Last weekend, I caught up with “A perdifiato”, a book probably bought in Trieste sometime ago. It means breathtaking and the theme is peculiar (marathon preparation, adoption), the setting (Szeged and Trieste and eventually Haiti), and the pace.

I discovered Covacich many years ago when he wrote “La poetica dell’ Unabomber” – do you remember, at that time in the North East we had this Unabomber criminal...I then read the beautiful “Trieste sottosopra”, about my home town. Now that I think of it, Unabomber was never caught…incredible, isn’t it?

I must now confess, I am curious to see what Szeged looks like, especially when the Tizla is in bloom…

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