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Calvino

[ kal-vee-noh; Italian kahl-vee-naw ]

noun

  1. I·ta·lo [ee, -tah-law], 1923–85, Italian novelist.


Calvino

/ kælˈviːnəʊ /

noun

  1. CalvinoItalo19231985MItalianWRITING: novelistWRITING: short-story writer Italo. 1923–85, Italian novelist and short-story writer. His works include Our Ancestors (1960) and Invisible Cities (1972)


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They were unlikely prophets locked in telepathic mind-meld, their images periodically warping on the surface of the mirror, a sonic parallel to the shifty dual-identity deceptions of Italo Calvino or Nabokov.

The one I for sure wanted to say was “The Dinosaurs” by Italo Calvino.

Under the direction of Doctor Calvino, nearly every acre of the Station has been devoted to some useful purpose.

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