Ginzburg's Point of View in her Novel "Family Sayings" Book Review by Top Papers

This is a response written about Natalia Ginzburg on her book, "Family Sayings." Ginzburg writes about her family members, but yet she calls it a novel. Ginzburg writes descriptively about the characters in her family and she uses real names. It is ...
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Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (Italian)


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This is a response written about Natalia Ginzburg on her book, "Family Sayings." Ginzburg writes about her family members, but yet she calls it a novel. Ginzburg writes descriptively about the characters in her family and she uses real names. It is important to try to understand the story from her point of view. One of the questions that is addressed is whether the book is an autobiograpy or novel.

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Response Paper on "Family Sayings" by Natalia Ginzburg The novel, "Family Sayings" by Natalia Ginzburg tells the story of her family and her life. Ginzburg tells the story of her family without being overly emotional about different situations and family members. Ginzburg writes about her family describing them so the reader can gain a visual image of them while being overly emotional or attached about different family members. "Family Sayings" is a book that discusses the family and friends of Natalia Ginzburg, but at times it is difficult to understand the purpose of the book. Is the book an autobiography or is it a novel? Understanding the purpose

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