A dress for my mother

Christian, the young protagonist of the fascinated novel of fashion, leaves Italy to start living in San Francisco, the multi-ethnic city, libertine, hippy and homosexual of the United States.

In an Italian coffee she knows Romina and her friendship of her will reveal to Christian a well more complex and unexpected appearance. He will face his past and the problematic relationship with the defunct mother, letting himself lead on the fascinating carousel of the dance theater inspired by the Cockettes, a hippy phenomenon of the San Francisco of the 1960s who traces the philosophical traces of an intramous Isadora Duncan the dance creator improvised and free body movements. The stage and performances of the dance theater will give you answers to her questions, because of her inner torment and a peaceful reunion with her mother.

  • Author: Emanuela A. Serughetti
  • Format: Paperback, 14.5 x 21 cm
  • Pages: 242
  • Publisher: Boopen
  • Year: 2011

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