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Blues in Sedici: Ballata Della Citta Dolente (Universale Economica) (Italian Edition) download ebook

by Stefano Benni

Blues in Sedici: Ballata Della Citta Dolente (Universale Economica) (Italian Edition) download ebook
ISBN:
8807814633
ISBN13:
978-8807814631
Author:
Stefano Benni
Publisher:
Feltrinelli Traveller (January 1, 1998)
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Pages:
58 pages
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1908 kb
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1149 kb
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Rating:
4.4

ISBN13:9788807814631. Release Date:January 1998.

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We discussed this book in my book club. Everyone liked it. I read it in Italian because I continue to study Italian. Okay, I had to read this for my Italian class, so I was a bit biased against it in the first place. My present textbook is a biography of Lorenzo Da Ponte, which I look forward to very much. The book is more oblique than the film of the same name. Also, at my school, you're supposed to have an extra semester more of Italian before you read this, but due to extraneous issues (. professors going on leave, just a generally small department), it was the only class offered.