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Books of the Week: 7th April – 11th April

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NON CHIAMATELO EURO (Don’t call it Euro) by Angelo Polimeno In Europe, in the second half of the 1990s,  a coup d’état  changed the economy of many countries, Italy included. It was bloodless, but since then firms have closed, people have got unemployed and retirees are on the verge  of poverty. The book supplies documents and proofs about the introduction of  Euro and…… Read More »

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Books of the Week: 23rd – 28th March

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MI RICORDO (I remember) by Paola Capriolo The book is about Adela and Sonja: a wealthy intellectual girl living in the thirties and,  years after, a caregiver. Two women, two different periods, two destinies in the same house THE AUTHOR: Paola Capriolo (1962), writer, translator and literary journalist, started her career with the short story collection La grande Eulalia then followed…… Read More »

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Books of the Week: 16th – 21st March

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   FIGLI DELL’ARCOBALENO – Madri lesbiche, padri gay, diritti negati in Italia (Son of the rainbow – lesbian mothers, gay fathers, rights denied in Italy) by Samuele Cafasso preface by Giuseppe Civati This book is a collection of stories told by homosexuals who want to get the right to grow a family, to raise children. These are the stories of…… Read More »

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Books of the week: 15th-21st February

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IO NON AVEVO L’AVVOCATO (I did not have the legal representative) by Mario Rossetti and Sergio Luciano The book is the report of Mario Rossetti’s story: from ex-financial director of fastweb to prisoner accused of fraud. He tells about his days spent in prison, his trial, the consequences and then the end: completely absolved as non-involved in the crimes he…… Read More »

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Books of the Week: 9th – 14th February

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MANUALE DI METEOROLOGIA (Meteorology Manual) by Mario Giuliacci, Andrea Giuliacci and Paolo Corazzon It is the most exhaustive and updated manual ever published in Italy: it deals with all the phenomena directly or indirectly connected with the atmosphere. THe AUTHORS- Mario Giuliacci, Andrea Giuliacci and Paolo Corazzon have written this book together with the support of 14 meteorologists from Epson…… Read More »