The World Citizen: Italian Reveals Emigrant’s Struggles to Fit In With Society

The World Citizen is the story of an Italian emigrant’s journey to find a new life and career and the obstacles he faces along the way.
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Dec. 15, 2008 - PRLog -- Everyone has considered making a fresh start in a new place at least once in their lives. But will it be easy or hard? Is it going to be pleasant or painful?

Davide is a born loser. A lot of people kid him and he realizes how hard his situation really is. But he decides not to surrender and continues with a more aggressive approach and higher aims. This is the beginning of Davide’s journey to build a new life and career.

The World Citizen is the story of a young Italian, Davide Calvini, who decides to leave his village in Southern Italy and move to another country in search of work and a better life. With an important disease affecting his lifestyle, he moves to Northern Italy and builds a career in the IT field after a lot of sacrifices and few triumphs. But he is always considered a “foreigner in a foreign Country.”

While moving from place to place, Davide’s fresh start turns out to be a difficult one. Some of the things that happen to Davide are of a not-so-explored point of view, but every reader can relate it to something personal inside themselves. Davide’s every thought is expressed through a stream of consciousness, but the reader has to develop his own solutions to the problems.

The World Citizen is an interesting, though-provoking story. Revealing modern injustices felt by emigrants and “different” individuals, the reader is asked to contemplate and develop his/her own solutions to analyzed problems.

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About the Author:                                                                                              
William Aaron Scheinberg is a British national. Born in 1968, he has been working for about fifteen years in the IT field as an international consultant for several IT companies. This is his first work as an independent writer.

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