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If London were like Venice – Se Londra fosse come Venezia
In this short story from 1899 the author, Somers John Summers (ca. 1874 – 1905), imagines London suddenly left without…
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In search of Aldus Pius Manutius a campo Sant’Agostin, Johannes M. P. Knoops
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Le Bestiaire ou Cortège d’Orphée, Guillaume Apollinaire
Published in 1911, Le Bestiaire ou Cortège d’Orphée is the first collection of poems by Guillaume Apollinaire. Embellishing the French…
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Street haunting: A London adventure, Virginia Woolf
Virginia Woolf (1882-1941), considered one of the most experimental writers of the Twentieth century, in this short story describes an…
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The Sun and the Fish – Il sole e il pesce, Virginia Woolf
“The Sun and the Fish” by Virginia Wolf describes her own experience of the first total eclipse of the Sun visible…
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Umanità, Ai Weiwei
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Venice. A sketch-book by Fred Richards
First Italian edition of drawings by painter Frederick Charles Richards (1878-1932).
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ПЕТЕРБУРГ – Pietroburgo – Petersburg
Michail Struve (1890—1949), writer and poet, invites the reader to take an imaginary walk through S. Petersburg. The author descrivbes…
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威尼斯哀歌 – Venice Elegy – Elegia Veneziana, Yang Lian
Yang Lian is one of the greatest Chinese poets alive. Edition in three languages: Chinese, English and Italian.