What Italy’s Reopening Feels Like
WORLD · HEALTH
May 8, 20206 min read, 1224 words

What Italy’s Reopening Feels LikeWhat Italy’s Reopening Feels Like

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Published: May 8, 2020  |  6 min read, 1224 words
On Sunday evening, there was a strange atmosphere around the house. It felt a bit like the evening before going back to school after summer vacation, or like walking down the hall the first day at a new job: exciting, but also scary. In Italy, Sunday, May 3, was the last day of l...
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Great Context
May 13, 2020
A deeply insightful look at the everyday which in the case of the referenced country, is a new day, so to speak. The Author's breezy but urgent style is tone-setting. Not too matter-of-fact, not too effervescent, and not too somber. The Writer strikes just the right notes. The little details of life mentioned in the piece provide not only context but give brio and meaning to the term often used to describe writing; thinking with the hand. A splendid read. Five stars!
May 13, 2020
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Well Sourced
May 18, 2020
The writer described her personal experiences. Nothing seemed exaggerated, dishonest or fanciful. She also described some friends' and family reactions. These also seemed what the range of normal people would have. I know Credder emphasizes credibility, but this was also touching. Can't get more true than that.
May 18, 2020
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Great Context
May 13, 2020
Well written. Passionate and informative. Gives readers a perspective into what it’s been like in Italy under self quarantine.
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