If the sun dies

Starting from the political and symbolic value of the race to the conquest of the Moon, the great writer accompanies us in the electrifying climate of an America who was redesigning himself and the world and questions the individual and social transformations brought by technological development: divided between skepticism of the Father, convinced that "men will always have the same problems, on earth as on the moon", and the enthusiasm for the horizons opened by progress, Fallaci emerge with incredible intuited the risks of technological alienation and at the same time , tells the dreams and the "desperate optimism" of a West launched towards the conquest of the future.

  • Author: Oriana Fallaci
  • Format: Paperback, 13 x 20 cm
  • Pages: 500
  • Publisher: BUR Univ. Rizzoli Library
  • Necklace: works by Oriana Fallaci
  • Year: 2000

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