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le conversazioni, scrittori a confronto
june 28/july 8, 2007
piazzetta tragara, capri
antonio monda, may 2007
 
In "Notre Dame de Paris" there is a moment in which one of the characters, after contemplating the bas-relief of the Cathedral, comments, "Ceci tuera cela". This will kill that. As the bas-relief had killed oral tradition, so too would books kill the bas-relief.
Last year, during the first edition of "Le Conversazioni", dedicated to the theme of identity, writers were spurred to discussion by Hugo's thesis on the evolution of language, and their responses showed how immediately central this theme was to their creative reflections.
Born directly from these differing and always stimulating responses was the desire to dedicate this year's edition to the relationship between the word and the image, literature and cinema.
 
 
28/06 ethan coen “the russian”
 
29/06 annie proulx “thinking about film, books, language”
 
30/06 michael cunningham “unsayable”
 
01/07 martin amis “a conversation on film adaptation”
 
01/07 ian mcewan “a conversation on film adaptation”
 
05/07 colum mc cann “the prospect of a falling man”
 
06/07 claire messud “a simple tale”
 
07/07 chuck palahniuk “smaller, smaller, smaller, gone”
 
 
 
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03/08/2012
Lessico Sentimentale
L'autore americano Eugenides racconta la sua formazione erotica costruita sulla lettura dei grandi romanzi e i film visti da adolescente
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01/06/2012
Il Venerdi di Repubblica
Quando la crisi di mezza età diventa crisi della coppia
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23/05/2012
Franzen: Non mi fido di Twitter e Joyce perchè simulano i sentimenti
A un anno e mezzo di distanza dall'uscita americana di Libertà, Jonathan Franzen ha pubblicato Farther Away, una raccolta di saggi che uscirà in Italia da Einaudi
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