What Hell Is Not

[Ciò che inferno non è]
Oneworld Pubns Ltd
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Type: Literature
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Federico is a seventeen year old teenager from a good family who gives up going to England for a month to learn English, fascinated by the request for help from his Religion teacher at the Vittorio Emanuele High School.  He becomes a character around whom the others revolve. And he accepts to go to help Don Pino in the Brancaccio neighborhood.  Federico loves words, plays with words, loves literature and is a poet.

Magnificent how the relationship between the two brothers is portrayed. And in the end, the brother Manfredi, who studies neurology and is almost perfect in everything, also ends up involving Brancaccio. But Brancaccio is still hell.