Between 11.00 and 18.00 on Sunday, March 1, 2015, the newspaper library biblio-urban and open pit Piazza Frederick of Swabia, will host "I tell you the Commedia dell'Arte", an interactive presentation of masks and traditional characters, which will be study of the theater workshop sponsored by Gammazita, and edited the film and theater actress, Marzia Ciulla. "The books ...... make me die from reading", theater performances in music, conceived and staged by Square Books, actress Alice Catania Ferlito and percussionist Giampaolo Terranova presentation of the book by Francesco Di Bartolo, published by Editions Maori Village, and entitled "In Sicilian latifundia" - The violent transformation of the manor of Polizzello (1920-1964) Francesco di Bartolo, former research fellow in Contemporary History at the University of Palermo, conducts research on the issues of social and economic history of the twentieth century Sicily. He is the author of several essays that tell the development and underdevelopment of our Island. A Square Books, presents and tells "In Sicilian latifundia". A history that belongs to all of Sicily and it investigates the reasons for the failure to modernize the system latifondistico local. On the set of what has been the largest land ownership Sicilian nineteenth century actors move from one social and political confrontation that winds throughout the twentieth century, between revolutions and immobility, institutions and crime, state and "gang". Through the example of the territory Nyssa, is told a region divided between fear and desire for change, attracted and frightened by the transformation of large estates and the ancient local production models to chase economic development, never really achieved. While turning the shelves of the library consists of the donations of the same readers looking for a text to be borrowed, or while you purchase and exchange rarity in the market edited by the users, you can have lunch in the books with the aperitif social . Sunday reader is organized by activists and volunteers of the Cultural Gammazita, with the direct involvement of the users. Square Books, in fact, is a public space that ripped all'incuria degradation and, in December 2014 was returned to the city, as a place dedicated to reading and sharing information. Besides being a library and a newspaper library Urban is also a place where writers and illustrators, rookies or veterans of the trade, can find the place and the audience suitable for their presentations and exhibitions. All events are free of Square Books.