The American: For Italy & the World
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Glimmers of love
Mother of two, Madeleine Johnson lived in Italy for almost three decades.
A change in values is at the core of Susan Froemke's film about the Metropolitan Opera's 1960s move to Lincoln Center.
Vying for Olympic glory and the art of fine writing are not so different if you look to their cores.
The way Italian politics has been conducted for decades can help American seeking the how's and why's of flip-flopping Donald Trump.
Moving from Milan to small town New Hampshire quickly alters your view of what Christmas, and winter, mean.
American and Italian sex scandals have little in common, since the former are Puritan and the latter appropriately Bacchic.