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To the reader of other Calvino works, this duality in character should not come as a full surprise, but the dynamic does not work as well when the the character possesses no magical or spectacular quality.

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Refresh and try again. A boys’ adventure story. And some cute parts, and some exciting parts, and some interesting parts — creative solutions to practical problems of not being able copwci touch ground. Without giving away the ending, the story finishes with a graceful return to nature, forcing the reader to ask: Lists with This Book. Preview — Baronul din copaci by Italo Calvino.

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It was the love so long awaited by Cosimo and which had now inexplicably arrived, and so lovely that he could not imagine how he had even thought it lovely before. Some of his writing has been called postmodernreflecting on literature and the act of reading, while some has been labeled magical realist, others fables, others simply “modern”. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Independence dn the obvious theme of the novel, by exploring the decision to live in an unconventional way yet choosing to remain actively engaged in the activities and politics of those on the ground.


This was not a bad book, though it seemed to drag on once the novelty of the boy in the trees began to wear thin.

His style is not easily to classify; much of his writing has an air reminiscent to that of fantastical fairy tales Our Ancestors, Cosmicomicsalthough sometimes his writing is more “realistic” and in the scenic mode of observation Difficult Lovesfor example.

This is obviously the work of someone with a decent literary education who knows to wear it lightly; but it is equally the kind of thing a young man perhaps a young woman, too keen to be considered someone varonul intelligence and taste, and in possession of a certain degree of erudition, loves to love.

Bandit with literary fetish. The story ends with the death technically the disappearance of Cosimo. Charming little tale, but definitely not my style.

Bronul lives a pretty dull life despite his treebound existence, and the ending is not satisfying. Sorry to all those of you who think it’s wonderful.

But I get it that some people would find this book appealing. I really wanted to like this book.

View all 5 comments. For more mature readers however, with less to prove, I suspect this arboreal jaunt will come across as a little wanting. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Italo Calvino was born in Cuba and grew up in Italy. And the thing newest to him was that it was so simple, and the boy at that moment thought it must be like that always.


Despite these failures in the technical and conceptual arenas, the book communicates a somewhat stereotypical, but nonetheless important message: What if someone decided to go live in the trees? I think the idea is clever, and I think if the book were a children’s novel, ddin written accordingly, it would be much more enjoyable. I found this book extremely dull and quit after about pages. This book is bwronul yet featured on Listopia. Whether this cleverness masks a deeper layer of sagacity I am at a loss to say, since I am of the philosophy that style is content.

Laurel rated it did not like it Apr 28, Dhiaeddine rated it did not like it Oct 30, This book would have made a really great short story. Premetto che ho apprezzato Marcovaldo, Baronull visconte dimezzato, le Cosmicomiche, quindi non ho niente contro Calvino. This quirky novella covered the life of Cosimo who as a 12 year old boy climbed in a tree and remained in the trees for the rest of his life. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

His style is baronuk easily to classify; much of his writing has an air reminiscent to Italo Calvino was born in Cuba and grew up in Italy.