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Aoibheann McCann – Marina

Marina enters the world experiencing a trauma: the trauma of separation from a submarine world, amniotic, full of peace and serenity. At first she...

Charles Dickens – Great Expectations

If Charles Dickens were a season, he would be autumn, and if he were a time of the day, he would be twilight. The...

Jack London – The Paths Men Take

The Paths Men Take is a book that presents a wide selection of photographs taken by Jack London during his travels, accompanied by an...

Erri De Luca – A Cloud as a Carpet

A cloud as a carpet is a collection of the most significant passages of the Old Testament, reviewed and reinterpreted by De Luca on...

Ross Macdonald – The Moving Target

Detective Harper is instructed by Elaine Sampson, a high society lady, to find her husband Ralph Sampson, a wealthy self-made man in the oil...

Giovanni Arpino – The Shadow of the Hills

Time for memories Winner of the Strega Award in 1964 with The Shadow of the Hills (L’ombra delle Colline), Arpino needs no introduction. His novel...

The Cure – Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me

Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me was released in may 1987: Robert Smith’s lips, portrayed on the cover, are the symbol of a record...

Erri De luca – The Upper Left

There are twelve stories in this collection by De Luca, all so engaging that it is easy to find yourself on the last page...

Silvia Accorrà – Pomerania

As we climb towards the north, towards the Alps, feeling our way along the Grenoble road to get to Lyon and then up again,...

The Border

Crossing the border: crossing the frontier, going beyond the border line. An interpreter, similarly to a translator, is always a symbolic boundary: he/she lies between...