Jonathan Coe: Numero Undici

Nel suo romanzo “Numero undici” (Feltrinelli, 2015) Jonathan Coe ci presenta una realtà sociale e politica che devasta il quotidiano dimostrando che nulla di quello che accade nella società possa non avere influenza nel quotidiano comune di ciascun cittadino.Gli eventi politici, i comportamenti sociali, lo sviluppo di realtà pseudo societarie come i reality show, la profonda e perenne divisione tra chi è ricco e ostenta … Continua a leggere Jonathan Coe: Numero Undici

Individualism Kills the Thought

Sometimes living seems completely unnatural to me.A paradox? A contradiction? A discontent? Who knows, maybe all and none.In reality, we have become so used to individualism that nothing more seems to recognize the value of exchange and comparison and, if these are lacking, living is nothing but vegetating in a condition of less industriousness than a blade of grass in a meadow. uncultivated.These days, inevitably, … Continua a leggere Individualism Kills the Thought


To lead a people it does not take anger, accusations and claims, but ideas, listening and sharing are needed, all seasoned with a good dose of competence, humility, self-denial.A good leader is not the one who screams and lies, but the one who listens and is able to make a synthesis. A good leader is not a leader, but a person who takes care of … Continua a leggere Leaders

Where Is the Sun?

The sun is only within you.What does the heart of the innocent laugh at? And what makes their eyes wet with tears?It is the same thing that the hypocrites pride themselves on, but interpreted in the opposite way, power.The innocent laugh at it because they don’t need it, although they suffer because of its foolish groundlessness and iniquity.The hypocrites put on it, they even invent … Continua a leggere Where Is the Sun?