[pir-uh n-del-oh; Italian pee-rahn-del-law]
- Lu·i·gi [loo-ee-jee] /luˈi dʒi/, 1867–1936, Italian dramatist, novelist, and poet: Nobel prize 1934.
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Let us not miss the latter, especially, in the complex mood of all Pirandello's theatre.
All of Pirandello's plays are built for acting, and only incidentally for reading.
It is one of the plays of Pirandello that has had considerable success on the stage.
It would be a mistake to convey the impression that Pirandello is universally admired in Italy.
Without such attention and thought the subtleties of Pirandello often escape the reader.
- Luigi (luˈiːdʒi). 1867–1936, Italian short-story writer, novelist, and dramatist. His plays include Right you are (If you think so) (1917), Six Characters in Search of an Author (1921), and Henry IV (1922): Nobel prize for literature 1934