The ‘corporate’ corruption of identity in Tullio Avoledo’s Lo stato dell’ Unione
Ania, G 2011, 'The ‘corporate’ corruption of identity in Tullio Avoledo’s Lo stato dell’ Unione' , in: Specchi di realtà: aspetti del rapporto tra narrativa e società in Italia dopo il 1989 , Trauben Edizioni, Turin, Dublin, pp. 9-22.
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Since the political upheavals of the early 1990s, Italian writers have continually confronted issues of political identity, particularly in view of the fascistic tendencies that are increasingly polluting society. It is in this context that Tullio Avoledo, a writer from Friuli, continues the strong Italian tradition of impegno, or ‘commitment’. This essay examines his third novel, Lo stato dell’unione (Turin, Einaudi, 2005), addressing specifically the two closely-linked, destabilizing – for the individual – elements of corruption and conspiracy in the business world.
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|Themes:||Memory, Text and Place
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|Date Deposited:||20 Oct 2011 11:29|
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