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See You in the Piazza

TRAVEL

See You in the Piazza

Reviewed by Danny Heitman ×

The author of "Under the Tuscan Sun" is back with another collection of moments gleaned from a life in a seemingly timeless setting.
The B&N Podcast: Lidia Bastianich

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Lidia Bastianich

Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

The chef, author and television personality who brought traditional Italian cooking to the U.S. tells her story of coming as a child to America.
Earthly Remains

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

Earthly Remains

Reviewed by Anna Mundow ×

Inspector Brunetti returns to take on another murder in La Serenissima. And that, Anna Mundow writes, is a good thing.
Rescue in Rome: Virginia Baily

INTERVIEW

Rescue in Rome: Virginia Baily

A Conversation with Bill Tipper ×

The author of "Early One Morning" on the true story of heroism in Nazi-occupied Rome that inspired her novel. A conversation with Bill Tipper.
The Pope’s Daughter

A READING LIFE

The Pope’s Daughter

Reviewed by Katherine A. Powers ×

Was Lucrezia Borgia one of the most sinister figures of the Italian Renaissance? Or just a woman who learned to wield power. Katherine A. Powers reviews.
The Story of the Lost Child

FICTION

The Story of the Lost Child

Reviewed by Anna Mundow ×

Elena Ferrante's enthralling Neapolitan quartet comes to a close with a novel that closes the circle opened in "My Brilliant Friend." Review by Anna Mundow.
Kindred Sleuths

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

Kindred Sleuths

By Anna Mundow ×

A pair of mysteries -- one set on the moors of Yorkshire, the other in a Tuscan fortress -- delve into a territory that transcends geography. Essay by Anna Mundow.
The Woman in the Mirror: The Novels of Elena Ferrante

Reviews & Essays

The Woman in the Mirror: The Novels of Elena Ferrante

Reviewed by John Freeman ×

With Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay, the story of a woman's life finds epic dimension in an interior landscape.

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Agostino

Reviews & Essays

Agostino

Reviewed by Christopher Byrd ×

A lost Italian novella of mother-son devotion is this summer's least conventional beach read.