by Italo Calvino
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"If my book Cities remains invisible to me that when I think there are more things said, perhaps because it has been able to concentrate on a single symbol all my thoughts, experiences and speculation." Once referring to himself, Italo Calvino - one of the writers most important and instigating the second half of the twentieth century - in this amazing book, in which the city ceases to be a geographical concept to become the symbol of the complex and inexhaustible human existence.
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