In this companion volume toL'Italia verso il Duemila, Ugo Skubikowski provides a glimpse into authentic Italian life through the presentation of twelve interviews with Italians.
Intended as a text for students in second-year university and beyond,Vite italianebrings together discussions with Italians from different regions and backgrounds, who speak candidly about a wide range of experiences. Among those we encounter are a recent university graduate, a widow raising a young daughter as a single mother, a high school teacher who has traded her leftist political activism for a new, more moderate approach, and a successful, ambitious restauranteur. These and other interviews provide a fascinating and varied picture of life in Italy as experienced and described by Italians themselves.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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