By Alessio Paša
Los angeles vicenda di Occhitelli mariarotta benvolendo sopraspina tornamore se (titolo che proviene dal brodo culturale del Finnegans Wake, ultimo lavoro di James Joyce) si svolge nei giorni che intercorrono tra il dicembre 1973 (il mese della prima domenica di austerity, con divieto di circolazione delle vehicle) e il 15 gennaio 1974. Il protagonista è Francesco, neolaureato in filosofia e svogliatamente in cerca di lavoro, il quale, grazie alle sue buone conoscenze linguistiche, viene inaspettatamente assunto da una strana azienda di import-export. Francesco, fidanzato con Laura, con los angeles quale ha già fissato l. a. facts del matrimonio, alla Render Srl conoscerà Sara, bella e misteriosa siro-tedesca. Coprotagonista è Dix, tipica figura degli anni ’70, al limite tra il provocatore, l’agitatore e il profittatore. Intorno alle malinconie sentimentali di Francesco si snoda, drammatica, los angeles storia vera: l’attacco a Fiumicino di Settembre Nero e, dopo pochi giorni, l’omicidio a Madrid di Carrero Blanco, delfino di Francisco Franco. Il romanzo, numero uno della trilogia in corso d’opera, con l. a. sua fantasia, dinamicità e intelligenza, conferma l’estro creativo di Alessio Pasa.
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These ranged from flogging and the pillory to the gruesome torture and execution of a would-be regicide, an account of which opens Foucault’s book. Yet within two decades this multiplicity of punishments had been reduced to one: detention. Foucault asks why. In addressing this question, he adopts Lord Acton’s distinction between the history of a period and that of a problem. The former would address the ideological movements, economic changes, social conditions, and, of course, the individual agents that fashioned this dramatic shift in practice.
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