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Naples "44

Francesco Patierno

Naples "44

by Francesco Patierno

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British Personal narratives,
  • Film adaptations,
  • World War, 1939-1945,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    Based on a memoir by a British intelligence officer, chronicles the life in Naples soon after its liberation from Nazi forces in 1944.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesNaples " forty-four, Naples "44 (Motion picture)
    Statementproduced by Davide Azzolini, Francesca Barra ; written and directed by Francesco Patierno
    ContributionsCumberbatch, Benedict, 1976- narrator, Lewis, Norman
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD733.I83 N37 2018
    The Physical Object
    Format[videorecording] /
    Pagination1 videodisc (85 min.)
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26959117M
    LC Control Number2018004124

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The most popular of Lewis's twenty-seven books, Naples '44 is a landmark poetic study of the agony of wartime occupation and its ability to bring out the worst, and often the best, in human nature.

In prose both heartrending and comic, Lewis describes an era of disillusionment, escapism, and hysteria in which Naples 44 book Allied occupiers mete out Cited by: 2. NAPLES '44 details, via diary entries no doubt reworked for the book's mids publication, Norman Lewis' experience as a community liaison between the Allied occupiers and the locals, in the devastated Southern Italian metropolis of Naples following the Nazi withdrawal of September /5.

Norman Lewis's travel book Naples '44 is justly celebrated for its portrait of a war-torn city and its desperate people. It also contains, argues Gillian Darley, the best account of the eruption. Norman Lewis (–) was one of the greatest English-language travel writers. He was the author of thirteen novels and fourteen works of nonfiction, including Naples ’44, The Tomb in Seville, and Voices of the Old served in the Allied occupation of Italy during World War II, and reported from Mafia-ruled Sicily and Vietnam under French-colonial rule, among other : Open Road Media.

Naples ‘44 is a diary set in the aftermath of the Allied liberation of Southern Italy. Lewis had a great affinity for Italy which enhances his account of the struggle of a people in abject poverty.

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A feat of editing and research, “Naples ’44,” directed by Francesco Patierno, is taken from a memoir by Norman Lewis. As a British intelligence officer during World War II, Mr. Lewis. Naples ' A Wartime Diary In Norman Lewis arrived in newly liberated Naples.

His memoir evocatively captures a city devastated by fascism, bombings, Nazi occupation and the. Naples '44, by Norman Lewis, is a compilation of diary entries from famous author and British World War II veteran, Norman Lewis.

Lewis is a young officer serving as a British intelligence agent. He lands in Italy with the Fifth Army, after much of the country has been taken back from the Axis Powers and Mussolini has surrendered and died.

Colorful details don't change the sense that "Naples '44" is essentially an abridged version of a much more detailed work. It seems less a full-fledged movie than a trailer for a book%. Naples ’44 Read by Nicholas Boulton unabridged. Naples ’44 is an unflinching autobiographical account of a year in Naples after the armistice and Allied landings in Sorrento in Working as a British counterintelligence officer under the Allied occupation, Lewis documents the rich pageant of life in the city and its surrounding areas.

“Vivid, lucid, elegant, often funny,” Naples ’44 is the starkly human account of the true cost of war as seen through the eyes of a young, untested man who would never again look at his world the same way (The New York Times Book Review). An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Naples '44 Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Directed by Francesco Patierno. With Benedict Cumberbatch, Adriano Giannini, Alan Arkin, Ernest Borgnine.

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The most popular of Lewis's twenty-seven books, Naples'44 is a landmark poetic study of the agony of wartime occupation and its ability to bring out the worst, and often the best, in human nature.

In prose both heartrending and comic, Lewis describes an era of disillusionment, escapism, and hysteria in which the Allied occupiers mete out. Buy a cheap copy of Naples '44 book by Norman Lewis. As a young intelligence officer stationed in Naples following its liberation from Nazi forces, Norman Lewis recorded the lives of a proud and vibrant people forced Free shipping over $Cited by: 2.

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There is suffering and squalor: criminal gangs are on.Genre/Form: Diaries History Personal narratives Personal narratives, British: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lewis, Norman. Naples ' London: Collins.