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The Serpent Coiled in Naples
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Marius Kociejowski is a poet, essayist and travel writer. Among the books he has written are The Street Philosopher and the Holy Fool: A Syrian Journey (Eland, 2016) and a sequel, The Pigeon Wars of Damascus. He lives in London, England where, until recently, he worked as an antiquarian bookseller.

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"A Serepent Coiled in Naples makes for excellent armchair travelling. And it may well tempt one to visit this effervescent if dangerous hive of the South of Italy."-- "Fortnightly Review"
"Kociejowski's book (which takes its title from the Sicilian proverb 'Never fear Rome -the serpent lies coiled in Naples') is one of the best I have read on the ramshackle Mediterranean outpost (and I have read a few). In pages of scholarly but engagingly droll prose, Kociejowski conjures a death-haunted city, where the meaning of life is everywhere connected to what it is to die. . . . A pungent amalgam of reportage and travel, The Serpent Coiled in Naples does Naples and its citizenry proud."-- "The Spectator (UK)"
"At turns hilarious and profound."
--Diana Darke
"Kociejowski's words pulse with the beating heart of this extraordinary city."
--Katherine Wilson

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