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Who is Alberto Moravia?
Alberto Moravia, born Alberto Pincherle, was an Italian novelist and journalist. His novels explored matters of modern sexuality, social alienation, and existentialism.
- also known as Moravia, Alberto Pincherle
- born on (108 years ago) in Rome, child of Teresa Iginia de Marsanich and Carlo Pincherle
- nationality: Italy, Kingdom of Italy
- profession: Writer, novelist, journalist, screenwriter, actor, magazine editor, film critic, playwright, essayist
- died on (25 years ago) in Rome
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"Alberto Moravia" is a book by Thomas E Peterson.
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by Sorrel Kerbel
,Alberto Moravia, New York: Ungar, 1974 Dego, Giuliano, Moravia, New York: Barnes and Noble,and Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1966 Freed, Donald and Joan Ross, The Existentialismof Alberto Moravia, Carbondale : ...
by Mark Gilbert, Robert K. Nilsson
One of Italy's most prolific and controversial contemporary writers, Alberto Moravia was an exceptionally precocious novelist.
by Michael David Sollars, Arbolina Llamas Jennings
Italian novelist Italian novelistand critic Alberto Moravia explored the crisis of values in themodern world and in the Italian family. Moravia's work is rooted not in a particular region or Italian tradition, but rather inaserious engagement with ...
by Christopher Riches, Michael Cox
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by Marcel Danesi
Neorealist writers included Italo Calvino, Alberto Moravia, and Cesare Pavese. Neorealism in film embraced a documentary-like objectivity in style. The actors were often amateurs, and the action revolved around everyday situations.
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Alberto Moravia, The Fancy Dress Party
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Quotes about Alberto Moravia
In life there are no problems, that is, objective and external choices; there is only the life which we do not resolve as a problem but which we live as an experience, whatever the final result may be. (Alberto Moravia)