The Day of the Owl and Equal Danger by Leonardo Sciascia

I don’t know if there is more I can say about Sciascia than I’ve already said…and surely it’s been said better by others. It’s a surreal world he describes, and to think in actuality it is the real world.

I recommend to anybody who has read the Neapolitan series by Ferrante to read these. It gives a different perspective on the corrupt and violent society which is the source of her writing.

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