Expo 58

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| 14 total contributions of which 14 reviews , 0 quotes , 0 images , 0 notes , 0 video
Expo 58 may represent a glittering future, both for Europe and for Thomas himself, but he will soon be forced to decide where his public and private loyaties really lie.Returning to the acidic humour of What a Carve Up! and The Rotters' ...
Wrote 1/4/16
A half-missed opportunity?
Let me get this straight: I think Jonathan Coe has written some really great stories (even though I've never picked up the courage to read "What a carve up!", i.e. "La famiglia Winshaw" in the Italian translation), and so I was very pleased to see th...Continua
Il Cocco
Wrote 10/10/15
A fun trip in our not so distant past, where there were no smartphones and no internet and people could really wonder before a world that was already fast-changing and full of discoveries. May not be Coe's finest moment but it sure is a pleasurable r...Continua
Wrote 3/28/14

Through his vacillation, he condemned her to a lifetime of unrest.

Wrote 2/27/14

Da architetto, leggere la storia dell'expo di Bruxelles, mi è piaciuto. La storia un po' banale.

Wrote 12/17/13

Debole per 3/4 , alcune punte di ironia apprezzabili , carino sul finale dove si sciolgono alcuni nodi e si fa spazio alla malinconia

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