History is alive; we are part of an uninterrupted relay race Dante Evangelisti was born in Orciano di Pesaro, in the heart of Italy. As a teenager, he started writing poems and short stories. Graduated in Urbino in psych-sociology of communication, after having worked for a long time for an multinational insurance he devoted himself to what attracts him: traveling …Read More »
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 …Read More »
RUGGINE, AN ADVERSE DESTINY AND THE SOLITUDE OF A WOMAN – Anna Luisa Pignatelli: when creativity is writing about uselessness and female marginality
Unusual texts, in contrast to what you read today On the Tuscan hills, Siena https://www.thecrazytourist.com/15-best-things-siena-italy/ retains its 13th century appearance. Unesco has entered this city on the world heritage list, for having preserved the characteristics of its medieval structure. During the years of the wars with Florence, within its walls many great artists (such as Duccio di Boninsegna and the …Read More »
THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO – Children’s novel by Carlo Collodi
An animated puppet, the lies and the growth of one’s nose Welcome to Collodi https://www.collodi.com/, the town of Pinocchio (May 27 is his birthday), where among the houses perched one above the other, a writer found his inspiration for his novel for children. The adventures of Pinocchio, 220 translations in as many languages, will tell you the story of the …Read More »
LA CALIFFA – Novel by Alberto Bevilacqua
The thousand facets of a difficult and complex personality Just as the memory of places can be associated with something, also the literary places of Parma, https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?hl=en&mid=12e55DKV6NxleNBgZBcy5DsP90Cw&ll=44.80463903367221,10.335480251838419&z=15, to move on the horizon of the written things that the city has been able to generate. You can do this, through writers and poets who have imagined, remembered or invented it, such …Read More »
IF HAVE HAD SOME CERTAINTY – Lisa Pietrobon: Living where you breathe creativity.
Get to know a city of art, the cradle of many personalities. Traveling in Castelfranco Veneto, city of art, you can stop in the Mazzaro bookstore https://www.facebook.com/libreria.massaro/, which for decades has offered an excellent assortment of books, quickly providing its customers with what they are looking for. Ask of Davide, the bookseller that everyone would like to have under his …Read More »
KISSED MOUTH DON’T LOSE ITS FORTUNE – Giovanni Boccaccio / The Decameron.
When farmers allowed one rooster for ten hens. Stendhal’s syndrome, is a psychosomatic disorder that causes dizziness and hallucinations when an individual is exposed to an experience of great personal viewing art. Welcome Florence, while you exposed to the super concentrated works of art. Don’t worry for syndrome, the effects are relatively short-lived, but what you will see remain with …Read More »