Alba de cespedes quaderno proibito
Quaderno proibito by Alba de CéspedesValeria Cossati acquista, in un impulso irragionevole, un lucente quaderno nero per scrivervi il proprio diario. Superato il turbamento per questo gesto irrazionale e apparentemente immotivato, la donna riporta minuziosamente sulle sue pagine la routine quotidiana (i figli alle prese con i primi amori che vogliono rendersi indipendenti, il denaro che non basta mai, le difficoltà con il marito, il lavoro in ufficio e lamicizia speciale con il proprio direttore) dando sfogo alla pacata tristezza che prova vedendo crollare le impalcature tradizionali della famiglia. Tutti i problemi da lei affrontati trascendono i limiti della vicenda personale: Valeria diventa il simbolo di una società in via di trasformazione.
Quaderno proibito [puntata 1di4] - da Alba De Cespedes
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She was married to Francesco Bounous of the Italian foreign service. Her fiction writing was greatly influenced by the cultural developments that lead to and resulted from World War II. In , she was again imprisoned for her assistance with Radio Partigiana in Bari where she was a Resistance radio personality known as Clorinda. After the war she went to live in Paris. She also during that trip donated to the Cuban National Archives letters written by her grandfather between and to his wife. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.