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È DA LÌ CHE VIENE LA LUCE

by Emanuela Abbadessa

“Fermo”, that word firmly pronounced has attracted Sebastiano Caruso’s attention. He is a fatherless 17 years old whose life drastically changes that same day. The man who’s spoken is Baron Ludwig von Trier, a tall thin and pale photographer, flawlessly dressed, so different from anybody else living in Taormina. Sebastiano’s curiosity towards him is very intense thanks also to the...

LA CULPA

by Javier Zamudio

Dos narradores, un joven en la treintena, Adrián, y un hombre en el umbral de la vejez, Ernesto, intercalan sus voces unidos por el recuerdo de una mujer que acaba de fallecer. María Soler ha pasado los últimos años de su vida en una residencia de ancianos. Su hijo Adrián Pinzón recibe la noticia de su muerte en el mismo momento en que el Decano de la Facultad de Humanidades lo está...

HOW TO BECOME ALIVE

by Giuseppe Montesano

You can become a wild reader at any ages. In any time and in every place. Reading to live is always possible. You should only want it. And start. Giuseppe Montesano An essential pamphlet twenty-five years after Come un romanzo by Daniel Pennac. “We do not have time? Then let’s read on the train, on the plane, on the subway, in bed, under the table, under the desk. We need to steal...

LETTORI SELVAGGI

by Giuseppe Montesano

WILD READERS Reading awakens us from boredom and resignation. We have always had this life, as servants and miserables. But we had fabulous days and dreams, when the adventure blew us into our face the sea of departures. And we brought Art in our World. We can accept the false existence they have chosen for us, and close doors and windows to the days, but we can still open doors and...

L'UOMO CHE NON RIUSCIVA A MORIRE

by Tony Laudadio

THE MAN WHO COULD NOT DIE is for those who keep on the bedside table A Brief History of Time by Hawking and the poems by Caproni, for those who would like to leave everything and go to Nepal, and for those who would like to have the smell of an elephant to feel all the flavors of the world. At first it looks like a cold, possibly an allergy. Then the disease enters into the life of the...

DAR DE QUÉ HABLAR AL HAMBRIENTO

by Jorge Vivanco

Un grupo de mendigos ha sido encerrado en un patio policial, transformado provisionalmente en Centro de Internamiento, para cumplir una orden que nadie, ni siquiera la policía, sabe de donde vino. La total desatención a sus necesidades básicas, así como la falta de una causa justificada para el confinamiento, debería desencadenar la airada protesta de ciudadanos que no han cometido...

LA VITA PRODIGIOSA DI ISIDORO SIFFLOTIN

by Enrico Ianniello

Isidoro Siffotin was born in the small house of Mattinella, a tiny village in the South of Italy. He develops a miraculous skill inherited from his father Quirino (the cross-eyed communist poet inventor of words), who writes love letters to Johann Sebastian Bach and President Pertini; and from Stella, his mother, a pasta-maker who prepares curtains of tagliatelle and bears a secret. Which special...

COSAS QUE (NUNCA) PASAN

by Miguel Tallón

Ilustración: Susana Gaitán Una novela difícil de definir: un caleidoscopio de experiencias y relaciones que se multiplican alrededor de un personaje, Miguel ¿González? ¿Pérez?, entre surrealista y kafkiano en sus circunstancias; entre amorfo y cínico en su carácter, que se ve repentinamente sumido en una lucha sorda por darse por enterado de todo, cuando los encuentros surrealistas...

THE TEMPTATION TO BE HAPPY

by Lorenzo Marone

"La letteratura dovrebbe prendere altre strade. Cosa che Lorenzo Marone fa. E fa benissimo" Teresa Ciabatti, Corriere della Sera. Cesare Annunziata potrebbe essere definito senza troppi giri di parole un vecchio e cinico rompiscatole. Settantasette anni, vedovo da cinque, Cesare è un uomo che ha deciso di fregarsene di tutti, dei suoi due figli e dei molti sogni cui ha chiuso la porta in...

IL MARE DI PALIZZI

by Ada Murolo

Blurb di Pier Aldo Rovatti, filosofo italiano: Con una scrittura tersa e profonda il romanzo di Ada Murolo scopre proustianamente il mondo meraviglioso dell'infanzia a Palizzi, un universo di forti sensazioni che è anche uno spaccato della società italiana del dopoguerra." Pier Aldo Rovatti" Può in un libro non succedere nulla di eclatante eppure tenerci incollati alle pagine? Il mare di...

MEMORIAS DE UN HOMBRE FELIZ

by Darío Jaramillo

He vivido en un tiempo y un lugar en los que todo el mundo se exime sin recato de cumplir la ley, no solo el hampón. Cualquiera –por ejemplo, un tecnócrata rico y aficionado a la relojería–, llegado el momento, llegada la necesidad, encontrará razones para considerar que la ley no se le aplica y procederá en consecuencia. Me gustaría un lector cómplice del texto y de la historia....

VOCES REUNIDAS

by Antonio Porchia

Aunque su tierra natal fue Italia, Porchia (1885-1968) vivió desde los 17 años en Argentina. A lo largo de las décadas, su profunda experiencia humana se fue decantando en breves sentencias a las que llamó "Voces". Cuando por fin se decidió a publicar una selección de ellas en 1943, los primeros lectores atentos recibieron ese "más allá", primero con sorpresa, luego con veneración;...

EL ESTUPOR Y LA MARAVILLA

by Pablo d'Ors

"Alois Vogel is the guard in an imaginary Expressionist Museum in Koblenz. Over the years, he has watched over its halls and corridors. It is there that he has learnt to observe the paintings and everything that surrounds them, and to notice even the most trivial detail by paying just the slightest attention. Based on this simplest of plots, Pablo d’Ors constructs "an epopoeia of trivialities...