The grandeur of Hillary Clinton

IL devotes its COVER STORY to the White House candidate, with an insight of Paul Berman.

The focus leaves no doubt about the preference of the American writer,  journalist and essayist. The motivation is explained by Christian Rocca in the prologue of the November issue. “Hillary is not a reactionary. She is a progressive liberal. You like it or not, but she is a formidable woman, prepared and capable”.

The cover story also includes focus on the election programs of both candidates and on the US voting systems.
The FIRST PAGE is about a trip to Turin, the discreet and experimental city by vocation. IL suggest 50 reasons to visit the capital of Piedmont, including art, music, creative workshops.
For good music lovers YOLO dwells on the documentary about Oasis, Supersonic.

An interview to Don DeLillon, American writer, essayist, playwright and screenwriter is to be found in EXPLICIT: on the one side the dream of eternal life and on the other side  the story of an ordinary decline. Notes of a day in Venice, vis-a-vis with the author of Zero K, his new novel published in Italy by Einaudi.
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