"Can-Can" by Arturo Vivante_
Born in Rome in 1923, Arturo Vivante graduated from McGill University (Montreal) before returning to the University of Rome to pursue the study of medicine. He graduated in 1949 and practiced medicine in Rome until 1958 when he ended his medical career and moved to America to pursue a career as a professional writer.
Though Vivante writes in English and has lived in America for much of the last 35 years, his Italian heritage has an undeniable presence in his fiction.
The plot of the story under the title is quite interesting and I dare say close to our reality. A man is going to the secret meeting with the other woman, leaving his house, wife and children. Suddenly it occurs to him that he wants to stay at home with his wife and children, but the date is already arranged. So, having arrived to the summer cottage he finds himself thinking of his wife and that surprises him greatly.
The problem raised by the author is quite clear: the husband intends to have a love affair and is already unfaithful to his wife. However some feeling of upset, comprehension of the fact his wife is still a sweet cherry, not broken by a small stuff, a woman able to give him love and firmness – doesn’t let him stay calm.
Awaiting the woman at the cafe he hopes she wouldn’t come and he would return home easily and happily: “How strange he should be hoping for her absence.” Even spending time with the lover he misses his wife and thinks of her. How is that possible? ...
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