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L'epica storia d'amore tra la giovane Alma Belasco e il giardiniere giapponese Ichimei: una vicenda che trascende il tempo e che spazia dalla Polonia della Seconda guerra mondiale alla San Francisco dei nostri giorni.


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©2015 Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore S.r.l. Tradotto da Elena Liverani (P)2016 Audible Studios

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  • 03-09-16

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This is the story of many culturally different lives that converged in the new world of the USA. In my opinion is the author best book....so far. It demonstrates the domain of the art of writing and the in depth knowledge of the human being no matter his or her age and cultural inheritance. The fascinating interlaces of romantic moments and brutal evidences of terrible historical moments gives the romance a significant acceptance among young as well as old audience. Isabel Allende shows in this book her total integration in the American way of life and more so to the Californian and in particular SF aspect of human existence.

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