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Tahar Djaout – The Last Summer of Reason

  Prophetic and desperate The Last Summer of Reason is an untitled manuscript found among the author's papers after his death: the story of a bookseller...

iii the march, Milan

we climb up to fog where the Plain of Lombardy is not plain they are talking about sleet it sounds like the end of everything the station clock is haunted by...

Chaplin

  Charles Spencer Chaplin’s life, works and wives, alias Charlie Chaplin, undisputed genius of silent films who has been able withstand times and the passage...

Martìn Kohan – Seconds out

3 stories in 17 thrilling seconds The story is punctuated by the endless seventeen-second suspension in a boxing match for the awarding of the world...

Hard times – interview with Salman Rushdie

Once upon a time there was an ironic and debunking writer, who in 1989 was hit by a fatwa (death sentence) because his...

Elena Gan – The Ideal Man

  The woman question in nineteenth-century aristocratic Russia With Elena Gan’s story we plunge into nineteenth-century drama. Olga is a poor but beautiful, bright and clever...

Kate Christiansen – The Epicure’s Lament

  Tough life for Epicureans Christiansen’s work is not a masterpiece, but it’s still a good book. Hugo Whittier is the kind of likeable and cynical...

Why a trip around the world’s circumference?

  The contributions Inkroci will publish as “Literature from around the world” are meant as a tribute to the literature of exploration and popular...

Colophon – April/May 2016

Monthly magazine of culture and cinema Year IV - Number 18 (35/36) – aPRIL/mAY 2016 Authorization by the Court of Milan n. 193, April 24,...

Contents – April/May 2016

EDITORIAL Why a trip around the world’s circumference? by Anna Ettore   SHORT STORIES Sisterhood by Antonia Buizza INTERVIEWS Hard times: interview with Salman Rushdie by Francesca Capelli WORDS FROM IRELAND iii the...