The language is often serene, and bound to nature.
The latest novel in translation by Italian author, playwright, and screenwriter Diego De Silva at first glance belongs to the swelling genre of paternalistic parables for the digital age.
Navigating the narrative threads of "Captives" is a bit like trying to make it through a hedge-maze while blindfolded, drunk, and asleep.
After Batista’s dictatorship, Castro had the support of an entire people.
Dump trucks from the Department of Public Works came for the bodies.
In hindsight, it couldn't have happened anywhere but here.
"You let Jews into your home? The people who killed your brother!"
Why hasn't anyone invented a country for those who don't belong anywhere?
For very important murders, the consent of the commission is required.
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