Agenzia Giornalistica
direttore Paolo Pagliaro

An event dedicated to the italian
intellectual Alberto Vigevani

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An event dedicated to the italian <br> intellectual Alberto Vigevani

(5 february 2019) Writer and bibliophile, Alberto Vigevani (1918 - 1999) was a leading figure in Italian literature of the second half of the 20th century.  A key figure in the Italian intellectual world, in 1938 he participated in the creation of the magazine "Corrente", censored two years later by the fascist regime.  Founder of the bookshop "Il Polifilo" in 1941 and of the editions of the same name since the '50s, he began publishing a series of novels where the theme of memory and the evocation of the past coexist with a strong desire to explain and judgment. Twenty years after his death, the Italian Institute of Culture in Paris has started publishing his unpublished book in France, "Un dénommé Ramondès", in the collection "Les Cahiers de l ' Hotel de Galiffet ". This historical novel combines romance and espionage is in the image and likeness of the protagonist, who travels between France and Italy in the spring of 1940.  On February 11th  at 19:00 at the IIC in Paris there will be an event with Marco Vigevani, son of the author Paolo Grossi, founder of "Cahiers", Liana Levi, editor, Vincent D'Orlando, journalist, and literary critic. The event will be held in collaboration with the Liana Levi editions. 

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