Italo Calvino - Invisible Cities

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Italo Calvino - Invisible Cities

"Invisible Cities", one of Italo Calvino's most famous works (1972), is a unique novel with a postmodernist spirit, which the writer considered "something like the last poem of his love for cities". According to Calvino, this book, created like a "multinational", consists of eloquent descriptions of 55 imaginary cities named after women, which are interrupted by the philosophical conversations of the author of these descriptions, the famous medieval traveler Marco Polo, and his listener, Hubilai Khan. Combined with the mathematical precision of the structure, the deep poeticism deals with the thematic layers of life and death, time, civilization, culture, memory, in the style of a parable.
Title in Armenian Իտալո Կալվինո - Անտես քաղաքներ
Author(s) Italo Calvino
Translator(s) Zaven Boyajyan
Language(s) Armenian
Publisher(s) Antares
Year 2022
Pages 252
Binding Hardcover
Size 11 x 16.5 cm
ISBN 9789939768373

tags: antes qaghaqner, antes kaghakner, qaxaqner, italo kalvino

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