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In case you weren’t happy with the ending the first time around, Ernest Hemingway’s ‘A Farewell to Arms’ will soon be released with 47 different endings that Hemingway wrote then discarded. (read about it here on TIME)
That said, our culture crew is wondering: Which book would you want to read an alternate ending to, and why?
Weigh in, your response could be featured in this week’s issue of TIME.
Quarantasette finali differenti, sant’Iddio. Ma dove trovava il tempo?
Scrivere è un mestiere, fottetevi Totti, Ibre, Fabi Volo, Littizzetti, Gramellini e cazzi vari.
ps. Hemingway legge una pagina con titolo: “Mussolini sensation”.