Luigi Pirandello

One, None and a Hundred-thousand

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A seemingly ordinary man's world shatters when his wife points out a minor physical flaw. This sparks an existential crisis in Vitangelo Moscarda, as he realizes everyone perceives him differently, creating "a hundred thousand" versions of himself. Trapped by societal masks and questioning his own sanity, Vitangelo embarks on a radical journey to break free and discover his true identity. This thought-provoking novel by Luigi Pirandello explores the fluidity of self, the power of perception, and the struggle for authenticity in a world obsessed with masks.
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