Year of publication: 1987
Little misunderstandings of no importance Stories by Antonio Tabucchi NOTE Baroque writers loved ambiguity. Calderon, and others with him, made ambiguity into a metaphor for the world. I suppose that they were moved by faith that, on the day when we awaken from the dream of living, our earthly ambiguity will finally be explained. I, too, speak of ambiguities, but its not so much that I like them I am driven, rather, to seek them out. Misunderstandings, uncertainties, belated understandings, ...
Keywords: Italian Short Stories