Never-Ending Book Quiz
Ah, those good days when I was a young bride and left my native village and came to Rome! You know the song:
Quando la ciociara si marita
A chi tocca lo spago e a chi la ciocia.
But I gave my husband everything, strings and sandal and all, because he was my husband and also because he was taking me to Rome, and I was pleased to be going there and did not know that misfortune was waiting for me there in Rome. I had a round face, big wide black eyes, and black hair that grew almost down to my waist and was coiled into two thick braids, thick as ropes. My mouth was red as coral and when I laughed I showed two rows of close-set, regular white teeth.
Opening lines of:
Choose the correct answer:The Courtyard of Dreams, Anna Monardo The Day of the Owl, Leonardo Sciascia The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, Giorgio Bassani Two Women, Alberto Moravia
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