Finance": The Invisible, Infinite and Illogical City

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Finance": The Invisible, Infinite and Illogical City

Invisible Cities" by Italo Calvino [1] published in 1972 is probably his most beautiful and intense work. Full of melancholy for a past that no longer exists but which helps to understand or try to understand what the future will be or how one would like it to be and is in this sense a surreal work, and as Pasolini stated in his commentary, outside of all time but also in every time. The story that Marco Polo narrates to Kublai Khan is a representation of imaginary cities that the traveller has seen and dreamed of but all seem soulless because it is not the walls, towers, palaces and skyscrapers that give life to a city but the people who live there. Men with their work, with their feelings, the way of being together, living the emotions,

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