May 28, 2020
Titulo del libro: Le Storie Di Mia Zia
Profonda province modenese, a multiform famiglia - father, mother, zii e zie, prozie, nonni, bisnonni e trisavoli - e gli strani personaggi che vi orbitano attorno - amici, miti locali, imbroglioni, inventori, grandi mangiatori, politicanti e chi più ne ha più ne metta, Ugo Cornia filters i racconti orali dellamata zia e scrive the saga di una famiglia strampalata che abbraccia oltre centanni di Storie incredibili e leggendarie: le ultime gioie del trisnonno Bartolomeo Ferrari e lodio viscerale per il nemico di semper, lonorevole Marco Arturo Vicini, the zia Maria che with il fratello morto da tempo, the annoying omonymy of the father with a uomo scomparso qualche anno prima, il miracolo del brodo della zia Bruna, the zia Filomena and il poet Corteggiatore Sono Storie che aprono e chiudono its panorami più vasti (lItalia, the province, il tempo che passa), Storie che spigolano inside the umana mind, inside it nostre speranze e, with luminous e sagace leggerezza, sanno essere in namorate della vita, della sua inefficienza, della sua approssimazione.
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