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  • Author:
    Nuto Revelli
  • ISBN:
    8806133659
  • ISBN13:
    978-8806133658
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    Einaudi; [1. ed. - Coralli] edition (1994)
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    177 pages
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Il disperso di Marburg (1994). Information from the Italian Common Knowledge.

Il disperso di Marburg (1994). Il disperso di Marburg. Original publication date. I Coralli Einaudi (). I protagonisti Famiglia Cristiana.

Il disperso di Marburg book. Nella primavera del '44 un militare tedesco usciva a cavallo. Il disperso di Marburg isn't one of Revelli's great books (which are Il mondo dei vinti, La strada del davai, L'anello forte, and maybe La guerra dei poveri), but it makes a good introduction to his work. It's simply a straightforward investigation into the killing of an enemy soldier in the vicinity of Cuneo in the last year of the Second World War.

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Benvenuto "Nuto" Revelli (21 July 1919, Cuneo, Piedmont – 5 February 2004) was an Italian essayist and partisan.

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Il disperso di Marburg di Nuto Revelli. The remaining chapter is entrusted to Giancarlo Allen, founder member and national secretary of the National Association of Bioecological Architecture, Italian judge of the international Commission at ‘Konstruktiv’ Prize

Il disperso di Marburg di Nuto Revelli. The remaining chapter is entrusted to Giancarlo Allen, founder member and national secretary of the National Association of Bioecological Architecture, Italian judge of the international Commission at ‘Konstruktiv’ Prize. Furthermore he has written about the Paraloup’s project and the international Liechtenstein Prize concerning sustainable building and refurbishment in the Alps (special mention to Paraloup), one of the most important action of the Alpine Convention.

Nuto Revelli (1919–2004) war ein italienischer Partisan in der Resistenza des Piemont und Schriftsteller und Historiker. 1994 erschien „Il Disperso di Marburg, 1996 in deutscher Übersetzung „Der verschollene Deutsche. Erzählt wird eine Episode aus dem italienischen Widerstandskampf gegen italienische Faschisten und deutsche Wehrmachtsoldaten in Norditalien. 1944 wird dort von Partisanen ein deutscher Wehrmachtsoffizier getötet, dessen Leiche versteckt werden muß.

Italian historical non-fictions, such as Leonardo Sciascia’s inchieste, Nuto Revelli’s Il disperso di Marburg and Wu Ming’s Asce di guerra, and the masterpieces of Italian, European and American microhistory.

We will probe these questions of large import for both literary historians and historians through an examination of Alessandro Manzoni’s Storia della Colonna Infame, Italian historical non-fictions, such as Leonardo Sciascia’s inchieste, Nuto Revelli’s Il disperso di Marburg and Wu Ming’s Asce di guerra, and the masterpieces of Italian, European and American microhistory.

Among his varied publications, Nuto Revelli (1919–2004) produced three collections of oral testimonies gathered from the contadini (peasants) of Piedmont: La strada del davai, Il. .

Among his varied publications, Nuto Revelli (1919–2004) produced three collections of oral testimonies gathered from the contadini (peasants) of Piedmont: La strada del davai, Il mondo dei vinti and L’anello forte.

see Nuto Revelli, Il disperso di Marburg, Turin, Einaudi, 1994Google Scholar. Alessandro Portelli, The Massacre at Civitella Val di Chiana (Tuscany, June 29, 1944. Myth and Politics, Mourning and Common Sense, The Battle of Valle Giulia. Oral History and the Art of Dialogue, Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1997, pp. 140–60. Lia Albertelli, La prima volta alle Fosse Ardeatine, in Giorno dipioggia alle Fosse, Rome, 1945, pp. 21–22.

Torino, Einaudi, 1994, 16mo brossura con copertina illustrata a colori, pp. 174 (I Coralli, 15).

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This tiny booklet requires today a brief explanation to be fully appreciated. It stems as a late evolution of the Italian literature on the Italian-German interaction after WWII, summarizing the phases it went through. Nuto Revelli, participated to the whole Italian war experience starting from Russia, from where as an officer of the Alpini of the Tridentina Division he managed to return home to rapidly switch to the other side where he fought with the partisan brigades in the Region of Cuneo. He was remembered for his strict discipline towards his troops and often cruel decisions. After the war he emerged as a knowledgeable expert on partisan history and studies. The beginning of his writer career saw studies on partisans, on WWII and fascism, on the poor farmers of his home country, on women and displaced communities. In 1994 he wrote this short story as a diary of the research of the true identity of a young German officer apparently killed without reason near Cuneo during the last year of war. The story is very simple, just entries from his diary often many months apart which report conversations, enquiries, trips and investigative work eventually leading to a well balanced reconstruction of the officer's personality and the events that lead to his death. The officer was killed by “chance”, by “error”, because it was the easiest and most practical decision to take in those circumstances, and probably he was a “good German”, if in those times “good Germans” could have existed. But behind this simple narrative there are many themes which have characterized Italian/German interactions during the difficult reconstruction of an “European” aggregation. For years Italy has had a deep resentment and hate toward her German ally and foe, but at the same time a deep admiration of all that was German, efficient, rational, trustworthy in comparison to the perceived defects of the Italian Nation of inefficiency, inconsistency, untrustworthiness, lack of self-determination. Revelli’s investigation, though germinating from a personal curiosity on a dispersed and unaccounted for German soldier finds its solution only through the efficiency of the German military records and the help of a young German historian with whom he collaborates. At the end of the book one has the impression of forgiveness of a Nation towards another, that obviously requires a strong will power and empathy for the common suffering determined by war.
The book had a big success and even though it is not Revelli’s most important work I believe it will be one of those he will be remembered for.
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In "Il disperso di Marburg" we find ourselves caught up in the investigations of Nuto Revelli in to the disappearance of a 'good German' soldier during the German occupation of Italy in 1943-45. Initially, unused to the diary/journal format of the book we can find ourselves slightly disinterested. However, this is quickly overcome as we get caught up in Revelli's own investigations. An expert in his field, that of investigative historian, he gathers oral testimony, searches Italian and German military records, overturns every stone in an effort to get to the root of the mystery. Gripping as the investigation proceeds, "il disperso di Marburg" also provides excellent insight into attitudes of Italians to Germans both during the German occupation of Italy, and also post war. Overall, a gripping and informative text which is also thoroughly enjoyable!