Italian Neighbors

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In this deliciously seductive account of an Italian neighborhood with a statue of the Virgin at one end of the street, a derelict bottle factory at the other, and a wealth of exotic flora and fauna in between, acclaimed novelist Tim Parks celebrates ...Continua
Wrote 9/24/09
I have to admit that I was quite suspicious of this book. I thought, "ok, this is gonna be one of those boring and predictable accounts of the dark side of Italy blah blah". I was wrong. It's true, Mr. Parks has sometimes quite a posh attitude toward...Continua
Wrote 7/2/09

It's always curious and funny to see how foreigners, and the English in this case, perceive our Italian habits and peculiarities.

Wrote 3/4/08
Life as an expat. Hmm.
now that's an issue I relate to. And this has nothing to do with the usual American menopausal hags who move to a deeeliiiiicious cottage in unspoilt Tuscany and fancy the local plumber. Tim Parks describes life amongst these aliens, the Italians, ex...Continua

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