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Se una notte d'inverno un viaggiatoreCalvina jedna z najbardziej oryginalnych powieści dwudziestego wieku pełna odniesień do literatury filozofii historii i nauk ścisłych Rebus stworzony w laboratorium literatury Se una PDFEPUB or kombinatoryjnej Labirynt w którym każdy czytelnik musi odnaleźć własny wątek prowadzący do No właśni. When I was young in the 1950’s the whole family would gather around our ancient rabbit eared black white TV when the postwar sensation Perry Como came on And every week he’d start out by singing ‘Dream along with me I’m on my way to the Stars’That’s sorta like where the magician Calvino sends us in this bemusing and magical romp through the strawberry fields of our imaginations and hisHis book is the very stuff dreams are made onHe uses everything but the kitchen sink as the components for this Rube Goldbergian literary contraption aimed at one thing onlyOur SHEER DELIGHTCalvino had his brains stretched uite a bit half starving in the Italian hill country a fugitive from Mussolini’s ‘justice’ while working for the Resistance but post traumatic stress can with an iron and sternly self possessing will be put to bountiful use Witness books like thisAnd we are his beneficiaries in this golden legacy of tales tales that transpire in a magical twilight land halfway between the real and the unrealBut though Calvino’s wildly inventive yarns seem in essence so wonderful he doesn’t allow any whimsical turn of plot to turn back upon itself in a comforting mind fold or even repeat itself assuringly at another point of the book There is little closure and it is all so vibrantly open ended and inventiveSo WHY is he going so strongly against the common grain endlessly changing the subject with each new chapterWell this Italian postmodernist like us is afflicted grievously with the ricocheting catastrophes of each day’s brutal events trumpeted at every fraction of a half turn by the proud press and has no secure footholdFor as Paul Simon wroteYou can’t expect to be bright and bon vivantSo far away from homeOur heart will always be in our first home as Bachelard says in The Poetics of Space and so it is the place where all our dreams have their rootThe modern age has cast us adrift We must begin at the beginning againIf we think back we’ll see how our childhood dreams were rocked to sleep in the shadow of the informing myths and legends of our ageWorking below the surface of reality in our meditations we can knit the scattered pieces of our lives back together with stories like Calvino’sScattered stories Separate stories Like the stories of our everyday nondescript livesAnd Calvino lives in a world leached of its meaning by the press as we doHe lives in an open ended universe As a new book recently put it everything is now uantumnition Grist for the mill of chanceSo Pascal after his life affirming mystical vision he was a man WAY ahead of his time by the way said “man is a thinking reed” He means without God in our lives we are apt to change our mind with every new windBut until we find Him postmodernism is the aegis under which we and Calvino must create our ethereal kingdoms of romanceAnd from thence our unending attempts at magical escapes Until as Forster says we “only connect” our own stories and escapes to the overarching myths that make our minds what they areSo DON’T be waylaid by your frustration in not initially making sense of his fantastic crazy uilt jumble of yarnsAnd don’t get stressed thinking about their place in the story Just RELAX AND ENJOYAnd if you’ve never read Calvino you’re in for the RIDE OF YOUR LIFESo if you’re feeling comfortably relaxed nowOnce in a lifetime along comes a bookThat’s absolutely Perfect for a Long Cold Night of Dream laden Meandering Reading