We are fascinated by the Italians; their style, politics, diet, sex lives and cars, not to mention their incredibly beautiful country, to which many thousands of us flock year after year. Annalisa Coppolaro-Nowell gives us the skinny on what makes Italians tick. Why are they healthy and slim in spite of their carb-rich food? Why do they dress up for every occasion, even if it"s a trip to the market? Why do young Italians stay at home with mamma until well into their thirties? How can a country that produced Botticelli also produce Berlusconi? Taking a close look at all aspects of life in Il Bel Paese, this book is the essential companion for the curious and the committed Italophile.
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(203mm x 134mm x 28mm)
Publisher: Pavilion Books
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Author Biography - Annalisa Coppolaro-Nowell
Annalisa Coppolaro-Nowell is an experienced Italian journalist. She is UK correspondent for the Italian national newspapers, Corriere della Sera and La Repubblica. Married to an Englishman, she divides her time between London and Tuscany.