The American: For Italy & the World
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Milan-born Eleonora acts, writes, watches comedy, drinks tea and is enrolled at Brown University.
The author, fresh out of Brown, has reflections and ruminations on her red-cup experiences.
The Italian and American school systems differ in many ways, but how each interprets failure is especially telling.
Never mind planes and trains, buses are cheap and fun, so long as you find the right seat and song.
Religious holidays involving fasts require a detailed diary to do them famished justice.
Once upon a time, pens made the girl, at least when it came to Italian school popularity.