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I abandoned two novels by Umberto Eco which I’m determined to actually read one day and I browsed Loe and Boccaccio a long time ago.

The dreamlike feel, the mountain setting, the debt to Kafka, the meditati The first time I read this I liked it a lot. I should have liked this more.

Light Kafkaesque undertone, beautiful staging and a few hallucinatory passages. Story of the exploits of a dreamy soldier Drogo, who is sent to the outdoor fort of Bastiani, adjoining a desert, behind which the Tartars live.

Want to Read saving…. Gabe rated it did not like it Oct 20, Towards the Drogo, an ailing old man, is taken away from the fort to a grey sea, representing Death. There are very few book deseirto that strike more fear in my heart than “Kafkaesque. View all 5 comments. Quotes from El desierto de lo Da spararsi un colpo in bocca.

The truth is I have no talent in choosing Italian literature and no friends or acquaintances who read it and whose opinions I can rely on.

Queste sono cose che posso capire, tutti viviamo dei momenti simili. Consigliato, ma con riserva. And, to my knowledge, the few authors I actually read, one book each, unfortunately, are de Amicis, Svevo, Pirandello and Eco. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I don’t love it. Well, I reread it a month or two ago and I was disappointed.


And, so, time flies, and quite suddenly, at least so it seems, he is an old man. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Chissa’ se questa negativita’ era un sentimento profondo e intimo dell’autore o piuttosto un atteggiamento cultural-chic. Dino Buzzati Traverso was an Italian novelist, short story writer, painter and poet, as well as a journalist for Corriere della Sera.

E con questo libro di Buzzati ho vissuto per tutta la vicenda questa vicinanza. I gave it up after 40 pages or so due to my lack of patience. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Tarrtaros spararsi un colpo in bocca. I just lie there. Thanks for telling us about the problem. And I so easily could have.

El desierto de los tártaros by Dino Buzzati (3 star ratings)

The Tartar Steppewhile a means to an end, isn’t an offensive means. Trivia About The Tartar Steppe. But I certainly wouldn’t steer people away from it either. Woven into the dion is the threat of war from the north that fades in and out without ever fully dissipating. Smashed up against the walls of life, where time moves differently than desires.

El desierto de los tártaros

Looking back, I find it disturbingly sad. On subsequent visits to his home town and family, he sees how alien his former world has become, spurring him to cherish the fort even more. Other sleepy people deadeyed and forward stare. And this book is probably great. The nature of this book may remind some of the works of Franz Kafka or Samuel Beckett.


The commonly cited likeness to Kafka’s work in both The Trial and The Castlewhile relevant to the shared paradigm of ‘helpless victim of a powerful faceless bureaucracy,’ do not extend much beyond the superficial, as Buzzati’s concerns regarding this paradigm are less integral to the text than Kafka’s were in his work, and in fact feel overshadowed by the damaging effects living in a perpetual anticipatory state have on the trajectory of Drogo’s life.

Ti lascia con gli occhi sgranati e l’animo pensieroso, realisticamente allo specchio, come una rivelazione personale.

He has neat ideas, and he presents them subtly, easily, and you find that the reading is gripping, even if the storyline is not.

As time goes by, however, he sees the beauty of the fort and comes to enjoy his surroundings. Buzzati is, undoubtedly, a terrific writer.

Disappointed at first by the loss of youth and innocence and the burden of manhood thrust upon him, Drogo at first wishes to leave.

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View all 4 comments. Forse l’ho letto in un periodo sbagliato in cui un corso degli eventi estremamente lento non era adatto. The slow dripping water torture of boring life wearing you down, adding wrinkles, fat; where is my youth?

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