No escaping it . . .

Walking from Florence to Rome (you can see the Via di Roma sign at the bottom of the photo) over five weeks, what should I bump into when passing through an obscure Umbrian village (I didn’t even record its name) but a direct reference to Enrico Fermi, hero of my first chapter. Why a village square dedicated to Fermi? He was born in Rome, spent time in Pisa and then starred in a Rome university. I’m unaware of any connection between him and Umbria.

Should I consider this sighting as some kind of “sign” about my book? Enrico would scoff at such a notion!