The Shell of Eggs

  The Cooking through Pirandello's Pages

Inside the egg is enclosed the existence of the human being, made of emotions, feelings, ways of living.
When this egg is drunk, making a small hole on its surface, it remains only a whole shell, but empty and insignificant, which can remain pure exteriority, be crushed in the hands or thrown away.
Exploring the narrative universe of Pirandello through the flavors, smells and foods that cross his work is an unusual but fascinating way to investigate the existential dimension of his characters and enter, with taste, the "game" of life.