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Rome's Book Fair Reflects A Country Unwilling To Surrender

Posted at 8:33AM Wednesday 08 Jan 2014

Readers, professionals and publishers met in Rome this past December for the 12th annual Più Libri Più Liberi, the book fair for small and medium publishers. Taking place in the magnificent Palazzo dei Congressi, the fair is a 'can't miss" event for Rome's readers and for the Italian publishing industry.

(Now there's an idea for London...)

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