|Statement||by Giovanni Verga ; translated by Mary A. Craig, with introduction by W.D. Howells|
|Contributions||Craig, Mary A, Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 300 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||300|
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The House by the Medlar Tree The House by the Medlar Tree, realist (verismo) novel of Sicilian life by Giovanni Verga, published in as I Malavoglia. The book concerns the dangers of economic and social upheaval. It was the first volume of a projected five-novel series that Verga never completed. I Malavoglia (Italian pronunciation: [i malaˈvɔʎʎa]) is the best known novel by Giovanni Verga. It was first printed in It was first printed in An English edition, The House by the Medlar-Tree (), translated by Mary A. Craig, was published in the Continental Classics series. Apple Books Preview. House by The-Medlar-Tree. Giovanni Verga. $; $; Publisher Description. This book is perfectly adapted for a pleasant reading on a digital reader. GENRE. Fiction & Literature. RELEASED. August 27 LANGUAGE. EN. In the village of Trezza, on the island of Sicily, the Malavoglia family was once great. Now the only Malavoglias left are Padron ’Ntoni and his little brood in the house by the medlar tree.