Definition of Pirandello, Luigi in English:

Pirandello, Luigi

Syllabification: Pi·ran·del·lo, Luigi
Pronunciation: /ˌpirənˈdelō
 
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( 1867–1936), Italian playwright and novelist. His plays, including Six Characters in Search of an Author (1921) and Henry IV (1922), challenged the conventions of naturalism. Notable novels: The Outcast (1901) and The Late Mattia Pascal (1904). Nobel Prize for Literature (1934).

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