Barcodes by Shpend Sollaku Noé
Codici a Barre

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In this English and Italian edition,Shpend Sollaku Noé stands up as Dante Alighieri of the twenty-first century: there are no pits or circles of hell in his poem, but his vision is equally terrifying. Reading Barcodes, we feel more than damned, real puppets who move around the world-hell where, instead of flames, there are computers, loans, envy, image obsession, false religion, lack of culture, fabrication of history, unscrupulous bureaucracy, corruption, and incivility.
 

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In this English and Italian edition,Shpend Sollaku Noé stands up as Dante Alighieri of the twenty-first century: there are no pits or circles of hell in his poem, but his vision is equally terrifying. Reading Barcodes, we feel more than damned, real puppets who move around the world-hell where, instead of flames, there are computers, loans, envy, image obsession, false religion, lack of culture, fabrication of history, unscrupulous bureaucracy, corruption, and incivility.
 
Published March 23, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 128 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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