|Category||Bambini e Ragazzi|
|Brand||il Narratore audiolibri|
“Il Giornalino di Gian Burrasca” is the diary of an imaginary boy called Giannino Stoppani, nicknamed “Gian Burrasca” for the pranks he gets up to. From one adventure to another, Giannino brings to the pages of a diary the joys and suffering of a misunderstood boy who manages to make his family look ridiculous. They tell him off, punish him and even send him off to boarding school, because they do not appreciate his good intentions as he plays his tricks for fun although but which regularly have disastrous results. This extraordinary literary success, by now a hundred years old, which stimulates and is always being reworked in film and TV, is now available in audiobook. The writer dedicates it to “the children of Italy … so that they may make their parents read it.” This book ridicules the hypocrisy of the petit bourgeois of Italy in the early 1900s and is still loved by the young who know how to observe and describe situations and people with intelligence and precision. This is something adults do not often realise. Gian Burrasca reveals the laws made by adult society and these laws are unbending and unchangeable: “Children, when confronted by grown ups are always wrong, especially when they are right.”
|Read by:||Eleonora Calamita|
|Running time:||8 h 05'|
|Copyright audio:||il Narratore audiolibri|
|Type support:||1 CDMP3 (versione integrale + testo in formato .doc)|
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