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A number of other works by Tabucchi were adapted for the stage and screen. These included Notturno Indiano Indian Nocturne,which describes the journey of its narrator through India in a mysterious, metaphysical search for a lost friend.
Directed by Alain Corneau, Nocturne Indienthe film version starring Jean-Hugues Anglade, effectively captured the melancholy piazza ditalia antonio tabucchi the original.
In the aftermath of the controversy following the publication of Salman Rushdie's The Satanic VersesTabucchi was one of the piazza ditalia antonio tabucchi members, inof the International Parliament of Writers, an organisation that highlights censorship and incursions into writers' freedom around the world.
While a lover of Portugal, he was no fan of misplaced linguistic nationalism. Jo-Ann Cannon explores each writer's denunciation of societal ills in two complementary texts.
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Another peculiarity of the novel that brings on the comparison with ONHS is that there are piazza ditalia antonio tabucchi Garibaldos in the family. Of course it doesn't get to the point of having 33 Aurelianos in Macondo, but it's another hint that indicates a probable admiration from Tabucchi to the before mentioned Latin American masterpiece.
Another peculiarity of the novel that brings on the comparison with ONHS is that there are two Garibaldos in the family. Of course it piazza ditalia antonio tabucchi get to the point of having 33 Aurelianos in Macondo, but it's another hint that indicates a probable admiration from Tabucchi to the before mentioned Latin American masterpiece.