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  • Author:
    Giovanni Guareschi
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    8817995169
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    978-8817995160
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    Rizzoli - RCS Libri (April 13, 2007)
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Giovannino Oliviero Giuseppe Guareschi (Italian: ; 1 May 1908 – 22 July 1968) was an Italian journalist, cartoonist and humorist whose most famous creation is the priest Don Camillo.

Giovannino Oliviero Giuseppe Guareschi (Italian: ; 1 May 1908 – 22 July 1968) was an Italian journalist, cartoonist and humorist whose most famous creation is the priest Don Camillo. Giovannino Guareschi was born into a middle-class family in Fontanelle di Roccabianca, Province of Parma, in 1908. He always joked about the fact that he, a big man, was baptized Giovannino, a name meaning "little John" or "Johnny".

Don Camillo is one of the best creations of Italian literature If you are learning Italian this is the book for you. It contains several wonderful easy to read stories. Includes comprehension questions.

Don Camillo is one of the best creations of Italian literature. I loved every word! I highly recommend it to anyone interested in Italian society in the 1940's. If you are learning Italian this is the book for you. 3 people found this helpful.

Don Camillo (Italian: ) is a character created by the Italian writer and journalist Giovannino Guareschi, whose name, and some of his character, is based on an actual Roman Catholic priest.

Don Camillo (Italian: ) is a character created by the Italian writer and journalist Giovannino Guareschi, whose name, and some of his character, is based on an actual Roman Catholic priest, World War II partisan and detainee at the concentration camps of Dachau and Mauthausen, named Don Camillo Valota (1912–1998).

ISBN-13: 978-8817053235.

Da "I racconti del Mondo Piccolo" di Giovanni Guareschi. ark:/13960/t2c866g6f.

Don Camillo: Mondo piccolo The Little World of Don Camillo (Don Camillo Giovannino Guareschi Don Camillo is a character created by the Italian writer and journalist Giovannino Guareschi, whose name, and some of hi. .

Don Camillo: Mondo piccolo The Little World of Don Camillo (Don Camillo Giovannino Guareschi Don Camillo is a character created by the Italian writer and journalist Giovannino Guareschi, whose name, and some of his character, is based on an actual Roman Catholic priest, World War II partisan and detainee at the concentration camps of Dachau and Mauthausen, named Don Camillo.

Also by Giovanni Guareschi. The little world of don camillo. Don camillo and his flock. by GIOVANNI GUARESCHI. Translated by FRANCES FRENAYE. All saints press, inc – new york. 1st printing August, 1961. It is printed from brand-new plates made from completely reset, clear, easy-to-read type. All Saints Press, In. 630 Fifth Avenue.

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Seven stories of the "little world" of the Bassa (rural Emilia-Romagna) after the war, drawn from Don Camillo e il Suo Gregge:

1. La bicicletta - Don Camillo's bicycle is stolen, but he will reform the thief whether the latter likes it or not.

2. Gli spiriti - Peppone investigates a haunted house while at the same time don Camillo unearths a wartime scandal. The two inquiries intersect, with tragic, but inevitable results.

3. Abbondanza e Carestia (Feast and Famine) - "Carestia" is a bicycle racer, born for adventure. "Abbondanza" is a beautiful, but very dutiful seamstress. Somehow the two wed, but their life together is not fated to be smooth.

4. Legnate matrimoniali - A Romeo and Juliet story with perhaps a bit more realism than is comfortable. Paolina is the daughter of Rocchi, an old-school Catholic father - we're talking Inquisition-level "old school" here. Falchetto is the "brains" of the local Communist party. No, don Camillo doesn't give them poison to help them get together, but that might have been easier than the course they do adopt.

5. Fulmine detto Ful - Don Camillo finds the world's best hunting dog, which he then, reluctantly, returns to its owner. However, when the owner turns out to be a scoundrel of the first order, don Camillo and Peppone decide to teach him a lesson.

6. Vittoria proletaria - Stalin has died, a matter of grief for the Communists, but of joy to staunch Catholics like old lady Desolina. For Peppone, however, neither grief nor joy stands in the way of a good business proposition.

7. L'anello - When the war ends, the local podestà (Fascist mayor) must flee. The Biolchi family takes advantage of the situation, and moves into their abandoned villa. But there is one more thing that Gisa Biolchi really wants.

As the above summaries may indicate, the "little world" here is anything but innocent. Yes, Guareschi is a "comic" author, but in the course of these stories there are murders, suicide, child and animal abuse, unwanted pregnacies, riots, political strife, beatings - even a police shootout. Fortunately, don Camillo and Peppone, despite their conflicting ideologies, usually manage to apply some sort of rough justice to the situation.

In terms of difficulty, there is regular use of all the various verb forms and, given the older, semi-rural setting, a good amount of less-familiar vocabulary. But Guareschi's writing style is clear and straightforward, aside from the occasional wry observation. So I would rate this book solidly at the "B" level of the Easy Readers/Facili Letture.
Mildorah
Spesso si legge un libro e quando si vede il film che ne è stato tratto si resta delusi. O al contrario si vede un bel film e viene voglia di leggere il libro da cui è tratto e si resta altrettanto delusi.
I film su Peppone e don Camillo sono famosissimi, sicuramente più del libro, e molto piacevoli Ma il libro non è affatto una delusione, anzi! E' pieno di poesia, di umorismo e di saggezza. E mette di buon umore. Penso che Guareschi come scrittore non abbia la fama che meriterebbe ed è un peccato.
Anche l'edizione è buona, c'è solo qualche pecca marginale (poche righe con parole tutte unite)e i disegni sono ben riprodotti. Vale decisamente la modesta spesa.
Amerikan_Volga
This is a true masterpiece, a classic--what else is there to be said??
happy light
I got this to practice my Italian and it's perfect for that. Don Camillo was very popular when I was young, in the 50s; but his style is a bit dated by now.
GWEZJ
Don Camillo is one of the best creations of Italian literature. I loved every word! I highly recommend it to anyone interested in Italian society in the 1940's.
Ral
I've read probably all of the books on "Don Camillo". They are fantastic, funny and a really great pass time. Highly recomend the whole series on "Don Camillo".
Weiehan
If you are learning Italian this is the book for you. It contains several wonderful easy to read stories. Includes comprehension questions. Great book!
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