Tindari is the name of small ancient village in Sicily. Salvatore Quasimodo wrote a poem about it titled Vento a Tindari (Wind at Tindari). I have never been there, but to me, like in Quasimodo’s poem, is something lost to which we still belong. In these years, for the first time in my life, I am understanding much more about what Italy is to me and what it means to my identity. This website is a flowing narration of Italy, its culture, its society, the things I see, the things I read, my reflections on this nation and the way it represents itself.

My name is Giuseppe Sorrentino, I teach Italian in the United States of America and live in Italy for part of the year.

If you want to contact me, you can use this address: peppe.sorrentino@outlook.com


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