ROME TALES

stories translated by Hugh Shankland, edited by Helen Constantine.

This collection of 20 stories spanning 700 years includes works by Italian authors ranging from Boccaccio to Casanova, and Pier Paolo Pasolini to Dacia Maraini.

The anthology reflects the dual identity of Rome as both a modern metropolis and an ancient city of inexhaustible fascination.

There is a map showing the locations and each story is illustrated with an emblematic photograph.

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Address Available for €14.50 at the Almost Corner Bookshop, Via del Moro 45, tel. 065836942.

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Available for €14.50 at the Almost Corner Bookshop, Via del Moro 45, tel. 065836942.