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La ciociara by Alberto Moravia
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La ciociara (original 1957; edition 2003)

by Alberto Moravia, Tonino Tornitore

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Realistic drama of an Italian widow who, along with her young daughter, are brutally raped by Allied soldiers in World War II.
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Title:La ciociara
Authors:Alberto Moravia
Other authors:Tonino Tornitore
Info:Milano : Bompiani, 2003
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  alessandragg | Apr 14, 2020 |
Kirja kertoo roomalaisesta kauppiasnaisesta, joka joutuu toisen maailmansodan takia lähtemään Roomasta maaseudulle pakoon lähes aikuisen tyttärensä kanssa. Lyhyt pakomatka venyy 9 kuukauden mittaiseksi ja samalla naiset näkevät sodan tuhoavan kaiken ympäriltään.

Kirjan näkökulma on kiinnostava. Vuorille paenneet ihmiset odottavat englantilaisten saapumista uskoen, että sen jälkeen kaikki muuttuu hetkessä hyväksi. Monille on sama, kumpi osapuoli voittaa – pääasia on, että päästäisiin nopeasti normaaliin elämään. Tässäkin kirjassa sota tuo ihmisissä esiin kaikki huonoimmat puolet. Epätoivoisia ihmisiä on helppo käyttää hyväksi.
http://kirjamieli.blogspot.com/2009/09/alberto-moravia-kaksi-naista.html ( )
  marjis76 | Sep 13, 2009 |
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Ah, those good days when I was a young bride and left my native village and came to Rome!
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