Un'anima persa


Un’anima persa is a novel by Giovanni Arpino. The novel takes place in Turin in the 1960s and it is written in form of a diary, similarly to La suora giovane, one of the most famous works of the author’s. Literary critic Lorenzo Mondo saw in this novel a representation of madness similar to the one described by Louis Stevenson in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mister Hyde.
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original title: Un'anima persa
date of publication: 1966
genre: novel
narrative location: Turin

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