MLA 2008--San Francisco: Pirandello Society Panels
Topic: Pirandellian Moods: Narrative, Film, Theatre into the Twenty-first Century.
Arthur Livingston, an early Pirandello translator and scholar, identified in Pirandello's works a "complex mood," a "mysterious symbolism made up of terror, and rebellion, and pity, and human kindness." For contemporary critics, directors, performers, spectators and writers: how do Pirandellian extremes cross over or interlace; how does the complex mood of Pirandello’s work resonate in the 21st century?
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