NUTO

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NUTONon-University Teaching Officer (University of Cambridge; UK)
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"Andiamo a casa," disse Nuto. "Volevo svagarmi ma neanche con te non posso" (56).
Nuto's story of Santina--which begins in the uneasy silence that ends the protagonists' discussion on page 17 of the novel--functions like the enemies bodies that continue to emerge.
A 1948 aphorism helps clarify the impetus behind Nuto's harsh description of Santina.
Magari c'e una casa, delle ragazze, dei vecchi, una bambina--e un Nuto, un Canelli, una stazione, c'e uno come me che vuole andarsene via e far fortuna--e nell'estate battono il grano, vendemmiano, nell'inverno vanno a caccia, c'e un terrazzo--tutto succede come a noi" (139).
Elsewhere, dog imagery plagues the narrative of Pavese's novel, whether to critique the perverted state of Italian Communism, or grotesquely capsizing the notion of fidelity, or simply exposing the misery of post-war torn Italy, since as Nuto explains "e la miseria a imbestiare la gente" (88).
Nuto, as an orphic character embodies musicality, from his playing the clarinet to his musical laugh: "ha un modo di ridere fischiettando, anche se fa sul serio" (12).
While in the U.S.A., Anguilla meets a gentleman from the Langhe in a bar, and souvenirs of Barbaresco and Barolo wines flow as much as the conversation, one specific topic of which is a reciprocal acquaintance: Nuto and the fact that he won a musical competition in the village.
De acordo com Nuto (15), a selecao dos pacientes nao deve, necessariamente, se vincular apenas a carencia de tratamento; o contexto sociocultural no qual o usuario esta inserido tem papel relevante.
No segundo trabalho, Nuto privilegia a Linguistica contemporanea e os estudos do discurso como reveladores de possibilidades para outros tipos de estudo, inclusive sobre o racismo.
"No, not Santa," answers Nuto. "They won't find her.