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  Curzio Malaparte
Curzio Malaparte was born Erich Suckert in Prato, near Florence.
His mother was an Italian, and his father, Erwin Suckert, a German Protestant.
At the age of sixteen he enlisted in the Garibaldian League and served on the French front until May 1915.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /malapart.htm   (1464 words)

  
 Zoetrope: All-Story: Back Issues
  Curzio Malaparte was born Kurt Erich Suckert in Prato, a few miles from Florence, in 1898.
The contradictions and displacements that marked his entire life began at conception: his father was a German who had emigrated to Italy for business reasons, his mother was a beautiful middle-class girl from Milan.
But I hope that he would approve, or at least be intrigued, given the multiplicity of the creative forms he himself employed, the languages he spoke, and the roles he played throughout the first half of this contentious century.
www.all-story.com /issues.cgi?action=show_story&story_id=26&tImage=back   (1416 words)

  
 ARNES News arhiv / - Re: Croatian Terrorists (1)
Reality: This statement is literally a work of fiction taken from the novel Kaputt by Curzio Malaparte (Kurt Suckert, also known as Gianni Strozzi).
That the Allies won the War through the devices of a "homosexual maquis," flags of human skin, and an Allied general who served his guests a boiled child are all included in Malaparte's fare.
He was born Kurt Erich Suckert in 1898 in Prato, Italy of Austrian, Russian and Italian descent.
www.arnes.si /news/archive/soc.culture.slovenia/msg24645.html   (1403 words)

  
 LitWeb.net
Curzio Malaparte was born in Prato, near Florence.
His father, Erwin Suckert, was a German and his mother was an Italian.
At the age of sixteen he enlisted in the Garibaldian League and served on the French front until May 1915.
www.biblion.com /litweb/biogs/malaparte_curzio.html   (518 words)

  
 Croatia Myth&Reality: The basket of human eyeballs
Reality: This statement is literally a work of fiction taken from the novel Kaputt by Curzio Malaparte (Kurt Suckert, also known as Gianni Strozzi).
That the Allies won the War through the devices of a "homosexual maquis," flags of human skin, and an Allied general who served his guests a boiled child are all included in Malaparte's fare.
He was born Kurt Erich Suckert in 1898 in Prato, Italy of Austrian, Russian and Italian descent.
wap.macedonia.org /myth/eyes.html   (1252 words)

  
 Curzio Malaparte
Kurt Suckert (1898-1957) is rooted in his origin -- German father, Italian mother.
He likes the idea of the fascist New Man, so in 1926 he adopts a new persona by changing his name to Curzio Malaparte (a crafty play on "Kurt" and "Bonaparte"), a manufactured Mediterranean handle that seems to sit well with the image of the fascist fl shirt.
Yet he's always in contradiction, a loose canon for whom propaganda is just another form of poetry.
www.culturecourt.com /B/LR/Malaparte/Malaparte.htm   (2616 words)

  
 The Very Best Books : Kaputt (New York Review Books Classics)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
It may change your life, and if it does not, it will change your sense of what and how literature...
Curzio Malaparte is the pseudonym of Kurt Erich Suckert, born in South Tirol (part of Italy).
As a reporter he travelled extensively through German-occupied Europe during the Second World War and did not shun the front lines.
elise.com /store/1590171470/Kaputt_New_York_Review_Books_Classics.html   (419 words)

  
 Yule Heibel’s Post Studio © 2003-2006 » Lost my seat
One was built by a bachelor man, the other was cultivated by an oft-married woman whose many children ran away as soon as they could.
The man is Curzio Malaparte, born in 1898 as Kurt Erich Suckert in Prato Italy to a German father and an Italian mother, his house is the famous Casa Malaparte on the Punta Massullo on the eastern end of the island of Capri.
The woman is Cougar Annie, born in 1888 as Ada Annie Jordan in Sacramento California to a father so cruel and domineering, he tied Annie’s pet dog to the back leg of a horse, which then kicked the dog to death.
blogs.law.harvard.edu /yulelog/2005/09/30/lost-my-seat   (1187 words)

  
 BOOKFORUM | Summer 2006
These fierce looks belie a personality reputed to be oversize, gregarious, playfully argumentative, a bit catlike.
Curzio Malaparte was born Kurt Erich Suckert in Prato in 1898.
In January 1925, Mussolini preempted investigation of the Matteotti affair by assembling the Chamber of Deputies and declaring a dictatorship.
www.bookforum.com /archive/sum_06/indiana.html   (3494 words)

  
 Curzio Malaparte (1898-1957) - pseudonym of Kurt Erich Suckert » Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
Curzio Malaparte (1898-1957) - pseudonym of Kurt Erich Suckert » Biography
Curzio Malaparte (1898-1957) - pseudonym of Kurt Erich Suckert
And at least this year, I would like to enjoy Capri’s summer in my own house, before I become too old.” (from Malaparte’s letter to Carlo A. Talamona, in Casa Malaparte by Marida Talamona, 1992)
authors.stealthsettings.com /curzio-malaparte-1898-1957-pseudonym-of-kurt-erich-suckert.html   (1451 words)

  
 LA PEAU - Curzio [Kurt Erich Suckert] Malaparte - Rare Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
LA PEAU - Curzio [Kurt Erich Suckert] Malaparte - Rare Books
Home > Signed Books > LA PEAU by Malaparte, Curzio [Kurt Erich Suckert]
LA PELLE/LA PEAU is a surrealistic tale of the degradation of moral and social values in Naples, following liberation by the Allies, a place where everything was for sale.
www.biblio.com /ltd/book/16669087.html   (111 words)

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