Author. Born in Cuba and raised in Italy, his career as a writer spanned nearly four decades. Two of his first fictional works were inspired by his participation in the Italian Resistance: "The Path to the Nest of Spiders," and the collection of stories entitled "Adam, One Afternoon, and Other Stories." Calvino's whimsical and imaginative fables made him one of the Italy's finest postwar writers. Some of his major works include: "If on a Winter's Night a Traveller," "The Baron in the Trees" and "Invisible Cities."
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