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All'erta siam razzisti by Rosellina Balbi

All'erta siam razzisti

by Rosellina Balbi

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« Se ciascuno di noi facesse davvero i conti con se stesso, a proposito del razzismo, questo confronto potrebbe rappresentare, se non il principio della fine, almeno la fine del principio. »
(Rosellina Balbi)

Rosellina Balbi (Napoli, 1923 – Roma, 2 gennaio 1991) è stata una scrittrice e giornalista italiana.

Ha scritto diversi libri su argomenti di antropologia sociale, in particolar modo sulla camorra nel suo Madre paura, dove sviluppa l'idea che la camorra sia caratterizzata da un particolare status di paura continua. Con Hatikvà. Il ritorno degli ebrei nella Terra Promessa ha vinto Aquila d'Oro del Premio Estense.
  pecs | Jun 28, 2008 |
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