Live Streaming: A Chat With Paolo Di Paolo – 9th April 7pm (Italy Time)

On 9th April at 7pm (Italy Time) join our chat with Paolo Di Paolo!

Paolo Di Paolo is a famous Italian author, journalist and critic.

He started writing when he was very young and his curiosity led him to experiment every form of writing: he wrote novels, scripts for the theatre, essays, children books and much more.

During his career he won important awards, such as Premio Mondello, Superpremio Vittorini and Premio Viareggio, and he was finalist for the Premio Strega.

In his books, readers can find captivating stories, always focused on human feelings and built around a deep knowledge and a genuine passion for literature.

If you go through his novels, from Raccontami la notte in cui sono nato to Lontano dagli occhi, it will be clear how this young yet mature author is able to catch the spirit of his time.

And in his last work, Svegliarsi negli anni Venti. Il cambiamento, i sogni e le paure da un secolo all’altro, Di Paolo shows his confidence in bouncing from the last to the current century and back, creating a strong bond between them, talking with and about authors and artists who embodied their times, with all the uncertainty and eternal desires of humankind.

Curious about our live streaming?

During our chat we will talk about Di Paolo’s work but also highlight the role of literature today.

As we are always interested in attracting students to the Italian literature, we will ask Paolo di Paolo his opinion about how to sow this seed and let it grow among our students.

So, if you want to join this lovely live streaming, start following our Facebook Page and Youtube channel and activate the notifications to keep up-to-date!

We will be waiting for you on 9 April at 7pm (Italy time) for our lovely chat with the author!

See you then!

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