From the Front [Artico]
Seen a century later as one enormous theater, Europe’s battlefields had been the stage of an incredible drama. In this context, roles disappeared substituted by a universal pain that erased enmities: from Turkish to Australia, from Canada to Hungary, England, US, Germany, Belgium, Italy and Catalonia, soldiers’ records narrate the experience of a shared hell, lived with no difference between opposite flags. This Zibaldone tries to retrace this worldwide feeling through the recollection of excerpts of diaries and letters from the fronts.
This book was printed in the United States.