities; Imagined Lives

    Marco Polo was a dreamer. He had great ambitions - wanting to be a traveller, a writer and a favored courtier. He wanted to live in the lap of luxury in his lifetime and in the best il

  3. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    Marco Polo : Now I shall tell you of the beautiful city of Nottingham where the buildings are made mostly of blue glass, onyx and sausagemeat. The men of the city trade in fur, spices and photographs of each other with their respective spouses. All the men have large phalluses, sometimes so large they must cut pieces out of the tops of

  4. Kalliope Kalliope says:

    Heidi Whitman - Brain Terrain.

    I have not read Marco Polos’s Journeys, but I could imagine what he has written. Had I read it, I also would have

  5. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    “In Xanadu did Kubla Khan A stately pleasure-dome decree: Where Alph, the sacred river, ran Through caverns measureless to man Down to a sunless sea.” Samuel Taylor Coleridge – Kubla Khan
    There are a countless number of cities but the most mysterious are those that we build in our imagination.
    Marco Polo arrives and he tells Kublai

  6. Gaurav Gaurav says:

    It's easy to describe what 'Invisible Cities' is not rather than what it is as it's really very difficult to ascertain which category it can be put into; it neither has a clear plot nor characters are developed as they normally are, it can't be called a novel or collection of stories, can't be put in any one genre since it surpasses so many; but still

  7. Cecily Cecily says:

    The photo is of new and old Shanghai, photographed by Greg Girard in 2000 (source

  8. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    This a litany of cities (55) obviously fictitious, exquisitely described by Marco Polo to the great Mongol emperor Kublai Khan... he is understandably dubious. Imagination flows gently through the words of Marco Polo at the grand royal palace in Beijing, towns nobody seen let alone accept. The renowned traveler enjoys visiting new places some very beautiful

  9. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    350. Le citta invisibili‬‬ = Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino
    Invisible Cities is a novel by Italian writer Italo Calvino. It was published in Italy in 1972. The book explores imagination and the imaginable through the descriptions of cities by an explorer, Marco Polo. The book is framed as a conversation between the aging and busy emperor Kublai Khan,

  10. Dolors Dolors says:

    One could easily declare that the protagonists of this book are the cities, which are different versions of the same city that doesn’t really exist, only maybe in the writer’s mind. Either Venice or Paris, Calvino’s cities are a trip through imagination to lives never had, doors never opened, people never met.

    Someone else might ap

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