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Don Camillo and His Flock by Giovannino Guareschi
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Jun 12, 07

bookshelves: fiction
Recommended for: sense of humour
Read in July, 2005

the series of Don Camillo is the village priest & his adversary is Peppone, the communist Mayor and how the two deal with sitations that occur within their little village in Italy. The two antagonists stand on either side never shifting from their stance, but yet come togerther in their won ways to keep the peace within. Very humoursly written by Giovanni, a humour that even the most die hard leftists & those of a religious bent of mind will find hard not to agree.

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