Seven appointments in seven different places in Florence to discover books and authors of contemporary literature. The fourth edition of “Intemporanea” takes place from 5 to 23 September, the literary review conceived and directed by Pinangelo Marino which, organized as part of the Florentine Summer, transforms the Novecento Museum, the Cinema La Compagnia, the Tobacco Factory but also Piazza delle Murate and some neighborhood libraries in the city in the ideal setting of its program of free events (booking on www.intemporanea.eu) dedicated to literature. The event opens with two tributes: on 5 September there will be the one to the Ukrainian writer, journalist and Brazilian naturalized translator Clarice Lispector (1920-1977) on the occasion of the release of The chandelier (Adelphi) with the interventions of the writer Lisa Ginzburg and the translator Virginia Caporali while 6 (6.30 pm, Manifattura Tabacchi) of the cult magazine – Frigidarie with the presentation of the podcast series “FRIGO !!!” which traces its history. Space also for the authors with the meeting on 9 September at the Cloister of the Novecento Museum with the winner of the 60 edition of the Campiello Prize, which is proclaimed on Saturday 3 September in Venice on the stage of the Teatro La Fenice, while on 12 September Nicola Lagioia, Strega prize and artistic director of the Turin Book Fair, he will hold a lecture entitled “Why do we read certain stories. A passionate praise of literature, from Homer to the present day ”. Again on Monday 12 September, at 6 pm, at the Cinema La Compagnia (Via Cavour, 50R) an appointment is organized for the general public of enthusiasts and readers and for all those who wish to explore the stories of world literature. For editorial news, the review moves to neighborhood libraries. It starts from that of the Oblate where on 16 September in the Sibilla Aleramo room of the Oblate Library hosts the meeting with the Edoardo Albinati Strega Prize on the occasion of his new novel Out of the world (Rizzoli). At the Isolotto alla BiblioteCaNova on 20 September there will be the young writer from Ragusa Costanza DiQuattro, who will intrigue those present with her new book, out for Baldini + Castoldi, Sicilian Arrocco. The event for its last date, September 23, finally moves to the Mario Luzi Library where the disarmed god by Andrea Pomella is presented, to be released on September 6 for Einaudi, which tells the Italian story of the kidnapping of Aldo Moro by the Brigades Rosse and the massacre of the five officers of the escort following not the historical truth, but that of individual and collective perception.
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2 September 2022 | 16:46
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