sábado, 21 de novembro de 2015
By TOM RACHMAN
THE NEW YORK TIMES, NOV. 20, 2015
Umberto Eco’s early novels gained a reputation as intellectual entertainments, dense with esoterica and dotted with Latin, of a heft you’d rather not drop on your toe. By contrast, his new conspiracy thriller is a fleet volume, slim in pages but plump in satire about modern Italy.
Posted by Francisco Augusto Vaz Brasil at 21:13