Stelvio Mestrovich, “Mar’ja Ivànova Petrova”

There are two things that strike in Stelvio Mestrovich’s “Mar’ja Ivanova Petrova”, the first is familiarity with Russian literature and Bulgakov’s Moscow, the second is absolute metanarrativity.

The first condition makes a novel set in Russia in the nineties, at the time of Putin etc, appear to us from the nineteenth century. Count Fedör Michaijlovic Golovkin and his beautiful beloved…

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Patrizia Poli was born in Livorno in 1961. Writer of fiction and blogger, she published six novels.

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Patrizia Poli

Patrizia Poli

Patrizia Poli was born in Livorno in 1961. Writer of fiction and blogger, she published six novels.

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