Judith Harris has resurrected a memorable woman! It is the first biography of an exceptionally versatile, attractive, strong woman with an exotic background, and is at the same time the tale of other fascinating people in a fascinating epoch
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One out of five young Italians are now classified as neither working, studying or in training programs — double the percentage of young NEETs in the rest of Europe.
Igiaba Scego is a strong, intense writer, and this reader admits difficulty in grasping her account of the horrid racism inflicted upon black Africans
Mid-summer Italy is sagra time, when even the smallest town enjoys celebrating itself and its local identity
The surprising and hitherto untold story of Evelina’s long life is a compelling drama that begins in the era of Lord Byron.
For anyone who has walked the stones of those ancient cities, and anyone who intends to someday, Pompeii Awakened is essential reading.
An entertaining account of the rediscovery of the buried city, Pompeii Awakened!
Judith Harris brings the doomed city to life.