A moving story, from the celebrated collection of novels and letters Antonio Gramsci wrote to his children while in prison. A suspended and charming tale, dedicated to a fabulous Sardinia and to the most adventurous among its inhabitants: children and animals. The beautiful images by Viola Niccolai, making her debut with this book, give substance and body to Gramsci's words: an affectionate and deep dialogue between past and present, myth and chronicle, childhood and adulthood, written in a clear and bright prose which underlines the indissoluble bond between the childish optimism and the pessimist vision of adulthood.
[Text in Italian]
A book for:
- telling a story that won't leave anyone indifferent;
- reading a classic of Italian children's literature in a different way.