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Una cosa piccola che sta per esplodere

by Paolo Cognetti

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Five stories in which adolescents are the protagonists and in which their view of the (adult) world is dealt with in detail. A complex world full of contradictions which they are trying to get to grips with, sometimes resisting, in the resigning. It's a world in which they have seen their parents fail and become disappointed and that is a fate they want to try to avoid. Beautifully written, very insightful and moving. Great author! ( )
  stef7sa | Jan 5, 2017 |
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«Ricordatelo quando toccherà a te, – dice. – Puoi fare del tuo meglio, ma sbaglierai tutto lo stesso. I figli sono una battaglia persa».
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