Wanda Newby grew up in a small village in the mountains of Slovenia - the daughter of the village school-master. This is an affectionate evocation of the simple and close-knit community and of a whole way of life that has now vanished. When Wanda was ten, Mussolini - frightened of Yugoslav nationalist feeling - transferred her father to a village in Italy. She describes school in Parma, dances in the village, feast days and festivals.
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Descrizione libro PICADOR, 1992. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110330323563