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Brigantes Apr 9
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Eleonora Apr 6
“At the dawn of fascism, a man asked a blind peasant what the future held. The peasant quipped, ‘even if I’m blind, it all looks black’. Today I’m as blind as that peasant. And my answer would be the same.”
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Erica La Mantia Apr 3
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M.A.Henry Mar 14
Replying to @paul_sweb
Welcome to a very fine world! Long live Sig. Camilleri ❤️ Btw, if you haven't seen it already, the TV show is really faithful to the books and a worthy companion.
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Danny Apr 5
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UTP History Apr 17
Providing a complete record of texts by Italian writers active after 1900, this highly accessible covers over 4,800 editions of writings by some 1,700 Italian authors:
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Danny Harris Mar 5
Sitting in a play centre full of screaming kids, you are immersed in the seductive chaos of Sicily within a moment. That is why I love , that is why I love , that is why I love .
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Hugh Mainwaring Dec 4
- oh The Potter’s Field. Quite literally on my dozenth Montalbano and I just love the last 30 pages. AC is a genius or is it who’s the genius. Either way get these books into people’s hands.
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Luca Dell'Amico Mar 5
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Laura Romano Dec 29
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Eternal Oxymoron Feb 2
The memory of the aged becomes clearer and clearer with time. It has no pity.
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Gráinne Sweeney Apr 5
““The great Sicilian writer once told a story,”” the equally great
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Claire Thompson Jan 24
Replying to @carlopalomar
As you know, we are facing a similar situation in America. THANK' YOU for speaking out for dreamers, for those who will always add to the rich tapestry of Italian (and American!) culture.
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nick Jan 20
The next is “la forma dell’acqua”
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The Haunted Bookshop Dec 6
Replying to @BookshopGhost
There are some Wilkie Collins & Sax Rohmer in 80yo blue cloth hardcovers 📘that came separately, but more trade paperbacks from yesterday: 🔎
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Pat Oddy 🇪🇺 Feb 23
Going to try and finish by today. Then decide what’s next on the reading list!
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Pulp Fiction Books Feb 18
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Laura Brockway Mar 9
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Catriana McKie Apr 10
“I don’t believe in God, but if there’s a Judgment Day, those like him will certainly end up in hell for their hypocrisy”
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Andrew Thatcher Feb 24
being interviewed on about a new drama which is not looks like a period piece rather than Saturday night Noir...
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