We Are Family

Fabio Bartolomei (Author) Antony Shugaar (Translator)
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Product Details

Price
$18.00  $16.56
Publisher
Europa Editions
Publish Date
January 08, 2019
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.2 X 1.1 X 8.2 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781609455033
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About the Author

Fabio Bartolomei was born and lives in Rome. He's a writer and screenwriter. His first novel, Alfa Romeo 1300 and Other Miracles (Europa, 2012), and later made into the film Noi e la Giulia. In 2013 he won the Gran Premio delle Lettrici di Elle for We Are Family. His other novels are La Banda Degli Invisibili (2012) and Lezioni in Paradiso (2014). He teaches creative writing.

Antony Shugaar's translations for Europa Editions include For Grace Received by Valeria Parrella, Everybody's Right by Paolo Sorrentino, Fabio Bartolomei's Alfa Romeo 1300 and Other Miracles, and Margherita Dolce Vita by Stefano Benni.

Reviews

Praise for We Are Family

"Fabio Bartolomei's We Are Family is an extended, guffaw-inducing, and sometimes tragic trip through Al's young life. It reads like an Italian sitcom."--Forward Reviews

"We are Family proves the ability of the author to create a plot shot through with the richness of Italian comedy and bright irony." --Silvana Mazzocchi, La Repubblica

"An amazing novel: it'll move you and make you laugh." --Cristina De Stefano, Elle

Praise for Alfa Romeo 1300 and Other Miracles

"An entertaining and humorous debut." --La Repubblica

"A melancholy yet hopeful fable told with a smile." --Internazionale

"Bartolomei's style is swift and immensely readable." --Flaneri

"Alfa Romeo 1300 and Other Miracles left the kind of smile on my face that doesn't go unnoticed and which people often mistake for a kind of facial paralysis...Bartolomei is attentive to the proper rhythm of a story, the proper way to reveal plot, to what is and is not the right word in the right place, all of which produced exactly the right effect on this reader." --Valentina Aversano, Setteperuno