"Veronesi's point, that Pietro is no crazier than anybody else in a world that has lost its bearings, is made sympathetically but at too great length."
Your wife dies suddenly. You're left with your little girl. Now what? The Italian Veronesi (The Force of the Past
, 2003, etc.) explores a widower's eccentric behavior in his prize-winning eighth novel, later an art-house movie.
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