Umberto Eco bibliography  

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The writings of Umberto Eco

Contents

Novels

Nonfiction

Eco's nonfiction prose spans interests in semiotics, linguistics, aesthetics and morality.

Manual

  • Come si fa una tesi di laurea (1977)

Books for children

(Art by Eugenio Carmi)

  • La bomba e il generale (1966, Rev. 1988 - English translation: The Bomb and the General)
  • I tre cosmonauti (1966 - English translation: The Three Astronauts)
  • Gli gnomi di Gnu (1992 - English translation: The Gnomes of Gnu)





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