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A Letter To Jimmy Wales

From 1984 to 2017 (Polis)

 

A humble proposal to implement a valid Lombrosian criminal profiling method for citizens who devote themselves to unauthorized intellectual, writing and political propaganda activities, to prevent them accessing electronic means of writing, stocking reeds and beeswax so to compose by candlelight, attacking innocent feathered creatures to steal their quills, or seizing with impunity the medieval iron gall ink recipe.

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A LETTER TO JIMMY WALES by RINA BRUNDU

 

Rina Brundu (born in Sardinia in 1968) is an author, writer, blogger who lives in Ireland. A graduate in modern literature and languages, she has pursued a technical, managerial and entrepreneurial career and has continued with her interest in literary criticism, textual analysis, and journalism. She started writing short stories while at university. Her first book, a classic detective story, was included in the list of 100 Italian detective stories to read.

Her Twenty rules for writing detective stories (CADS 54, UK) has been published by numerous newspapers and sites and translated into several languages. Her articles and essays have been published in many magazines. As publisher, she has coordinated conventions, organized literary awards, published several new authors, philosophical and poetic works and reviews.

Since 2013 she has republished the opera omnia of the linguist and glottologist Massimo Pittau with whom she has long established a working and human partnership. Over the last few years, she has been committed to the political front mainly through bold blogging activities.

Product Details

  • Format: Format E-Book e Copertina Flessibile
  • ISBN-10: 0995783357
  • ISBN-13: 978-0995783355
  • Pagine: 34
  • Publisher: Ipazia Books (September 25, 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l., Google Play, Google Books
  • Language: English