Tag Archives: Elsa Morante

ITALIAN CREATIVITY, EVEN SEWING SUNFLOWERS FOR BUTTONS – Journey into contemporary creativity, discovering the Italian art of being reborn

Italian artists between genres and modes of expression, open to the languages of creativity Its name has magic in its very syllables, because Italian culture is so deeply soaked in an appreciation of the good things in life. The Giro d’Italia is a men’s road cycling stage race, established in 1909 and which takes place annually along the Italian roads. …

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ARTURO’S ISLAND, NOVEL BY ELSA MORANTE – Writing about a strange hope, which at times weakens consciences, as if it were a vice

When no affection in life equals that of the mother Perhaps also for you, as for her, nature leads you to consider the games of the unexpected too arbitrary, sometimes more than they are. Italian novelist, poet and children’s books author, with her novel History, entered in the List of 100 Best Books of All Time. Except for a brief …

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