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Bonvi and Francesco Guccini – Stories of Deep Space

Francesco Guccini’s raids in comics art ain’t uncommons, aid and abet his own friends like Magnus, Andrea Pazienza and Bonvi himself often assisted Guccini....

Leonardo Sciascia – Black on Black

“The emperor is naked”, the intellectual said Black on Black was published in 1979, when Leonardo Sciascia was already known to the wider public...

Erri de Luca – Vinaigrette, rainbow

Like a seed Sometimes a life contains many other lives. In this novel, De Luca uses four lives and a house to tell just one....

Will Eisner – Last Day in Vietnam

War as an experience Eisner, through the collection “War stories”, brings the reader to Vietnam and to Korea with reports told in first person by...

Ring Lardner – Out of breath

Breath of emptiness The characters of this collection of short stories act in the glorious America of the 30s between New York and Chicago. They...

Rogelio Iriarte – The Prince of Death

The ambiguous intertwining between good and evil "I need your help to turn myself in". An old man tells this to a journalist called Arsenio Cabrales. "Being...

Ruth Rendell – The Second Wexford Omnibus

The irresistible Wexford People like Wexford because he’s not pleasing: he’s got a potbelly and sometimes he’s arrogant in showing off his culture, especially the...

Ryuichiro Utsumi and Jiro Taniguchi – The Elm and other short...

  Eight enchantements “I want to draw a manga using your works” When Jiro Taniguchi told me that much I was startled for a second. Taniguchi HIMSELF....

Marjane Satrapi – Persepolis

Growing in Iran The graphic novel Persepolis tells the story of its author, Marjjane Satrapi, from childhood to adulthood, through the history of her homeland,...

Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton -The Haunted and the Haunters, or, The House...

Fear and anguish Evaluating a work according to when it was written is always important; in this case it is fundamental. In the mid-nineteenth century...