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Lulu & I
Marble Creek Waterfall
last menu 2005
5 Workers, Scaffolding and a Ladder
Tom's Diner interior
Fog over Germany
A poison dart frog in my front yard in Manoa Valley
Tom's Diner Ledgewood, NJ
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Feet
The beauty after the storm
One, No One and One Hundred Thousand
Tern with Chick
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Colorful kids toys photo shoot
a camping trip in Georgia
Riding in Marrakech
ears in a quiet field
off to work
Run away groom
A seagull grabbing an early morning drink
Gondola in Mekong River
Portrait of a Cheetah
16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
One, No One and One Hundred Thousand

To fully understand the poetics of the Sicilian writer Luigi Pirandello, it is of fundamental importance to dwell on his essay entitled "The Humor" published, for the first time, in 1908. In this work there is, in particular, a reference to the novel "One, No One and One Hundred Thousand". Two subjects with similar somatic features, are opposed to two different horizons; separated by a headless statue, symbol of the "dismay of blind necessities, of things that can not be changed [...]"

TAGS: Identity, Italy, People, Statue

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Roma, Italy
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© Marco Coppolino.
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Date Taken: 12.2017
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