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“What are the best Italian Literature books?” We looked at 529 different titles, aggregating and ranking the entries in an attempt to answer that very question!

Welcome to our first entry for our first country of what we hope is a long running series of the best books from around the world. For our first country, we decided to go with Italy. We choose Italy because they have a long interesting history of culture to draw from. It definitely isn’t because we have a trip planned there later this year…

Anyway, we chose 7 different Italy related list ideas, creating entries for all of them.

The lists we made are:

Below you can find the top 24 books, all appearing on 3 or more lists, with images, summaries, and links. The remaining 500+ books, all appearing on 2 or fewer lists, as well as the articles we used are at the bottom of the page.

Happy Scrolling!



The Top Italian Literature Of All-Time



24 .) Arturo’s Island by Elsa Morante

Arturo’s Island Elsa Morante

Lists It Appears On:

  • Italian Notes
  • Scaruffi
  • Five Books

ON A SMALL ISLAND in the Tyrrhenian Sea there lives a boy as innocent as a seabird. Arturo’s mother is dead; his father away. Black-clad women care for him, give him the freedom to come and go as he likes. Then the father returns with a new wife, Nunziata, a girl barely older than Arturo. At first hatred and contempt are all the boy feels for his stepmother. In time, Arturo and Nunziata re-create the tragedy and passion that are as old as the history of men and women.

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23 .) Foucault’s Pendulum by Umberto Eco

Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco

Lists It Appears On:

  • Rome Is Home
  • Goodreads
  • Scaruffi

Bored with their work, three Milanese editors cook up “the Plan,” a hoax that connects the medieval Knights Templar with other occult groups from ancient to modern times. This produces a map indicating the geographical point from which all the powers of the earth can be controlled―a point located in Paris, France, at Foucault’s Pendulum. But in a fateful turn the joke becomes all too real, and when occult groups, including Satanists, get wind of the Plan, they go so far as to kill one of the editors in their quest to gain control of the earth.

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22 .) Italian Journey 1786-88 by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Italian Journey by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Lists It Appears On:

  • Rick Steves 2
  • The Guardian
  • Rome Is Home

Goethe’s account of his passage through Italy from 1786 to 1788 is a great travel chronicle as well as a candid self-portrait of a genius in the grip of spiritual crisis.

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21 .) Jerusalem Delivered by Torquato Tasso

Jerusalem Delivered by Torquato Tasso, Anthony Esolen

Lists It Appears On:

  • Bartleby
  • Italy 101
  • Goodreads

Torquato Tasso was a 19th century Italian poet. His most famous poem was La Geruslalemme Liberata. Jerusalem Delivered was written in 1580. This poem is an imaginative version of the fighting between Christian and Muslims in the final months of the First Crusade during the siege of Jerusalem. The poem is in the Italian epic style with strict unity of plot and heightening poetic diction. The action of the epic revolves around Armida, the beautiful witch, sent forth by the infernal senate to sow discord in the Christian camp. Amida’s love of a crusading knight turns her faith to Christianity. The poem is full of adventure, conflict and romance.

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20 .) Mastro Don Gesualdo by Giovanni Verga

Mastro-don Gesualdo- Edizione critica by Giovanni Verga

Lists It Appears On:

  • Rome Is Home
  • Scaruffi
  • Goodreads

It’s the story of a Sicilian peasant who rises to the aristocracy, ruffling feathers at all social levels, and it’s a masterpiece of 19th century realism. Scotland on Sunday D.H. Lawrence’s translation brings to life the Sicily of the 19th century. It will appeal to readers of classic fiction or anyone interested in Sicily.

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19 .) My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante

My Brilliant Friend (L'amica geniale #1) by Elena Ferrante

Lists It Appears On:

  • Tuscan Traveler
  • The Local It
  • Italian Notes

“A modern masterpiece from one of Italy’s most acclaimed authors, My Brilliant Friend is a rich, intense, and generous-hearted story about two friends, Elena and Lila. Ferrante’s inimitable style lends itself perfectly to a meticulous portrait of these two women that is also the story of a nation and a touching meditation on the nature of friendship.
The story begins in the 1950s, in a poor but vibrant neighborhood on the outskirts of Naples. Growing up on these tough streets the two girls learn to rely on each other ahead of anyone or anything else. As they grow, as their paths repeatedly diverge and converge, Elena and Lila remain best friends whose respective destinies are reflected and refracted in the other. They are likewise the embodiments of a nation undergoing momentous change. Through the lives of these two women, Ferrante tells the story of a neighborhood, a city, and a country as it is transformed in ways that, in turn, also transform the relationship between her protagonists, the unforgettable Elena and Lila.”

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18 .) That Awful Mess on the Via Merulana by Carlo Emilio Gadda

That Awful Mess on the Via Merulana by Carlo Emilio Gadda

Lists It Appears On:

  • Rick Steves 2
  • NYRB
  • Goodreads

In a large apartment house in central Rome, two crimes are committed within a matter of days: a burglary, in which a good deal of money and precious jewels are taken, and a murder, as a young woman whose husband is out of town is found with her throat cut. Called in to investigate, melancholy Detective Ciccio, a secret admirer of the murdered woman and a friend of her husband’s, discovers that almost everyone in the apartment building is somehow involved in the case, and with each new development the mystery only deepens and broadens. Gadda’s sublimely different detective story presents a scathing picture of fascist Italy while tracking the elusiveness of the truth, the impossibility of proof, and the infinite complexity of the workings of fate, showing how they come into conflict with the demands of justice and love.

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17 .) The Baron in the Trees by Italo Calvino

The Baron In The Trees (I nostri antenati #2) by Italo Calvino

Lists It Appears On:

  • Barnes & Noble
  • Italy 101
  • Rome Is Home

Cosimo, a young eighteenth-century Italian nobleman, rebels by climbing into the trees to remain there for the rest of his life. He adapts efficiently to an arboreal existence and even has love affairs.

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16 .) The Sixteen Pleasures by Robert Hellenga

The Sixteen Pleasures by Robert Hellenga

Lists It Appears On:

  • Tuscan Traveler
  • Rick Steves 2
  • Rick Steves

“Margot Harrington, an American volunteer in Florence, is an expert at book conservancy. While struggling to save a waterlogged convent library, she comes across a fabulous volume of sixteen erotic drawings by Giulio Romano, accompanying sixteen steamy sonnets by Pietro Aretino. When first published over four centuries ago, the Vatican ordered all copies destroyed. This one—now unique—volume has survived.

The abbess prevails upon Margot to save the order’s finances by selling the magnificently illustrated erotica discreetly—meaning without the bishop’s knowledge.”

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15 .) The Truce by Primo Levi

The Truce- A Survivor's Journey Home from Auschwitz (Auschwitz Trilogy #2) by Primo Levi

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads
  • Rome Is Home

With the moral stamina and intellectual poise of a twentieth-century Titan, this slightly built, dutiful, unassuming chemist set out systematically to remember the German hell on earth, steadfastly to think it through, and then to render it comprehensible in lucid, unpretentious prose. He was profoundly in touch with the minutest workings of the most endearing human events and with the most contemptible.

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14 .) Confessions of an Italian by Ippolito Nievo

Confessions of an Italian (Penguin Classics) by Ippolito Nievo

Lists It Appears On:

  • Bartleby
  • Scaruffi
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Goodreads

At the age of eighty-three and nearing death, Carlo Altoviti has decided to write down the confessions of his long life. Throughout, Carlo has lived for his two great passions: his dream of a unified, free Italy and his undying love for the magnificent but inconstant Pisana. Peopled by a host of unforgettable characters, this epic historical novel intertwines the remarkable story of one man’s life and the history of Italy’s unification.

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13 .) If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler by Italo Calvino

If on a Winter's Night a Traveler by Italo Calvino

Lists It Appears On:

  • Italy 101
  • Rome Is Home
  • Goodreads
  • Scaruffi

If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler turns out to be not one novel but ten, each with a different plot, style, ambience, and author, and each interrupted at a moment of suspense. Together they form a labyrinth of literatures, known and unknown, alive and extinct, through which two readers, a male and a female, pursue both the story lines that intrigue them and one another.

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12 .) Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino

Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Rick Steves 2
  • Italy 101
  • Rome Is Home

In a garden sit the aged Kublai Khan and the young Marco Polo — Mongol emperor and Venetian traveler. Kublai Khan has sensed the end of his empire coming soon. Marco Polo diverts his host with stories of the cities he has seen in his travels around the empire: cities and memory, cities and desire, cities and designs, cities and the dead, cities and the sky, trading cities, hidden cities. As Marco Polo unspools his tales, the emperor detects these fantastic places are more than they appear.

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11 .) The Late Mattia Pascal by Luigi Pirandello

The Late Mattia Pascal by Luigi Pirandello

Lists It Appears On:

  • Scaruffi
  • Barnes & Noble
  • NYRB
  • Goodreads

Mattia Pascal endures a life of drudgery in a provincial town. Then, providentially, he discovers that he has been declared dead. Realizing he has a chance to start over, to do it right this time, he moves to a new city, adopts a new name, and a new course of life—only to find that this new existence is as insufferable as the old one. But when he returns to the world he left behind, it’s too late: his job is gone, his wife has remarried. Mattia Pascal’s fate is to live on as the ghost of the man he was.

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10 .) The Solitude of Prime Numbers by Paolo Giordano

The Solitude of Prime Numbers by Paolo Giordano

Lists It Appears On:

  • Italian Literature
  • Scaruffi
  • Charming Italy
  • Goodreads

A prime number is a lonely thing. It can only be divided by itself or by one, and it never truly fits with another. Alice and Mattia are both “primes”-misfits haunted by early tragedies. When the two meet as teenagers, they recognize in each other a kindred, damaged spirit. Years later, a chance encounter reunites them and forces a lifetime of concealed emotion to the surface. But can two prime numbers ever find a way to be together? A brilliantly conceived and elegantly written debut novel, The Solitude of Prime Numbers is a stunning meditation on loneliness, love, and what it means to be human.

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9 .) Zeno’s Conscience by Italo Svevo

Zeno's Conscience by Italo Svevo

Lists It Appears On:

  • Scaruffi
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Goodreads
  • Five Books

Long hailed as a seminal work of modernism in the tradition of Joyce and Kafka, and now available in a supple new English translation, Italo Svevo’s charming and splendidly idiosyncratic novel conducts readers deep into one hilariously hyperactive and endlessly self-deluding mind. The mind in question belongs to Zeno Cosini, a neurotic Italian businessman who is writing his confessions at the behest of his psychiatrist. Here are Zeno’s interminable attempts to quit smoking, his courtship of the beautiful yet unresponsive Ada, his unexpected–and unexpectedly happy–marriage to Ada’s homely sister Augusta, and his affair with a shrill-voiced aspiring singer. Relating these misadventures with wry wit and a perspicacity at once unblinking and compassionate, Zeno’s Conscience is a miracle of psychological realism.

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8 .) If This Is a Man by Primo Levi

If This Is a Man (Auschwitz Trilogy #1) by Primo Levi

Lists It Appears On:

  • Rome Is Home
  • Goodreads
  • Balliol
  • Goodreads
  • Rome Is Home

With the moral stamina and intellectual poise of a twentieth-century Titan, this slightly built, dutiful, unassuming chemist set out systematically to remember the German hell on earth, steadfastly to think it through, and then to render it comprehensible in lucid, unpretentious prose. He was profoundly in touch with the minutest workings of the most endearing human events and with the most contemptible.

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7 .) The Betrothed by Alessandro Manzoni

The Betrothed by Alessandro Manzoni

Lists It Appears On:

  • Bartleby
  • Scaruffi
  • Barnes & Noble
  • The Local It
  • Goodreads

Set in Lombardy during the Spanish occupation of the late 1620s, The Betrothed tells the story of two young lovers, Renzo and Lucia, prevented from marrying by the petty tyrant Don Rodrigo, who desires Lucia for himself. Forced to flee, they are then cruelly separated, and must face many dangers including plague, famine and imprisonment, and confront a variety of strange characters – the mysterious Nun of Monza, the fiery Father Cristoforo and the sinister ‘Unnamed’ – in their struggle to be reunited. A vigorous portrayal of enduring passion, The Betrothed’s exploration of love, power and faith presents a whirling panorama of seventeenth-century Italian life and is one of the greatest European historical novels.

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6 .) The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri

The Divine Comedy (La Divina Commedia #1-3) by Dante Alighieri

Lists It Appears On:

  • Rick Steves 2
  • Rick Steves
  • Italy 101
  • Goodreads
  • Rome Is Home

“The Divine Comedy is Dante’s record of his visionary journey through the triple realms of Hell, Purgatory and Paradise. This, the first ‘epic’ of which its author is the protagonist and his individual imaginings the content, weaves together the three threads of Classical and Christian history; contemporary Medieval politics and religion; and Dante’s own inner life including his love for Beatrice, to create the most complex and highly structured long poem extant.

Through the depths of Hell in the Inferno, and upwards along the mountain of Purgatory in the Purgatorio, Dante is guided by Virgil, the great poet of the Classical Roman Empire, exploring, as he does so, the political, ethical and religious issues of his time. Dante in his own life, and in this epic, represents a ‘party of one’, desirous of purifying the Church on the one hand, and the Holy Roman Empire on the other, yet caught between those two great worldly powers, and turning to literature to make his voice heard.

From the summit of Purgatory, Dante ascends in the Paradiso, guided by Beatrice, into the celestial Paradise, where love, truth and beauty intertwine in his great vision of the Christian revelation. Yet the Commedia is essential reading not merely for Christians, poets, and historians, but for anyone struggling with issues of morality, the ethical framework of society, and the challenge of living the true life.”

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5 .) The Garden of the Finzi-Continis by Giorgio Bassani

The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (Il romanzo di Ferrara #3) by Giorgio Bassani

Lists It Appears On:

  • Scaruffi
  • Goodreads
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Rome Is Home
  • The Local It

The story of a wealthy, insular Jewish family in Fascist Italy just before the outbreak of World War II.

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4 .) The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco

The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco

Lists It Appears On:

  • Scaruffi
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Italy 101
  • Rome Is Home
  • Goodreads

The year is 1327. Franciscans in a wealthy Italian abbey are suspected of heresy, and Brother William of Baskerville arrives to investigate. When his delicate mission is suddenly overshadowed by seven bizarre deaths, Brother William turns detective. His tools are the logic of Aristotle, the theology of Aquinas, the empirical insights of Roger Bacon—all sharpened to a glistening edge by wry humor and a ferocious curiosity. He collects evidence, deciphers secret symbols and coded manuscripts, and digs into the eerie labyrinth of the abbey, where “the most interesting things happen at night.”

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3 .) Christ Stopped at Eboli by Carlo Levi

Christ Stopped at Eboli- The Story of a Year by Carlo Levi

Lists It Appears On:

  • Barnes & Noble
  • The Local It
  • Italian Notes
  • The Guardian
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Goodreads

It was to Lucania, a desolate land in southern Italy, that Carlo Levi―a doctor, painter, philosopher, and man of letters―was confined as a political prisoner because of his opposition to Italy’s Fascist government at the start of the Ethiopian war in 1935. While there, Levi reflected on the harsh landscape and its inhabitants, peasants who lived the same lives their ancestors had, constantly fearing black magic and the near presence of death. In so doing, Levi offered a starkly beautiful and moving account of a place and a people living outside the boundaries of progress and time.

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2 .) The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio

The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio

Lists It Appears On:

  • Italy 101
  • Scaruffi
  • Rick Steves 2
  • Rick Steves
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Goodreads
  • Rome Is Home

The Decameron , is a collection of novellas by the 14th-century Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio (1313–1375). The book is structured as a frame story containing 100 tales told by a group of seven young women and three young men sheltering in a secluded villa just outside Florence to escape the Black Death, which was afflicting the city. Boccaccio probably conceived the Decameron after the epidemic of 1348, and completed it by 1353. The various tales of love in The Decameron range from the erotic to the tragic. Tales of wit, practical jokes, and life lessons contribute to the mosaic. In addition to its literary value and widespread influence (for example on Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales), it provides a document of life at the time. Written in the vernacular of the Florentine language, it is considered a masterpiece of classical early Italian prose.

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1 .) The Leopard by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

The Leopard by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

Lists It Appears On:

  • Rome Is Home
  • Rick Steves 2
  • Italy 101
  • The Local It
  • Goodreads
  • Italian Notes
  • The Guardian

Set in the 1860s, The Leopard tells the spellbinding story of a decadent, dying Sicilian aristocracy threatened by the approaching forces of democracy and revolution. The dramatic sweep and richness of observation, the seamless intertwining of public and private worlds, and the grasp of human frailty imbue The Leopard with its particular melancholy beauty and power, and place it among the greatest historical novels of our time.

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The Remaining Best Italian Novels



 

#BookAuthorLists
(Books Appear On 2 Lists Each)
25A Room with a ViewE. M. ForsterRick Steves 2
Rick Steves
26AdoneGiambattista MarinoGoodreads
Bartleby
27ArcadiaIacopo SannazzaroScaruffi
Bartleby
28ArtemisiaAnna BantiBarnes & Noble
Scaruffi
29Birth of VenusSarah DunantRick Steves 2
Rick Steves
30Bread and WineIgnazio SiloneBarnes & Noble
Rome Is Home
31ContemptAlberto MoraviaNYRB
Goodreads
32Death in the Mountains: The True Story of a Tuscan MurderLisa CliffordRick Steves 2
Rick Steves
33DialoguesGalileo GalileiGoodreads
Bartleby
34Family SayingsNatalia GinzburgRome Is Home
Balliol
35Galileo’s DaughterDava SobelRick Steves 2
Rick Steves
36GomorrahRoberto SavianoGoodreads
Italian Notes
37HistoryElsa MoranteGoodreads
Rome Is Home
38I’m Not ScaredNiccolò AmmanitiRick Steves 2
Italian Notes
39Il Barone RampanteItalo CalvinoBalliol
Scaruffi
40Il Cavaliere InesistenteItalo CalvinoScaruffi
Goodreads
41Il Piacere: The PleasureGabriele D’AnnunzioScaruffi
Rome Is Home
42La Cognizione del DoloreCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
Scaruffi
43La Diceria dell’UntoreGesualdo BufalinoGoodreads
Scaruffi
44La Luna e i Falo`Cesare PaveseScaruffi
NYRB
45La secchia rapitaAlessandro TassoniBartleby
Goodreads
46One, No One, and One Hundred ThousandLuigi PirandelloGoodreads
Scaruffi
47Orlando FuriosoLudovico AriostoGoodreads
Bartleby
48Orlando InnamoratoMatteo Maria BoiardoBartleby
Goodreads
49Quer Pasticciaccio Brutto de Via MerulanaCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
Scaruffi
50SaulVittorio AlfieriGoodreads
Bartleby
51The Abruzzo TrilogyIgnazio SiloneItalian Notes
Rome Is Home
52The Adventures Of PinocchioCarlo CollodiNYRB
Goodreads
53The Agony and the EcstasyIrving StoneRick Steves 2
Rick Steves
54The Day of the OwlLeonardo SciasciaRick Steves 2
NYRB
55The HouseGiovanni VergaBarnes & Noble
Rome Is Home
56The IndifferentAlberto MoraviaGoodreads
Scaruffi
57The Light in the PiazzaElizabeth SpencerRick Steves 2
Rick Steves
58The Path to the Nest of SpidersItalo CalvinoGoodreads
Rome Is Home
59The PrinceMachiavelliItaly 101
Rome Is Home
60The Professor and the SirenGiuseppe Tomasi di LampedusaItaly 101
NYRB
61The Silent DuchessDacia MarainiScaruffi
Barnes & Noble
62The Terra-Cotta DogAndrea CamilleriCharming Italy
Italian Notes
63The ViceroysFederico De RobertoGoodreads
Scaruffi
64The Wine Dark SeaLeonardo SciasciaRome Is Home
NYRB
65To Each His OwnLeonardo SciasciaGoodreads
NYRB
(Books Appear On 1 List each)
66A Beam of LightAndrea CamilleriTuscan Traveler
67A Bell for AdanoJohn HerseyRick Steves 2
68A day in the life of ancient Rome: Daily life, Mysteries, and CuriositiesCharming Italy
69A Soldier of the Great WarMark HelprinRick Steves 2
70A Thread of GraceMary Doria RussellRick Steves 2
71Accoppiamenti giudiziosiCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
72Achille piè veloceStefano BenniItalian Literature
73Adam, One Afternoon, and Other StoriesItalo CalvinoRome Is Home
74ÆsopPoggio BraccioliniBartleby
75Æsthetics
Philosophy
Criticism
Benedetto CroceBartleby
76After the DivorceGrazia DeleddaBarnes & Noble
77Agamennone – MirraVittorio AlfieriGoodreads
78AGOSTINOAlberto MoraviaNYRB
79Altri LibertiniPierVittorio TondelliScaruffi
80Amadigi,Bernardo TassoBartleby
81AmoriGiambattista MarinoGoodreads
82Amorum Libri: The Lyric Poems Of Matteo Maria BoiardoMatteo Maria BoiardoGoodreads
83An Italian EducationTim ParksThe Guardian
84AnacreonticsJacopo VittorelliBartleby
85ApologiaLorenzino de’ MediciBartleby
86AracoeliElsa MoranteScaruffi
87Aretino’s DialoguesPietro AretinoBarnes & Noble
88AS A MAN GROWS OLDERItalo SvevoNYRB
89As God commandsNiccolò AmmanitiCharming Italy
90Asino dAgnolo FirenzuolaBartleby
91Assedio di FirenzeFrancesco Domenico GuerrazziBartleby
92AutobiographyBenvenuto CelliniBartleby
93AvvertimentiLionardo SalviatiBartleby
94Bacco in ToscanaFrancesco RediBartleby
95Baldus,Teofilo Folengo (Merlin Cocai)Bartleby
96BalladesLuigi CarrerBartleby
97BananasMarco TravaglioItalian Literature
98Bananas IIMarco TravaglioItalian Literature
99Bar Sport DuemilaStefano BenniGoodreads
100BassvillianaVincenzo MontiBartleby
101BaudolinoUmberto EcoGoodreads
102Beautiful RuinsJess WalterRick Steves 2
103Beautiful SummerCesare PaveseGoodreads
104Blood and BeautySarah DunantTuscan Traveler
105BOREDOMAlberto MoraviaNYRB
106Burlesque poetryIl BurchielloBartleby
107Burlesque poetry,Francesco BerniBartleby
108Calcio: a History of Italian FootballJohn FootThe Guardian
109CancroreginaTommaso LandolfiScaruffi
110CantiGiacomo LeopardiGoodreads
111Canti del CaosAntonio MorescoScaruffi
112CanzonetteLeonardo GiustinianBartleby
113CanzoniLorenzo de’ MediciBartleby
114Canzoniere, Prose, AsolaniPietro BemboBartleby
115Capricci del bottaio, CirceGiambattista GelliBartleby
116Cascasse il mondoMatteo MaffucciItalian Literature
117Cene,Anton Francesco Grazzini (Il Lasca)Bartleby
118CentiloquioAntonio PucciBartleby
119Christias, De arte poeticaMarco Girolamo VidaBartleby
120Cinema naturaleGianni CelatiItalian Literature
121Clash of Civilizations Over an Elevator in Piazza VittorioAmara LakhousAmerican In Rome
122ComediesGiacinto GallinaBartleby
123ComediesPaolo FerrariBartleby
124Comedies, memoirsCarlo GoldoniBartleby
125Comedies, scienceGiambattista della PortaBartleby
126Con gli Occhi ChiusiFederigo TozziScaruffi
127Confessions of ZenoItalo SvevoBarnes & Noble
128Contropassato ProssimoGuido MorselliScaruffi
129Conversazione in SiciliaElio VittoriniScaruffi
130CorporalePaolo VolponiScaruffi
131Cosi Fan TuttiMichael DibdinThe Guardian
132CosimaGrazia DeleddaBarnes & Noble
133CosmicomicsItalo CalvinoRome Is Home
134CriticismAntonio CesariBartleby
135CriticismFrancesco de SanctisBartleby
136CriticismPietro GiordaniBartleby
137CriticismRuggero BonghiBartleby
138Criticism
Poetry
Giacomo ZanellaBartleby
139Criticism Elegantiarum latinæ linguæLorenzo VallaBartleby
140D.H. Lawrence and Italy: Twilight in Italy, Sea and Sardinia, Etruscan PlacesD. H. Lawrence, Anthony BurgessRome Is Home
141De begraafplaats van PraagUmberto EcoGoodreads
142De Morbo gallicoGirolamo FracastoroBartleby
143De Naam van de Roos & NaschriftUmberto EcoGoodreads
144De oude uit de bergenGrazia DeleddaGoodreads
145De VoyeurAlberto MoraviaGoodreads
146Death at La FeniceDonna LeonRick Steves 2
147Death in Venice and Other TalesThomas MannRick Steves 2
148Della famigliaLeone Battista AlbertiBartleby
149Della perfezione della politicaPaolo ParutaBartleby
150Della pitturaLeonardo da VinciBartleby
151Della republica fiorentinaDonato GiannottiBartleby
152Della tirannideVittorio AlfieriGoodreads
153Dialoghi in lingua rustica,Angelo Beolco (Il Ruzzante)Bartleby
154Dialoghi moraliGiordano BrunoBartleby
155Dialogo dei massimi sistemiTommaso LandolfiGoodreads
156Dialogues,Sperone SperoniBartleby
157DiariesMarin SanudoBartleby
158Didone abbandonataPietro MetastasioGoodreads
159Disputationes CamaldulensesCristoforo LandinoBartleby
160DittamondoFazio degli UbertiBartleby
161Divina ForestaGiuseppe BonaviriScaruffi
162Doctrinal sermonsPaolo SegneriBartleby
163Don Giovanni in SiciliaVitaliano BrancatiScaruffi
164Don’t moveMargaret MazzantiniCharming Italy
165Dovunque EternamenteSimona RondoliniLit Hub
166È una vita che ti aspettoFabio VoloItalian Literature
167EcatomithiGiambattista Giraldi CinzioBartleby
168EditorAldo ManuzioBartleby
169Elegia di Madonna FiammettaGiovanni BoccaccioScaruffi
170EliantoStefano BenniItalian Literature
171Elogia virorum illustriumPaolo GiovioBartleby
172EndimioneBenedetto Cariteo (Gareth)Bartleby
173EQUAL DANGERLeonardo SciasciaNYRB
174ErnestoUmberto SabaBarnes & Noble
175Essays, letters, dialoguesFrancesco AlgarottiBartleby
176Essays, philosophyTerenzio MamianiBartleby
177Ettore FieramoscaMassimo Taparelli d’AzeglioBartleby
178Falling in LoveDonna LeonTuscan Traveler
179Fata MorganaGianni CelatiItalian Literature
180FiabeCarlo GozziBartleby
181FilippoVittorio AlfieriGoodreads
182FilocoloGiovanni BoccaccioScaruffi
183Folk poetryAntonio Cammelli (Il Pistoia)Bartleby
184FontamaraIgnazio SiloneGoodreads
185Fratelli d’ItaliaAlberto ArbasinoScaruffi
186Frusta letterariaGiuseppe BarettiBartleby
187Gente nel TempoMassimo BontempelliScaruffi
188Girone il cortese, La coltivazioneLuigi AlamanniBartleby
189Giunte alle prose del BemboLodovico CastelvetroBartleby
190Gli Anni perdutiVitaliano BrancatiScaruffi
191he Garden of the Finzi-ContinisFive Books
192Het Eiland van de Vorige DagUmberto EcoGoodreads
193HilarotragediaGiorgio ManganelliScaruffi
194Historia FlorentinaLeonardo BruniBartleby
195Historiarum DecadesFlavio BiondoBartleby
196HistoriesCaterino DavilaBartleby
197HistoriesGuido BentivoglioBartleby
198HistoryBernardo DavanzatiBartleby
199HistoryPasquale VillariBartleby
200History
Journalsim
Guglielmo FerreroBartleby
201History
Novels
Cesare CantùBartleby
202History of NaplesPietro CollettaBartleby
203History of the United StatesCarlo BottaBartleby
204History, criticismDaniello BartoliBartleby
205Hypnerotomachia PoliphiliFrancesco ColonnaScaruffi
206I cento passiBalliol
207I costumi degli italiani I : un eroe modernoGianni CelatiItalian Literature
208I costumi degli itlaiani II: il benessere arriva in casa PucciGianni CelatiItalian Literature
209I delitti e le peneCesare BeccariaBartleby
210I Giorni dell’Abbandono/ The Days of AbandonmentElena FerranteScaruffi
211I giorni innocenti della guerraMario FortunatoItalian Literature
212I killGiorgio FalettiCharming Italy
213I MalavogliaGiovanni VergaGoodreads
214I sepolcriUgo FoscoloBartleby
215I sogni e la folgore and Giornale di guerra e di prigioniaCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
216I viaggi la morteCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
217I, ClaudiusRobert GravesRick Steves 2
218If Not Now, When?Primo LeviRome Is Home
219Ik haal je op, ik neem je meeNiccolò AmmanitiGoodreads
220Il bavaglioMarco TravaglioItalian Literature
221Il casellanteAndrea CamilleriItalian Literature
222Il Castellano, Sofonisba, Italia liberata dai GotiGiovanni Giorgio TrissinoBartleby
223Il castello di UdineCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
224Il comandante del fiumeUbah Cristina Ali FarahLit Hub
225Il CortegianoBaldassare CastiglioneBartleby
226Il Deserto dei TartariDino BuzzatiScaruffi
227Il GalateoGiovanni Della CasaBartleby
228Il GattopardoGiuseppe TomasiScaruffi
229Il Giocatore InvisibileGiuseppe PontiggiaScaruffi
230Il giornoGiuseppe PariniBartleby
231Il giorno del giudizioSalvatore SattaGoodreads
232Il giorno in piùFabio VoloItalian Literature
233Il Malmantile racquistatoLorenzo (Lippo) LippiBartleby
234Il Mar delle BlatteTommaso LandolfiScaruffi
235Il mare non bagna NapoliAnna Maria OrteseBalliol
236Il Mulino del PoRiccardo BacchelliScaruffi
237Il paradiso degli AlbertiGiovanni Gherardi da PratoBartleby
238Il Partigiano JohnnyBeppe FenoglioScaruffi
239Il PecoroneGiovanni FiorentinoBartleby
240Il PodereFederigo TozziScaruffi
241Il primo libro delle favoleCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
242Il Principe Di Niccolo Macchiavelli Cittadino E Segretario Figrentino: E La Mente Di Un Uomo Di Stato (1849)Niccolò MachiavelliGoodreads
243Il QuadriregioFederigo FrezziBartleby
244Il RicciardettoNiccolò ForteguerriBartleby
245Il Salto MortaleLuigi MalerbaScaruffi
246Il Silenzio del LottatoreRossella MiloneLit Hub
247Il Sorriso dell’Ignoto MarinaioVincenzo ConsoloScaruffi
248Il tempo che vorreiFabio VoloCharming Italy
249Il treno dell’ultima notteDacia MarainiItalian Literature
250Il Visconte DimezzatoItalo CalvinoScaruffi
251In de ban van mijn vaderSandro VeronesiGoodreads
252Inferno (The Divine Comedy #1)Dante AlighieriGoodreads
253Iragguagli di ParnasoTrajano BoccaliniBartleby
254IsolinaDacia MarainiItalian Literature
255It’s Hard to Talk about YourselfNatalia GinzburgRome Is Home
256Italian FolktalesItalo CalvinoThe Local It
257Italian HoursHenry JamesRome Is Home
258Kalme chaosSandro VeronesiGoodreads
259KAPUTTCurzio MalaparteNYRB
260L’arte di perdere pesoMario FortunatoItalian Literature
261L’IguanaAnnamaria OrteseScaruffi
262L’Umana AvventuraAlberto BevilacquaScaruffi
263L’UnitàItalo CalvinoRome Is Home
264L’assaggiatriceGiuseppina TorregrossaLit Hub
265La Bocca del LupoRemigio ZenaScaruffi
266La Casa in CollinaCesare PaveseScaruffi
267La ChimeraSebastiano VassalliScaruffi
268La Conchiglia di AnatajCarlo SgorlonScaruffi
269La Figlia Oscura/ The Lost DaughterElena FerranteScaruffi
270La grammatica di DioStefano BenniItalian Literature
271La Madonna dei FilosofiCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
272La meccanicaCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
273La NoiaAlberto MoraviaScaruffi
274La scomparsa dei fattiMarco TravaglioItalian Literature
275La Trilogia: La rabbia e l’orgoglio – La forza della ragione – Oriana Fallaci intervista sé stessa – L’ApocalisseOriana FallaciGoodreads
276La vampa d’agostoAndrea CamilleriItalian Literature
277La Vita EternaFerdinando CamonScaruffi
278Last Letters of Jacopo OrtisUgo FoscoloGoodreads
279Latin poetryBattista MantuanusBartleby
280Latin poetryGiovanni PontanoBartleby
281Le apiGiovanni RucellaiBartleby
282Le Baron perchéItalo CalvinoGoodreads
283Le KDino BuzzatiGoodreads
284Le meraviglie d’Italia and I Luigi di FranciaCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
285Le mie prigioniSilvio PellicoBartleby
286Le Nozze di Cadmo e ArmoniaRoberto CalassoScaruffi
287Le parole tra noiLalla RomanoLit Hub
288Le rivoluzioni di ItaliaCarlo DeninaBartleby
289Le Terre del SacramentoFrancesco JovineScaruffi
290Le veglic di NeriRenato FuciniBartleby
291Lettera semiseria di GrisostomoGiovanni BerchetBartleby
292Lettere virgilianeSaverio BettinelliBartleby
293LettersAndrea CalmoBartleby
294LettersCatherine of SienaBartleby
295LettersColuccio SalutatiBartleby
296Libera Nos a MaloLuigi MeneghelloScaruffi
297Life of Saint ColumbineFeo BelcariBartleby
298Literary HistoryAlessandro D’AnconaBartleby
299Little Novels of Sicily by Giovanni VergaFive Books
300Lives of Painters and SculptorsGiorgio VasariBartleby
301Lo cunto de li cuntiGiambattista BasileBartleby
302Lo scherno degli deiFrancesco BraccioliniBartleby
303Lo ScialoVasco PratoliniScaruffi
304Lo Stadio di WimbledonDaniele Del GiudiceScaruffi
305Lucrezia BorgiaMaria BellonciRick Steves 2
306Luoghi naturaliMario FortunatoItalian Literature
307LyricsCarlo Innocenzo FrugoniBartleby
308LyricsFulvio TestiBartleby
309LyricsGabriello ChiabreraBartleby
310LyricsGiacomo LeopardiBartleby
311LyricsIppolito PindemonteBartleby
312LyricsLodovico SergardiBartleby
313LyricsVincenzo da FilicaiaBartleby
314MalavogliaGiovanni VergaScaruffi
315Marco ViscontiTommaso GrossiBartleby
316Marcovaldo, of De seizoenen in de stadItalo CalvinoGoodreads
317Maria ZefPaola DrigoBarnes & Noble
318Maxims and Reflections: RicordiFrancesco GuicciardiniGoodreads
319MelodramasPietro MetastasioBartleby
320Melodramas, scholarshipApostolo ZenoBartleby
321MemoirsGiacomo CasanovaBartleby
322MEMOIRS OF LORENZO DA PONTELorenzo Da PonteNYRB
323MemorialePaolo VolponiScaruffi
324Memorie inutiliGiambattista CastiBartleby
325Menzogna e SortilegioElsa MoranteScaruffi
326MeropeScipione MaffeiBartleby
327Midnight in SicilyPeter RobbThe Guardian
328Milanese satiresCarlo PortaBartleby
329Morgante MaggioreLuigi PulciBartleby
330Mr GwynAlessandro BariccoScaruffi
331Murder of a Medici PrincessCaroline P. MurphyRick Steves
332My First Seven Years (Plus a Few More)Dario FoItalian Notes
333Naked Masks: Five PlaysLuigi PirandelloRome Is Home
334Neapolitan poems and playsSalvatore di GiacomoBartleby
335Never Must You Ask MeNatalia GinzburgRome Is Home
336Night’s LiesGesualdo Bufalino, Patrick CreaghRome Is Home
337NotturnoGabriele D’AnnunzioGoodreads
338Notturno IndianoAntonio TabucchiScaruffi
339Novella secondaCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
340NovelleMatteo BandelloBartleby
341Novelle del ducato in fiammeCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
342NovelsAntonio FogazzaroBartleby
343NovelsGiovanni VergaBartleby
344NovelsGrazia DeleddaBartleby
345NovelsMatilde SeraoBartleby
346Novels
Autobiography
Salvatore FarinaBartleby
347Novels
Tales
Luigi PirandelloBartleby
348On Famous WomenGiovanni BoccaccioItaly 101
349Onze voorouders [De gespleten burggraaf ~ De baron in de bomen ~ De ridder die niet bestond]Italo CalvinoGoodreads
350Open Doors And Three NovellasLeonardo Sciascia, Sacha RabinovitchRome Is Home
351Operette Morali: Essays and DialoguesGiacomo LeopardiGoodreads
352OrfeoAngelo PolizianoBartleby
353OsservatoreGasparo GozziBartleby
354OtrantoMaria CortiBarnes & Noble
355Paese d’OmbreGiuseppe Dessi`Scaruffi
356PaginetteAntonio PizzutoScaruffi
357Paradiso (The Divine Comedy, #3)Dante AlighieriGoodreads
358Passaggio in OmbraMariateresa Di LasciaLit Hub
359Pastor FidoBattista GuariniBartleby
360Pensieri Naturali, Metafisici E MatematiciPaolo SarpiGoodreads
361PentameroneGianbattista BasileScaruffi
362PhilosophyAntonio RosminiBartleby
363PhilosophyFrancesco FilelfoBartleby
364PhilosophyGiovanni Pico della MirandolaBartleby
365Pictures from ItalyCharles DickensRome Is Home
366Più alto del mareFrancesca MelandriLit Hub
367PlaysEnrico Annibale ButtiBartleby
368PlaysGiuseppe GiacosaBartleby
369PlaysMarco PragaBartleby
370PlaysRoberto BraccoBartleby
371POEM STRIPDino BuzzatiNYRB
372PoemsAntonio TebaldeoBartleby
373PoemsGiovanni PascoliBartleby
374PoemsSerafino dall’Aquila CiminelliBartleby
375Poems
NovelsPlays Orations
Gabriele D’AnnunzioBartleby
376Poetics, lyricsBenedetto MenziniBartleby
377PoetryAleardo AleardiBartleby
378PoetryGaspara StampaBartleby
379PoetryGiovanni PratiBartleby
380PoetryVeronica GambaraBartleby
381Poetry
Criticism
Giosuè CarducciBartleby
382Poetry
Scholarship
Niccolò TommaseoBartleby
383Poetry, lettersVittoria ColonnaBartleby
384Polemics, historiesSforza PallavicinoBartleby
385Political criticism
History
Giuseppe MazziniBartleby
386PompeiiRobert HarrisRick Steves 2
387Portrait of a LadyHenry JamesRome Is Home
388Portrait of the Mother as a Young Woman: A NovelFriedrich Christian DeliusAmerican In Rome
389Primato civile degli ItalianiVincenzo GiobertiBartleby
390Prince, Discourses on LivyNiccolò MachiavelliBartleby
391PublicistPietro VerriBartleby
392Purgatorio (The Divine Comedy, #2)Dante AlighieriGoodreads
393Quaderno ProibitoAlba de CespedesScaruffi
394Quelli che ami non muoionoMario FortunatoItalian Literature
395Quo vadis, baby?Grazia VerasaniItalian Literature
396Racconto d’AutunnoTommaso LandolfiScaruffi
397Ragion di StatoGiovanni BoteroBartleby
398Ragionamenti,Pietro AretinoBartleby
399Requiems & NightmaresGuido GozzanoGoodreads
400Rerum Italicarum scriptoresLodovico Antonio MuratoriBartleby
401RetabloVincenzo ConsoloScaruffi
402RimeGuido CavalcantiGoodreads
403Rivoluzione di NapoliVincenzo CuocoBartleby
404Roman TalesAlberto MoraviaRome Is Home
405Romanesque poemsCesare PascarellaBartleby
406Romanesque sonnetsGian Gioachino BelliBartleby
407Romanzo criminaleGiancarlo De CataldoGoodreads
408Rome Tales (City Tales) editedHelen ConstatineAmerican In Rome
409RomolaGeorge EliotRick Steves
410Rube`GiuseppeAntonio BorgeseScaruffi
411Salone per SignoraErica BarbianiLit Hub
412SatiresGiuseppe GiustiBartleby
413SatiresSalvator RosaBartleby
414Scienza della legislazioneGaetano FilangieriBartleby
415Scienza nuovaGiambattista VicoBartleby
416Se li conosci li evitiMarco TravaglioItalian Literature
417Senilita`Italo SvevoScaruffi
418Sepolcri – Odi – SonettiUgo FoscoloGoodreads
419SermonsGirolamo SavonarolaBartleby
420SermonsSaint Bernardino da SienaBartleby
421SetaAlessandro BariccoScaruffi
422Sicilian lyricsGiovanni MeliBartleby
423SilkAlessandro BariccoCharming Italy
424Six Characters in Search of an AuthorLuigi PirandelloGoodreads
425Six Characters in Search of an AuthorLuigi PirandelloGoodreads
426SonnetsMichaelangeloBartleby
427Sorelle MaterassiAldo PalazzeschiScaruffi
428Sostiene PereiraAntonio TabucchiScaruffi
429Specchio di vera penitenzaJacopo PassavantiBartleby
430Spielberg ti odioMatteo MaffucciItalian Literature
431StaalSilvia AvalloneGoodreads
432StanzeLuigi TansilloBartleby
433Storia dCarlo TroyaBartleby
434Storia dCesare BalboBartleby
435Storia del Concilio tridentinoPaolo SarpiBartleby
436Storia del regno di NapoliPietro GiannoneBartleby
437Storia della letteratura italianaGirolamo TiraboschiBartleby
438Storia fiorentina, Storia dFrancesco GuicciardiniBartleby
439Tale of Poor LoversVasco PratoliniBarnes & Noble
440TalesFranco SacchettiBartleby
441TalesGiovanni SercambiBartleby
442TalesMasuccio SalernitanoBartleby
443Tempo di UccidereEttore FlaianoScaruffi
444The Art of WarMachiavelliItaly 101
445The Aspern Papers and Other StoriesHenry JamesRick Steves 2
446THE BOOK OF MY LIFEGirolamo CardanoNYRB
447The Castle of Crossed DestiniesItalo CalvinoRome Is Home
448The Charterhouse of ParmaHenri StendhalRome Is Home
449The City and the House: A NovelNatalia GinzburgBarnes & Noble
450The ConformistAlberto MoraviaGoodreads
451The Drowned and the SavedPrimo LeviRome Is Home
452The Fifth EstateFerdinando CamonBarnes & Noble
453The First Man in RomeColleen McCulloughRick Steves 2
454The FlameGabriele D’AnnunzioBarnes & Noble
455The FloodDavid HewsonTuscan Traveler
456The Goodbye KissMassimo CarlottoGoodreads
457The History of ItalyFrancesco GuicciardiniGoodreads
458The ItaliansLuigi BarziniThe Guardian
459The Land of RemorseErnesto de MartinoItalian Notes
460The Little World of Don CamilloGiovannino GuareschiGoodreads
461The Manzoni FamilyNatalia GinzburgRome Is Home
462The Memory KeyConor FitzgeraldTuscan Traveler
463The Merchant of VeniceWilliam ShakespeareRick Steves 2
464The Monkey’s WrenchPrimo LeviRome Is Home
465THE MORO AFFAIRLeonardo SciasciaNYRB
466The Mysterious Flame of Queen LoanaUmberto EcoItalian Notes
467The Neapolitan NovelsElena FerranteRick Steves 2
468The NightsGianfrancesco StraparolaBartleby
469The Nonexistent Knight & the Cloven ViscountItalo CalvinoRome Is Home
470The Oil Jar and Other StoriesLuigi Pirandello, Stanley ApplebaumRome Is Home
471The Oxford Companion to Italian FoodGillian RileyThe Guardian
472The Passion of ArtemisiaSusan VreelandRick Steves 2
473The Poetry of PetrarchFrancesco PetrarcaGoodreads
474The Pope’s DaughterDario FoTuscan Traveler
475The ReawakeningPrimo LeviRome Is Home
476The Road to the City: Two NovellasNatalia GinzburgRome Is Home
477The Roman Spring of Mrs. StoneTennessee WilliamsAmerican In Rome
478The Sack of RomeAlexander StilleThe Guardian
479THE SELECTED WORKS OF CESARE PAVESECesare PaveseNYRB
480The Sicilian VespersMichele AmariBartleby
481The Siren and Selected WritingsGiuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, Archibald ColquhounRome Is Home
482THE SKINCurzio MalaparteNYRB
483The Sonnets And Ballate Of Guido CavalcantiGuido CavalcantiGoodreads
484The Story of My LifeGiacomo CasanovaGoodreads
485The Tartar SteppeDino BuzzatiGoodreads
486The TragedyBernardino OchinoBartleby
487The Uses of LiteratureItalo CalvinoRome Is Home
488The Woman of RomeAlberto MoraviaBarnes & Noble
489Theologia PlatonicaMarsilio FicinoBartleby
490TimeskipperStefano BenniCharming Italy
491Todo ModoLeonardo SciasciaScaruffi
492TragedieVittorio AlfieriGoodreads
493TragediesGiambattista NiccoliniBartleby
494TragediesPietro CossaBartleby
495Tragedies, criticismGianvincenzo GravinaBartleby
496Tragedies, lyricsAntonio ContiBartleby
497Translation of OssianMelchiorre CesarottiBartleby
498Translation of ShakespeareAlessandro VerriBartleby
499Translations from classicsAnnibal CaroBartleby
500Travel
Novels
Edmondo De AmicisBartleby
501TrecentonovelleFranco SacchettiScaruffi
502Treno di PannaAndrea DecarloScaruffi
503TristanoNanni BalestriniScaruffi
504TrotulaPaola PresciuttiniLit Hub
505Tutti i Nostri IeriNatalia GinzburgScaruffi
506Tutto il freddo che ho presoGrazia VerasaniItalian Literature
507Un posto nel mondoFabio VoloItalian Literature
508Una Giovinezza InventataLalla RomanoScaruffi
509Una Questione PrivataBeppe FenoglioScaruffi
510Una Vita ViolentaPierpaolo PasoliniScaruffi
511ValentinoNatalia GinzburgRome Is Home
512Venetian satiresPietro BurattiBartleby
513versi martellianiPier Jacopo MartelliBartleby
514VersluieringRita MonaldiGoodreads
515Verso la CertosaCarlo Emilio GaddaRome Is Home
516Viaggio in ItaliaGuido PioveneItalian Notes
517Vissen voerenFabio GenovesiGoodreads
518VitaVittorio AlfieriGoodreads
519Vita NuovaDante AlighieriGoodreads
520Vite di pascolantiGianni CelatiItalian Literature
521VociDacia MarainiItalian Literature
522Voi non sapeteAndrea CamilleriItalian Literature
523VoicesDacia MarainiCharming Italy
524Voices in the EveningNatalia GinzburgBarnes & Noble
525Your CountryCesare PaveseGoodreads
526Zes dagen : gesprekken over het hoerenbestaanPietro AretinoGoodreads
527Zibaldone di pensieriGiacomo LeopardiGoodreads
528ZijdeAlessandro BariccoGoodreads
529Zodiacus vitæPierangelo ManzolliBartleby


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American In Rome BEST BOOKS ABOUT ROME
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Five Books Tim Parks recommends the best books on Italian Fiction
Goodreads Best Italian Novels
Italian Literature 10 Contemporary Italian Authors You Should Be Reading…
Italian Notes Top10 Italian Books
Italy 101 Italian Literature 101
Lit Hub 10 ITALIAN BOOKS BY WOMEN WE’D LOVE TO SEE IN ENGLISH
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Rick Steves Florence & Tuscany: Recommended Books and Movies
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Rome Is Home Clasit Lit
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The Guardian The top 10 books about Italy
The Local It Take a literary tour of Italy with these brilliant novels
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