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His father, Mario, was a tropical agronomist and botanist who also taught agriculture and floriculture. In an autobiographical essay, Italo Calvino explained that his father "had been in his youth an anarchist, a follower of Kropotkin and then a Socialist Reformist". Born into a secular family, Eva was a pacifist educated in the "religion of civic duty and science".
As an adolescent, he found it hard relating to poverty and the working-classand was "ill at ease" with his parents' openness to the laborers who filed into his father's study on Saturdays to receive their weekly paycheck.
Calvino's brother Floriano, who became a distinguished geologist, was born in The family divided their time between the Villa Meridiana, an experimental floriculture station which also served as their home, and Mario's ancestral land at San Giovanni Battista.
On this small working farm set in the hills behind Sanremo, Mario pioneered in the cultivation of then exotic fruits such as avocado and grapefruiteventually obtaining an entry in the Dizionario biografico degli italiani for his achievements. The vast forests and luxuriant fauna omnipresent in Calvino's early fiction such as The Baron in the Trees derives from this "legacy".
In an interview, Calvino stated that "San Remo continues to pop out in my books, in the most diverse pieces of writing. Both verbose by nature, possessed of an ocean of words, in each other's presence we became mute, would walk in silence side by side along the road to San Giovanni.
Fascinated by American movies and cartoons, he was equally attracted to drawing, poetry, and theatre. On a darker note, Calvino recalled that his earliest memory was of a Marxist professor who had been brutally assaulted by Benito Mussolini 's Blackshirts: His secondary schooling, with a classical lyceum curriculum, was completed at the state-run Liceo Gian Domenico Cassini where, at his parents' request, he was exempted from religion classes but frequently asked to justify his anti-conformism to teachers, janitors, and fellow pupils.
Seated together "on a huge flat stone in the middle of a stream near our land",  he and Scalfari founded the MUL University Liberal Movement.
Eva managed to delay her son's enrolment in the Party's armed scouts, the Balilla Moschettieriand then arranged that he be excused, as a non-Catholic, from performing devotional acts in Church. Concealing his literary ambitions to please his family, he passed four exams in his first year while reading anti-Fascist works by Elio VittoriniEugenio MontaleCesare PaveseJohan Huizingaand Pisacane, and works by Max PlanckWerner Heisenbergand Albert Einstein on physics.
Now twenty years old, Calvino refused military service and went into hiding. Reading intensely in a wide array of subjects, he also reasoned politically that, of all the partisan groupings, the communists were the best organized with "the most convincing political line".
As a result of his refusal to be a conscript, his parents were held hostage by the Nazis for an extended period at the Villa Meridiana.
Calvino wrote of his mother's ordeal that "she was an example of tenacity and courage… behaving with dignity and firmness before the SS and the Fascist militia, and in her long detention as a hostage, not least when the blackshirts three times pretended to shoot my father in front of her eyes.
The historical events which mothers take part in acquire the greatness and invincibility of natural phenomena". Returning to university, he abandoned Agriculture for the Arts Faculty. A year later, he was initiated into the literary world by Elio Vittoriniwho published his short story "Andato al comando" ; "Gone to Headquarters" in Il Politecnicoa Turin-based weekly magazine associated with the university.
Viewing civilian life as a continuation of the partisan struggle, he confirmed his membership of the Italian Communist Party.
On reading Vladimir Lenin 's State and Revolutionhe plunged into post-war political life, associating himself chiefly with the worker's movement in Turin. Although brief, his stint put him in regular contact with Cesare PaveseNatalia GinzburgNorberto Bobbioand many other left-wing intellectuals and writers.
During this period, Pavese and poet Alfonso Gatto were Calvino's closest friends and mentors. In a clairvoyant essay, Pavese praised the young writer as a "squirrel of the pen" who "climbed into the trees, more for fun than fear, to observe partisan life as a fable of the forest".
Ultimo viene il corvo The Crow Comes Lasta collection of stories based on his wartime experiences, was published to acclaim in Despite the triumph, Calvino grew increasingly worried by his inability to compose a worthy second novel.
He returned to Einaudi inresponsible this time for the literary volumes. He eventually became a consulting editor, a position that allowed him to hone his writing talent, discover new writers, and develop into "a reader of texts".
While in Moscow, he learned of his father's death on 25 October. The articles and correspondence he produced from this visit were published inwinning the Saint-Vincent Prize for journalism.
Over a seven-year period, Calvino wrote three realist novels, The White Schooner —Youth in Turin —and The Queen's Necklace —54but all were deemed defective. Instead of making myself write the book I ought to write, the novel that was expected of me, I conjured up the book I myself would have liked to read, the sort by an unknown writer, from another age and another country, discovered in an attic.
The protagonist, a seventeenth century viscount sundered in two by a cannonball, incarnated Calvino's growing political doubts and the divisive turbulence of the Cold War. Key works he read at this time were Vladimir Propp 's Morphology of the Folktale and Historical Roots of Russian Fairy Tales, stimulating his own ideas on the origin, shape and function of the story.
He also worked for Il Contemporaneo, a Marxist weekly. From to Calvino had an affair with Italian actress Elsa De Giorgia married, older woman.
Excerpts of the hundreds of love letters Calvino wrote to her were published in the Corriere della Sera incausing some controversy.
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