Definition of Pirandello, Luigi in English:

Pirandello, Luigi

proper noun

  • (1867–1936), Italian playwright and novelist. His plays, including "Six Characters in Search of an Author" (1921) and "Henry IV" (1922), challenged the conventions of naturalism. Notable novels: "The Outcast" (1901) and "The Late Mattia Pascal" (1904). Nobel Prize for Literature (1934)

Pronunciation:

Pirandello, Luigi

/ˌpirənˈdelō/