Luoghi, tradizioni e diritti nell’opera di Vasilij Grossman

Cattura MICHELE ROSBOCH – CDCT Working Paper 28-2014/ELC17

Abstract: The purpose of this article is to underline – starting from the analysis of the novel Life and Fate by Russian novelist Vasilij Grossman – the essential elements of the contrast between the value of the individual and ideology, as it potently emerged during the Second World War. The cities of Berdičev and Stalingrad stand as a symbol of that irreducible conflict, witnessing both episodes of violence and the renaissance of individual’s rights starting from the rediscovery of tradition and the absolute value of human liberty.


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