Why Read the Classics? by Martin L. McLaughlin, Italo Calvino

Why Read the Classics?

Martin L. McLaughlin, Italo Calvino

nonfiction classics essays challenging reflective slow-paced

288 pages | first published 1991


From the internationally acclaimed author of some of this century's most breathtakingly original novels comes this posthumous collection of thirty-six literary essays that will make any fortunate reader view the old classics in a dazzling new ligh...
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