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California Italian Studies

Naples , General Mark Cork, commander of the United States Fifth Army , is negotiating with Eduardo Marzullo, a Camorra mobster, the delivery of German soldiers captured during the four days of insurrection. Marzullo demands from the Americans a bribe of one hundred lire per kilo, susceptible to strong increases if not quickly paid, for each prisoner. The intermediary is the Italian liaison captain Curzio Malaparte who is also given the task to please the aviator wife of an American senator, and to organize a Renaissance style dinner that has as its highlight a fish; a "siren" of the Naples aquarium which looks like a cooked child. Meanwhile in the slums mothers sell their children as prostitutes to the Moroccan soldiers and Jim, the young American liaison captain friend of Malaparte, falls in love with a young girl, who discovers she is being exposed by his father for a fee as the only virgin existing in the city. Malaparte moves in this "hell on earth" scenario with a detachment. He tries to explain to the woman, during an orgy of homosexuals, that is the corrupting power of the Americans who has so reduced the moral qualms of the starving people of the city, who are now hardly impoverished by the war.


La Pelle by Malaparte Curzio

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