“Fenomenologia di Mike Bongiorno” (? “Phenomenology of Mike Bongiorno ” is a short essay by Umberto Eco. Mike Bongiorno was a that. Diario minimo (I grandi tascabili) (Italian Edition) eBook: Umberto Eco: di Porta Ludovica, per non dire della “Fenomenologia di Mike Bongiorno”, citata anche. With the death of Umberto Eco, the world has lost a semiotician, One of the best known of these was the Fenomenologia di Mike Bongiorno () – (The.

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This means that if you haven’t read or heard Did Eco is undoubtedly smart. This is a collection of short stories which are most definitely satire for the intelligentsia.

Italy bids farewell to Umberto Eco – Life in Italy

In sum, I couldn’t bring myself to give this book fours stars because, although the good bits were truly five-star material, there just weren’t enough of them. The Bible is praised in the first paragraph as: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Briefly, we were privileged to go along for the ride. Of course, here, as elsewhere, Eco expects that readers will be familiar with the works of the filmmakers he is referencing and those without a knowledge of the works of such directors may appreciate some of the humor, but much will likely go over their heads.

To survive, you must tell stories. His work in Italian state television RAI and later in the publishing house, Bompiani, his participation in the fenojenologia of Group 63 and his first teaching posts at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Florence, gave him a privileged point of view on society and on mass culture Apocalypse Postponed,enabling him to develop the beginnings of a semiotic approach.


Finalmente un libro eccezionale da consigliare a tutti.


You are commenting using your Twitter account. And unfortunately, Eco is really trying to be funny here. Per Goodreads devo fare a meno dei mezzi voti, ma sono 3,5 stellette convinte io che do i voti a Eco! Nonita – la parodia di Lolita, uno screanzato russo-americano che chiama il suo riprovevole eroe Humbert Humbert ha qui blngiorno suo contrappasso.

If you have ever read Lolitathe short opening parody “Granita” may be the funniest thing you’ll have ever read. Notify me of new posts via email.

Una raccolta che evidenzia il suo lato ironico, sarcastico, acuto. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Mar 04, Chiara F. How can one not laugh at the following, especially having read Lolita: Jun 06, hoffnarr rated it liked it.

Mi ha fenmoenologia Eco. Ovviamente il maestro Eco adatta il suo linguaggio a tutti questi pseudo-ricerche etnografiche, pseudo-comunicazioni scientifiche, pseudo-reportage, pseudo-pamphlet. Eco gives some hints in the short introduction but they aren’t enough moreover the kindle edition by Bompiani is not up to standards: You are commenting using your Facebook account.

The University of Bologna mourns the death of Umberto Eco — University of Bologna

Eco’s creativity knows no bounds. Sex lots of it, including adultery, sodomy, incestalso murder, war, massacres, and so on. I saw scientific treatises by Ptolemy and novels by Calvino, critical studies of Saussure and Joyce, entire sections devoted to medieval history and arcane manuscripts. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. So then, given these criticisms, why do I give this book 4 stars instead of 3 or even twogiven this heavy load of uncertainty?

And though he had worked hard to construct a plausible narrative, his interpretation was wrong. Refresh and try again.

The labyrinthine mind of Umberto Eco

Diario minimo 2 books. Bad poets publish them, good poets burn them. Throughout his career, Umberto Eco published countless books, articles and essays. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here His first publication, an extension of his thesis, was dedicated to the aesthetics of Saint Thomas of Aquinas and was published in Umberto Eco was an Italian writer of fiction, essays, academic texts, and children’s books, and certainly one of the finest authors of the twentieth century.


By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. The greatest merit is not the laugh-value, nor even the titillation of intellect the pieces inspire, but their capacity to show the world, through distorted interpretation, in wholly new perspectives. Despite my enjoyment of these sections, I found some of the other ‘Misreadings’ required more knowledge about the subject than I possessed which I was expecting given the nature of the book and as a result were dense and difficult to understand.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: The short book less than pages contains various essays written in the sixties and in the seventies that deal with letterature parodies, fake reviews, thoughts mostly but not just that there’s room also for movies and television.

Many of these pieces, reliant upon anachronism as their basis, I found a bit difficult to digest; while I appreciated what Eco was trying to do, I felt he failed in his delivery.

In summary, you have to be an Eco superfan to like this one and that’s coming from somebody who gave five stars to The Name of the Rose earlier in As the narrator points out: