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Non Dirmi Che Hai Paura

Author: Giuseppe Catozzella
Publisher: Feltrinelli Editore
ISBN: 8858822811
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“Catozzella è uno scrittore. Con questa materia sordida riesce a fare letteratura” Corrado Augias Samia è una ragazzina di Mogadiscio. Ha la corsa nel sangue. Ogni giorno divide i suoi sogni con Alì, che è amico del cuore, confidente e primo, appassionato allenatore. Mentre intorno, in Somalia, le armi parlano sempre più forte la lingua della sopraffazione, Samia guarda lontano, e avverte nelle sue gambe magre e velocissime un destino di riscatto per il paese martoriato e per le donne somale. Gli allenamenti notturni nello stadio deserto, per nascondersi dagli occhi accusatori degli integralisti, e le prime affermazioni la portano, a soli diciassette anni, a qualificarsi alle Olimpiadi di Pechino. Arriva ultima, ma diventa un simbolo per le donne musulmane in tutto il mondo. Il suo vero sogno, però, è vincere. L’appuntamento è con le Olimpiadi di Londra del 2012. Ma tutto diventa difficile. Gli integralisti prendono ancora più potere, Samia corre chiusa dentro un burqa. Rimanere lì, all’improvviso, non ha più senso. Una notte parte, a piedi, rincorrendo la libertà e il sogno di vincere le Olimpiadi. Sola, intraprende il Viaggio di ottomila chilometri, l’odissea dei migranti dall’Etiopia al Sudan e, attraverso il Sahara, alla Libia, per arrivare via mare in Italia. Giuseppe Catozzella per mesi è entrato dentro la vita reale di Samia, e l’ha reinventata in una voce dolcissima, scrivendo un romanzo memorabile.

Don T Tell Me You Re Afraid

Author: Giuseppe Catozzella
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1594206414
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Based on a remarkable true story, an unforgettable Somali girl risks her life on the migrant journey to Europe to run in the Olympic Games At eight years of age, Samia lives to run. She shares her dream with her best friend and neighbor, Ali, who appoints himself her "professional coach." Eight-year-old Ali trains her, times her, and pushes her to achieve her goals. For both children, Samia's running is the bright spot in their tumultuous life in Somalia. She is talented, brave, and determined to represent her country in the Olympic Games, just like her hero, the great Somali runner Mo Farah. For the next several years, Samia and Ali train at night in a deserted stadium as war rages and political tensions continue to escalate. Despite the lack of resources, despite the war, and despite all of the restrictions imposed on Somali women, Samia becomes a world-class runner. As a teenager, she is selected to represent her country at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. She finishes last in her heat at the Games, but the sight of the small, skinny woman in modest clothes running in the dust of athletes like Veronica Campbell-Brown brings the Olympic stadium to its feet. Samia sets her sights on the 2012 Games in London. Conditions in Somalia have worsened, and she must make the arduous migrant journey across Africa and the Mediterranean alone. Just like millions of refugees, Samia risks her life for the hope of a better future. Don't Tell Me You're Afraid is the unforgettable story of a courageous young woman, and it is also a remarkable window onto a global crisis.

Little Warrior

Author: Giuseppe Catozzella
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780571322688
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A heartbreaking novel, inspired by a true story, about a Somali girl who is willing to sacrifice everything to fulfill her dream of becoming a champion runner. Little Warrior is based on the life of Samia Omar, a girl who grows up in war-torn Somalia determined to be a world-class sprinter. She sleeps with a photo of Mo Farah by her bed, trains hard despite the violence and prejudice around her, and makes the national team. But with the war encroaching on their family, her sister is forced to make the treacherous journey to Europe by boat. Samia, scared for her life and for her dreams, decides to join her, which means putting her life in the hands of traffickers...

Survival In Auschwitz

Author: Primo Levi
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684826801
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The author describes his twenty month ordeal in the Nazi death camp.

The Marchesa

Author: Simonetta Agnello Hornby
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1466804408
Size: 59.54 MB
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A richly evocative tale of a woman's struggle for life and love A triumphant follow-up to Simonetta Agnello Hornby's internationally acclaimed The Almond Picker, this entertaining new novel is an intricate family saga interwoven with violent passions, cruelty, deceit, and the abuse of power. The Marchesa is an eyeopening historical drama about a remarkable woman and her extraordinary family, and the complex, often abusive relations that mark the lives of master and servant, brother and sister, husband and wife. Costanza Safamita, beloved daughter of Baron Domenico Safamita, is a precious but unusual child. Redhaired, gawky, and shy, she is considered an outsider by many on the family estate, but her adoring father makes her sole heir to the Safamita fortune, and then everything changes—for them and for her. Now she must conquer glittering, alien Palermo—where, uncertain of her future, she falls in love with a charming, dissolute young marchese whose sexual appetite she fears she cannot satiate. The Marchesa's brave, unusual story offers an unprecedented woman's perspective on the incestuous hypocrisy of the Sicilian aristocracy during a dramatic time in its history, as the Bourbon monarchy collapsed, the Mafia rose to power, and Palermo's decadent aristocracy began its inevitable decline. These themes are flawlessly woven into the fabric of Costanza's triumphant life, so that The Marchesa becomes not only an unforgettable human tale but a masterly fresco of a vanished world.

Wave

Author: Suzy Lee
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811859240
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A wordless picture book that shows a little girl's first experiences at the beach, as she goes from being afraid of the roaring waves to playing on the shore while gulls soar overhead.

In The Sea There Are Crocodiles

Author: Fabio Geda
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0385534744
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When ten-year-old Enaiatollah Akbari’s small village in Afghanistan falls prey to Taliban rule in early 2000, his mother shepherds the boy across the border into Pakistan but has to leave him there all alone to fend for himself. Thus begins Enaiat’s remarkable and often punish­ing five-year ordeal, which takes him through Iran, Turkey, and Greece before he seeks political asylum in Italy at the age of fifteen. Along the way, Enaiat endures the crippling physical and emotional agony of dangerous border crossings, trekking across bitterly cold mountain pathways for days on end or being stuffed into the false bottom of a truck. But not every­one is as resourceful, resilient, or lucky as Enaiat, and there are many heart-wrenching casualties along the way. Based on Enaiat’s close collaboration with Italian novelist Fabio Geda and expertly rendered in English by an award- winning translator, this novel reconstructs the young boy’s memories, perfectly preserving the childlike perspective and rhythms of an intimate oral history. Told with humor and humanity, In the Sea There Are Crocodiles brilliantly captures Enaiat’s moving and engaging voice and lends urgency to an epic story of hope and survival. From the Hardcover edition.

An Olympic Dream

Author: Reinhard Kleist
Publisher: SelfMadeHero
ISBN: 9781910593097
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The image of Samia Yusuf Omar running for last place at the 2008 Beijing Olympics will forever be imprinted in the minds of all who saw it: The lean Somalian, wearing knee-length leggings and a baggy T-shirt, came in seconds behind her competitors. What the cheering crowd couldn't know then was what it took to get there. An Olympic Dream follows Omar's second attempt to represent her country at the Olympics, this time in London. Reinhard Kleist pictures the athlete training in one of the most dangerous cities in the world; her passage through Sudan and into Libya; and her fateful attempt to reach Europe. By telling the story of one remarkable woman, Kleist gives voice to the thousands of migrants who risk their lives daily for a better future.

The Somali Within

Author: Brioni Simone
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351540491
Size: 35.14 MB
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The recent histories of Italy and Somalia are closely linked. Italy colonized Somalia from the end of the 19th century to 1941, and held the territory by UN mandate from 1950 to 1960. Italy is also among the destination countries of the Somali diaspora, which increased in 1991 after civil war. Nonetheless, this colonial and postcolonial cultural encounter has often been neglected. Critically evaluating Gilles Deleuze and F?x Guattari?s concept of ?minor literature?, as well as drawing on postcolonial literary studies, The Somali Within analyses the processes of linguistic and cultural translation and self-translation, the political engagement with race, gender, class and religious discrimination, and the complex strategies of belonging and unbelonging at work in the literary works in Italian by authors of Somali origins. Brioni proposes that the ?minor? Somali Italian connection might offer a major insight into the transnational dimension of contemporary ?Italian? literature and ?Somali? culture.