Inkroci n. 19 Content – June/July 2016

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SHORT STORIES

 

Sentimental Swing

 

by Antonia Buizza

 

 

INTERVIEWS

 

A global peace: interview with Laura Tussi

 

by Francesca Capelli

 

 

THE STONE

 

by William Wall

 

 

 

Political and social writing from Ireland

 

3 Poems

 

by Sarah Clancy

 

 

CLASSICS

 

The Emigrants

 

by Edmondo De Amicis

 

 

 

VERY SHORT STORIES

 

Forget-Me-Nots

 

by Lara Gregori

 

Tomorrow is another day

 

by Heiko H. Caimi

 

 

LITERATURES FROM THE WORLD

 

Alamut

 

by Marco Polo

 

 

The Travels of Marco Polo

 

by Anna Ettore

 

 

CELLULOID WORDS

 

Red Sorghum

 

by Marco Pinnavaia

 

 

SERIAL (IDENTITY) ISSUES

 

Sense8: a gentle invitation to tolerance

 

by Elisa Emiliani

 

 

THE VERTICAL THOUGHT

 

by Sara Di Girolamo

 

Seth Godin – The Icarus Deception

 

 

 

PHOTOGRAPH-ART

 

Gliding eagle

 

by Sam Franza

 

 

LIGHTS FROM THE NORTH

 

by Irene Lami

 

Stig Dagerman – Dikter, noveller, prosafragment

 

 

 

BEWARE OF THE BOOK!

 

Lilia Carlota Lorenzo – The She-Butcher’s Coat

 

by Giorgia Boragini

 

Cataldo Russo – Courtiers, Court Jesters and Mafia Bosses

 

by Heiko H. Caimi

 

William Wall – Alice Falling

 

by Grazia Beltrami

 

 

 

CAIN’S MOVIE COLLECTION

 

by Gordiano Lupi

 

 

 

Kreola

 

 

 

POCKET REVIEWS

 

Roberto Perrone – Zamora

 

by Michele Curatolo

 

 

 

Natalia Ginzburg – Dear Michele

 

by Heiko H. Caimi

 

 

 

Barbara Garlaschelli – To laugh or to die

 

by Antonia Buizza

 

 

 

Paul Auster, David Mazzucchelli and Paul Karasik  – City of Glass: The Graphic Novel

 

by Giorgio Olivari

 

 

 

Valerio Evangelisti – Tortuga

 

by Heiko H. Caimi

 

 

 

Héctor Oesterheld e Alberto Breccia – Lead Eyes

 

by Heiko H. Caimi

 

 

 

Ilaria Tuti – Lena of the butterflies

 

by Heiko H. Caimi

 

 

 

Beppe Fenoglio – The Twenty-three Days of the City of Alba

 

by Michele Curatolo

 

 

 

Paolo Villaggio – Fantozzi

 

by Michele Curatolo

 

 

 

The Last Summer of Reason, by Tahar Djaout

 

by Giorgio Olivari