A little Italian word, Interview. We stole it from the British (Interview) who in turn had stolen it from the French. Entrevoi, originally. Which derives from S'entrevoir: seeing each other in passing. Glimpse, in Italian. Which after all, thinking about it, is the expression that best matches this collection. We ask questions and listen to answers, we mix our voices with that of Italians and Italians, in the country or abroad, with the pleasure of thinking that other Italians and other Italians, reading the report of our chatter, can glimpse the spirit that soul. Recognizing ourselves inside, perhaps, a reflection of our own.