Have you ever pictured a happier life than the one you are living?
Hilary Mantel manages to revive an epoch when plotting and scheming were essential components of everyday life. This holds especially true at Hampton Court, Henry VIII’s palace, where power has got to be seized and maintained, by fair means or foul.
Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque is a collection of Poe’s tales, published for the first time in 1840. Today, it is a milestone in classic literature and it is constantly republished. Thanks to the combination of an extraordinary imagination and an analytical intellect, it
From the 5th until the 8th December 2015, Più Libri Più Liberi, a national fair dedicated to minor publishing houses, will take place at Palazzo dei Congressi in Rome. This 14th edition will look closely at the changes faced by the publishing sector, embracing their