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The Leopard Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa

The Leopard By Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa

The Leopard by Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa


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The Leopard: Vintage Quarterbound Classics by Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa

A beautiful hardback edition of the great Italian classic.

'Historical fiction at its best' The Week

It is the spring of 1869 and there is talk of revolution in Sicily.

Fabrizio, the charismatic Prince of Salina, still rules over thousands of acres and hundreds of people, including his own numerous family, in mingled splendour and squalor.

But then comes Garibaldi's landing on the Scicilian coast.

As Garibaldi's forces press inland, the Prince must decide whether to resist the forces of change or come to terms with them.

'Every once in a while...one stumbles on a book or a writer, and the impact is like an indelible mark. Lampedusa's The Leopard, his only novel, and a masterpiece, is such a work' Independent

'The poetry of Lampedusa's novel flows into the Sicilian countryside...a work of great artistry' Peter Ackroyd

Vintage Quarterbound Classics: Bound to be beautiful

About Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa

Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa was a Sicilian nobleman, Duke of Parma and Prince of Lampedusa. He was born in Palermo in 1896 and died in Rome in 1957. He lived the life of a literary dilettante, was familiar with the great literatures of the world, and was widely travelled. Much of Lampedusa's other work is collected in The Siren and Other Writings.

Additional information

NGR9781784879648
9781784879648
1784879649
The Leopard: Vintage Quarterbound Classics by Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa
New
Hardback
Vintage Publishing
2024-04-04
272
N/A
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