Clash of civilization for an elevator in Piazza Vittorio
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Murder in Piazza Vittorio: an Italian comedy written by an author of Algerian origin. This Amara Lakhous novel is a wise and irresistible satire mixture of costume and yellow novel based on a crackling dialectal polyphony of Gaddiana Memory (the "pasty" stands on the secret background of the scene as a texting numer). The small multicultural crowd that animates the vicissitudes of a stable in Piazza Vittorio surprises for the truth and precision of anthropological analysis, the brio and the apparent lightness of the story. Starting from the murder of a losco character nicknamed "Il Gladiator", a survey is winding that allows us to penetrate the universe of the most multi-ethnic neighborhoods in Rome: Piazza Vittorio. Perhaps it is enough to stage fragments of daily life intertwined around the elevator, punctually at the origin of so many condominium disputes, to understand the focal node of the fleet, discussed, denied or invoked cash of civilization that takes our present and our future e Flame the political, social and religious-cultural debate of our days.