The Garden Party and Other Stories by Katherine Mansfield: a review

Hello, bookworms! Today I want to tell you something about a book I’ve recently read: The Garden Party and Other Stories, a collection of short stories by the New Zealander author Katherine Mansfield. Published in 1922, it represents one of the masterpieces of Modernist production. I must admit I didn’t know it: I had neverContinue reading “The Garden Party and Other Stories by Katherine Mansfield: a review”

Florence Welch’s Useless Magic: a piece of magic that is not useless at all

Today I’ve decided to write an article about Florence Welch’s book, Useless Magic. This book was given to me as a gift by a special person, someone who knows exactly how I feel about Florence and her group, Florence + the Machine. I simply believe she’s a pure spirit in this corrupted world and thatContinue reading “Florence Welch’s Useless Magic: a piece of magic that is not useless at all”

Angela Carter and music

In this article I’m going to talk about one of my favourite writers ever: Angela Carter. Not only I absolutely adore her, I also wrote my Master’s thesis on her. In particular, I wrote about her collection of fairy tales, The Bloody Chamber. Published in 1979, this masterpiece represents the symbol of the movement ofContinue reading “Angela Carter and music”

My little collection of tales: At the window

In August 2020 I gathered the courage to publish a little collection of tales I wrote over the years. As I’m Italian, I originally wrote them in my mother tongue; after that, I thought I’d better try to translate them in English, which I did all by myself. You may think the collection is littleContinue reading “My little collection of tales: At the window”

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