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"Plainly the work of a forceful and ambitious writer... (Class) is like little else I've read in recent years." --Dwight Garner, The New York Times
The breakout novel by Francesco Pacifico, one of Italy's most acclaimed writers, hailed by Dana Spiotta as "brilliantly funny and weirdly subversive"
Ludovica and Lorenzo live in Rome. She works in her family's bookstore, and he's a filmmaker--or, rather, a "filmmaker" so far, all he's produced is one pretentious short film that even his friends don't take seriously. But somehow, he gets a scholarship to C... View More...