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Merlin – A TV series

The Arthurian legend has been charming many since forever: in the 12th Century, Geoffrey of Monmouth, with his Historia Regum Britanniae made King Arthur...

Colum McCann – This side of brightness

  Smooth like honey, sour as an unripe apple A family saga rooted at the beginning of the last century, in the slums of the city...

Mary Shelley – The Mortal Immortal

JULY 16, 1833. --This is a memorable anniversary for me; on it I complete my three hundred and twenty-third year! The Wandering Jew?--certainly not....

Ignazio Silone – Fontamara

  A classic to reread A vivid novel, set in the region of Abruzzo in the 20 years of fascist regime. The protagonists are the peasants...

Mr. Robot: reality, identity and system

Serial (identity) issues Serials, the daring ones, can mirror the new millennium idiosyncrasies. Tv series are a relevant cultural product of the consumer society...

Mamma Roma

  This is Pasolini’s second film as a director and adds an important piece to his journey through Rome’s suburbs and their suffering inhabitants. Accattone-Tramp...

Ray Bradbury – The Martian Chronicles

  When sci-fi and poetry come together A collection of short stories about humans’ troubled landing on Mars, and the following attempts of colonization of the...

Simone Cavagna – What walls talk about

In or out. I give sense to the or. Without me in and out would be non-existent categories, inside and outside would be the...

Georges Simenon – The Blue Room

Simenon's astonishing narrative skills The theme of a love triangle, cherished by Simenon, is represented with an original twist in this novel, thanks to a...

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Half of a Yellow Sun

The world was silent when we were dying The Nigerian author's second novel received in Italy, in 2009, the International Nonino Prize. The title refers...