Richard R. Nybakken
- Translation into: English
Quello che hai amatoEleven young Italian female voices with a single imperative: to tell the truth, and nothing but the truth.
Art in Italy Between the Two World WarsA deeper, rigorously documented analysis effectively illustrating how such great artistic expression was possible even under a dictatorship.
Encounters and AmbushesOne of the most established and indisputably valuable voices in the panorama of Italian literature and poetry.
Don’t Be QuietA title that directly addresses the reader to remind him not to remain silent in the face of the injustices.
The History of Art Histories«We are faced with a book that has everything it needs to become a classic»
The Incredible Story of LaviniaA quintessential Milanese “urban fairy tale” which has become a classic of children’s literature.
The Story of Inkdrop and SnowflakeThree of Italy’s most celebrated children’s authors has created a profoundly poetic, wintry story of friendship between two vessels full of dreams, ideas, and possible futures.
Pizza For Do It YourselfersAn American eats on average around 13 kg of pizza per year; a Italian 20; a Neapolitan, 48.
The Latest ArrivalFrom this month, Booksinitaly will host some reading reports of the main Italian literary magazines. The first one is WUZ – the social mag dedicated to books.
The Masters of the Book: Control Over the Press in the Early Modern EraLay authorities could not ignore the “matter of books” because “these words form the opinions of the world, which cause sectarianism, sedition, and ultimately war.”