Mura, Piero (2017) Grazia Deledda. Lettere ad Andrea Pirodda (1891-1899). Doctoral Thesis.
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The materials presented here are only a small part of the materials traced and collect till now. They are 190 letters from Grazia Deledda to Andrea Pirodda.
We can see the change of a provincial young girl into the most translated Italian woman writer and read in 900s. Those letters reppresent a kind of diary about a period of vocational training that began from 1892 to the end of 1899 and also about the events, often painful, of her life.
Grazia begin to know better herself and use her experience on her characters into her novels. This way of writing gave her new life chances in comparison with her living environment and, throgh it, she has been able to achieve success and fame.
If the letter is a way of self-consciousness and affirmation, it can show the ethic, literary and theoretical evolution stages too. It’s a literary collection work to raise awareness on the importance of the letters as a better way to express herself and «her strong faith in life, in youth and in the future».
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