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Black Lives Matter

Our cultural centre is situated in a neighbourhood, where we also live, rich and vibrant with cultural diversity. Many of…

Italian Book Review: Achille piè veloce, by Stefano Benni

But reading is only rewarding to the committed reader. This lesson Benni makes clear throughout his novel. Those who have read The Odyssey and The Iliad before it will make the most of the plot and character symmetries here, in Achille piè veloce. They will also do best at unpacking the book’s at times challenging structure and dreamlike passages. The prepared reader, like Ulisse, — not always the prolific reader — is in the best position to reap the story’s rewards. It is a parallel that Benni makes explicit.

Manifesto

No, that’s not an album title (well, it is, actually, but that’s not what is being referenced here). Historians have…

Adults Course: Ponti

The Italian word “ponte” means bridge, both a physical bridge used to cross over water and ametaphorical one connecting various…

Adult: Pop! Courses

Adult: Pop! Courses For members only. Become a Member Access Course This eight-part web-series teaches Beginners’ Italian (levels A1 and…