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1. How many cities does Italian writer Italo Calvino describe in the book “Invisible Cities”?

“Invisible Cities” consists of short prose poems about 55 cities. The book is supposedly narrated by Marco Polo, an explorer who describes the limits of the human imagination and the complexity of such cities.

“Invisible Cities” consists of short prose poems about 55 cities. The book is supposedly narrated by Marco Polo, an explorer who describes the limits of the human imagination and the complexity of such cities.

“Invisible Cities” consists of short prose poems about 55 cities. The book is supposedly narrated by Marco Polo, an explorer who describes the limits of the human imagination and the complexity of such cities.

“Invisible Cities” consists of short prose poems about 55 cities. The book is supposedly narrated by Marco Polo, an explorer who describes the limits of the human imagination and the complexity of such cities.

33

 

44

 

55

 

66

 
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