The American: For Italy & the World
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The bus ride
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.
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.
When the wheel of fortune makes you pick a restaurant for your friends, beware lifetime consequences.