The American: For Italy & the World
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Mother of two, Madeleine Johnson lived in Italy for almost three decades.
Eastern reporters still searching for clues to explain the ascent of Donald Trump repeat a condescending error again and again.
How many times have you heard someone tell you they're writing a novel? Truth is, most of the time they're not, or can't.
A summer vacation in New Hampshire feels like so many others until you realize its not a vacation at all.
After a quarter century in Milan, Madeleine Johnson heads home to America, but not before a nod to her city.
The author arrived in Milan in 1992. Now, 25 years later, it's another city and another Italy. Or is it?