Definition of Pavese, Cesare in English:

Pavese, Cesare

Line breaks: Ce¦sare Pa¦vese
Pronunciation: /paˈveɪzeɪ
 
, -zi/
( 1908–50), Italian novelist, poet, and translator. He is best known for his last novel La Luna e i falò (1950), in which he portrays isolation and the failure of communication as a general human predicament.

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