Joshua Nicolosi

A fiery-hearted giant:
mount Etna
in Sicilian literature

True, passionate, always present in the minds of the islanders: the volcano has been an integral part of the territory for millennia and has often been mentioned in Sicilian literature. From the words of Rapisardi to the ones of Verga, the magnificence of Mongibello is similar to those who it frightens and protects at...

What does Sicilian flag really symbolize?

Sicilian flag is red like lava and yellow like wheat, with three legs like its three edges, but this is not all. This regional symbol has deep historical and religious roots, which make Sicilians what they once were and what they still are, as if it was the chest of their most untouchable secrets

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