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FOTOROMANZO NAPOLETANO
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FOTOROMANZO NAPOLETANO

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Product ID: 9788857234571
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Description
AUTHOR: Maurizio De Giovanni
PUBLISHER: SKIRA Editore
YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2017
GENRE: Contemporary narrative, Italian Neapolitan Cinema, Art & Cultrue
RECOMMENDED AGE: Adults
NUMBER OF PAGES: 92
FORMAT: Paperback 17cm x 24cm
LANGUAGE: Italian

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
"Il fotoromanzo che avete tra le mani è il grande, tenerissimo racconto della passione popolare. Il modo in cui i nostri bisnonni, i loro padri e i loro figli andavano a piangere della sorte altrui, tenendo presente in ogni singolo istante che era di loro che si raccontava, proprio di loro. Il soldato che è felice di morire per la patria, la dannazione di un amore perduto ma non finito, una malattia impietosa che non tiene conto della devozione. E la famiglia, la terra, il nome: tutti fondamenti di un cuore immenso che non conosciamo più, ma che ricordiamo fin troppo bene." (Dalla prefazione di Maurizio de Giovanni). Consulenza iconografica di Stefano Fittipaldi.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
"The photo story that you have in your hands is the great, tender story of popular passion, the way our great-grandparents, their fathers and their children went to cry of the fate of others, keeping in mind every single moment that was of them, their stories were told: the soldier who is happy to die for his country, the damnation of a lost but unfinished love, a merciless disease that does not take into account devotion, and the family, the earth, the name: all foundations of an immense heart that we no longer know, but that we remember too well." (From the preface by Maurizio de Giovanni). Iconographic consulting by Stefano Fittipaldi.
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