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A futura memoria: Se la memoria ha un futuro

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Prendendo spunto da diversi fatti di cronaca, l'autore denuncia le aberrazioni del sistema giudiziario, anticipando con lucida intelligenza i temi dell'attuale dibattito politico.
Hardcover, Letteraria, 164 pages
Published January 1st 1989 by Bompiani
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Óscar Brox
Aug 23, 2013 Óscar Brox rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Con su obra repartida entre dos colecciones, andanzas y fábulas, no cabe duda de que Leonardo Sciascia es uno de los nombres mayores del catálogo de Tusquets. Tanto es así que la editorial se ha animado a publicar un conjunto de artículos publicados en prensa entre 1979 y 1988, un año antes de su muerte. En esos diez años que abarca el libro, el paisaje evoluciona -muchos de los artículos tendrán como fondo el conocido maxiproceso que, desarrollado en Palermo, juzgó una multitud de delitos ligad ...more
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In questo volume è raccolta la produzione giornalistica di Leonardo Sciascia in tema di mafia e gestione della giustizia e del fenomeno dei pentiti. Vi si trovano articoli dedicati al Caso Tortora, al maxiprocesso a Cosa Nostra fino all'articolo che, uscito ad inizio 1987, sul "Corriere della Sera", sotto il titolo, non scelto dall'autore de "I professionisti dell'antimafia" provocò una serie di reazioni sconclusionate da parte di tutti i veri e presunti tutori dell'antimafia e degli eroi dell'a ...more
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Leonardo Sciascia wrote of his unique Sicilian experience, linking families with political parties, the treachery of alliances and allegiances and the calling of favours that resort in outcomes that are not for the benefit of society, but of those individuals who are in favour.
Sciascia perhaps, in the end, wanted to prove that the corruption that was and is endemic in Italian society helps only t
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