Double date, next Saturday, for literature lovers: as part of the event Portici di Carta, now in its sixth edition, Turin will host Carmine Abate and Anilda Ibrahimi.The writer of origin arbëreshë will present to the readers The wind hill, his latest novel. Winner of the Campiello 2012 Award, the wind that blows incessantly on Mount Rossarco is its true protagonist, constant in the lives of the Arcuri family for over a century of resistance to abuses in that almost mystical land to which it is tied by a double thread.
Anilda Ibrahimi, after the success of Red like a bride e Love and rags of time, will speak instead of There is no sweetness; is the story of Lila and Eleni, two friends who, in a country overwhelmed by socio-economic changes, see their lives approaching and moving away, but always united by a strong bond despite alternating events, "like two streams of water that flow in the same river ».
The writer will also be in Milan, tomorrow 5 October at 19.00, where she will meet the public at Palazzo Sormani, Sala del Grechetto.
Portici di Carta, Turin, Piazza San Carlo, Spazio Incontri Saturday 6 October 2012 hours 18.30 (Carmine Abate, In collaboration with Mondadori) and 19.30 (Anilda Ibrahimi, ed Albanian Culture Center e Turin Civic Libraries in collaboration with the Albanian Consulate of Turin)
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