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November Wrap Up

As you could read in my November TBR, I set a goal of reading four books in the month of November. I read a total of five books, but not the books I wanted to read! 804 more words

M. J. Arlidge

Resistenza a Elie Wiesel

Elie Wiesel, nato in Romania nel 1928 ed emigrato a New York all’età di ventisette anni, è stato il sopravvissuto più celebre del mondo. L’esperienza da adolescente nei campi di Auschwitz e Buchenwald, la perdita del padre e della fede in Dio, raccontate nel suo libro più famoso, … 94 more words


Dubai Reflections: Particles (Or Four Italians and One Iranian American)

-for Susan, Khristian, Darcy, and the world that almost was.

“Perfection belongs to narrated events, not to those we live.”
― Primo Levi, The Periodic Table…

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NEWS: Roxanne de Bastion's new single 'Run' out on 17th November and forthcoming album 'Heirlooms & Hearsay' out in 2017

by Francesca Nottola

For those of you who do not know Roxanne de Bastion yet, let me briefly introduce her to you. De Bastion is an eclectic singer and songwriter from Berlin, based in London since 2007. 858 more words


‘With every work that’s born you die a little.’


Primo Levi's "Shema"

Today is the 78th anniversary of Kristallnacht. I’ve been thinking about this lately with my work on Primo Levi’s writing and a few other projects I’m involved in. 214 more words


Grandfather Leonin was my great-grandfather. He lived at Casale Monferrato and had flat feet; the alley in front of his house was paved with cobblestones, and he suffered when he walked on it.

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