nonviolent struggle does not lose its relevance. Antonio Carioti writes about it in the newsletter of "la Lettura", coming today. The newsletter also proposes the incipit of Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood, interviewed by Alessia Rastelli in the new issue of the supplement, Saturday 8 May available in preview in the insert App and in the web browser, and Sunday 9 in newsstands. Atwood's novel returns on May 13 for Ponte alle Grazie, while the 4th season of the TV series The Handmaid's Tale has just begun, inspired by the Canadian author's Handmaid's tale.
the newsletter, which arrives by email on Friday to subscribers (from here) and subscribers to the "reading" App (for which it remains accessible for a week via the web), also offers advice on what to read, watch, listen to.
in Addition to the newsletter and the new number in the preview already on Saturday, the App of "Reading" offers a daily Theme of the Day: a focus extra, only digital.In the digital edition of "la Lettura" it is also possible to consult the archive of all the releases from 2011 to today. An explorable heritage with an advanced search engine by theme, author, date and specific content categories (artist covers, visual data, Book rankings, graphic novels). The App can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play. The cost of the subscription is 3.99 euros per month or 39.99 per year, with a free week.
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