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Another half year list.

Another half year list.

Joshua SALA July 1, 2014 0

Month number 6 has just come to an end. If the calendar year was like a soccer game, we would now be at the break. And that is when we do statistics: about who

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Bow and arrow

Bow and arrow

Giulia CARDAMONE July 1, 2014 0

I tried to become a runner, but a teeny tiny spleen pain was enough to make me stop. (Actually, to start walking quietly I needed my breath just to be a bit faster.) I

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I never promised you a rose garden

I never promised you a rose garden

Eva CASINI July 1, 2014 4

I’ve always been fascinated with enigmas of the mind. Everytime something doesn’t work, when even the less meaningful point in our balance begins to vacillate, our whole essence loses its universally acknowledged “normality”. Nevertheless,

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The World Cup’s paradox

The World Cup’s paradox

Lucia De Angelis July 1, 2014 0

In two weeks’ time the World Cup held in Brazil will be over, along with the reports raised by the social conditions of Brazilians. The World Cup usually represents an economic opportunity for the

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Every Angel Is Terrible, by Susanna Tamaro

Every Angel Is Terrible, by Susanna Tamaro

Martina BALZAROTTI July 1, 2014 0

This novel is about a girl who is born in December of 1957 in Trieste, that in those years it was a gloomy, fearful city and it was full of hostility towards life, Italy,

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