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In Bagheria, Dacia Maraini revisits the panorama of early reminiscence. She describes Sicily in sensuous aspect, the city of Bagheria, and the ancestral villa to which she again as a baby after terrible years of imprisonment together with her relations in a jap focus camp. The Villa Valguarnera and Maraini recollects the non secular struggles and her uprising opposed to the elitism of her category. She additionally discusses her adventure of kid abuse. Bagheria is additionally a story of corruption: centuries of the town's earlier spread along Maraini's relatives historical past as she info the involvement of the Mafia within the architectural decimation of Bagheria within the Nineteen Seventies.

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