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Un albergo di provincia e un uomo solo, stanco di vivere e di amare. Niente e nessuno pare più interessarlo. Poi, all’improvviso, una scoperta: un buco in una parete gli consente di scoprire una nuova scena, gli permette di “vedere” e “ascoltare” la scabrosa vita degli altri, la vita nella stanza accanto. Sarà questo l’accadimento decisivo della sua esistenza. Ciò che conoscerà, oltre ogni giudizio etico e morale, lo affascinerà a tal punto da cambiare completamente il suo destino.
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Data di uscita25 mar 2015
ISBN9788898137879
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Henri Barbusse

Henri Barbusse (1873-1935) was a novelist and member of the French Communist Party. Born in Asnières-sur-Seine, he moved to Paris at 16. There, he published his first book of poems, Pleureuses (1895) and embarked on a career as a novelist and biographer. In 1914, at the age of 41, Barbusse enlisted in the French Army to serve in the First World War, for which he would earn the Croix de guerre. His novel Under Fire (1916) was inspired by his experiences in the war, which scarred him and influenced his decision to become a pacifist. In 1918, he moved to Moscow, where he joined the Bolshevik Party and married a Russian woman. Barbusse briefly returned to France, joining the French Communist Party in 1923, before moving back to Russia to work as a writer whose purpose was to support Bolshevism, illuminate the dangers of capitalism, and inspire revolutionary movements worldwide. In addition to his writing, Barbusse took part in the World Committee Against War and Fascism and the International Youth Congress, as well as worked as an editor for Monde, Progrès Civique, and L’Humanité. His final work was a biography of Joseph Stalin, which appeared in 1936 after his death from pneumonia in Moscow. Buried in Paris, his funeral was attended by a half million mourners. Among his many friends and colleagues were Egon Kisch, Albert Einstein, and Romain Rolland.

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