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The Woman of Rome Novel by Alberto Moravia
The Woman from Rome (Italian: La romana) is a 1947 novel by Alberto Moravia about the intersecting lives of many characters, chief among them a prostitute (whose mother is also a prostitute) and an idealistic intellectual who, after an interrogation by the Fascist officers, during which he betrays his colleagues (for …
- Book Cover Type : Paperback
- ISBN : 9786005140637
- Language(s): Persian (Farsi)
- Persian Title: کتاب وقتی مجبوری سرت را به دیوار بکوبی اثر آلبرتو موراویا
The Woman of Rome Book
This Book “The Woman of Rome” is written by Alberto Moravia. Alberto Moravia was born in Via Sgambati in Rome, Italy, to a wealthy middle-class family. His Jewish Venetian father, Carlo, was an architect and a painter. His Catholic Anconitan mother, Teresa Iginia de Marsanich, was of Dalmatian origin. His family had interesting twists and developed a complex cultural and political character. The brothers Carlo and Nello Rosselli, founders of the anti-fascist resistance movement Giustizia e Libertà, murdered in France by Benito Mussolini’s order in 1937, were paternal cousins and his maternal uncle, Augusto De Marsanich, was an undersecretary in the National Fascist Party cabinet. ShopiPersia is the largest sales reference for Iranian traditional music albums. Experience the pleasure of buying directly from Iran with us. We ship worldwide.
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|Persian Title||کتاب وقتی مجبوری سرت را به دیوار بکوبی اثر آلبرتو موراویا|
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