As written elsewhere (Cat. Nr. 46) this book is an important guide, one of a few, for the work at the Museum. "Italo Calvino gave us a small vademecum, so that the world, with its old age, its problems and anxieties, does not find us not prepared": writes Gian Carlo Roscioni on of the flap of the book.The book contains text for five of six lessons that Italo Calvino was inviteded to give at Harvard University in 1985-1986. He died before leaving for Harvard and before having written the sixth lesson on "Consistency".
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