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I'm lucky enough to boast three genuine Italian readers now! And each of these Italian readers produce thoughtful, interesting and quite different blogs, which you will discover if you know or are brave enough to have a go at learning another language.

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Alsoit's 'Un giorno credi' contains philosophical and thoughtful entries and uses a level of Italian which may well tax those whose knowledge of the language is not quite up to scratch (It taxed me – this blog made me realise even more just how much Italian I don't know). But, it's worth persevering because there is a lot of interesting stuff there, especially if you can read between the lines.

Blogs are a great way to get into the mindset of other people from other places, countries, cultures, to find out what makes them tick and what gets on their wicks. Knowing more than one language helps too – I'm really glad I got round to learning a second language.

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Before you look at the complete list, try to guess which books on Italy people are buying. Some may surprise you, as the Italian connection is not always that obvious.