From Flaubert to Shakespeare, Dostoevskij and Virginia Wolf, without forgetting Italian masterpieces such as the Prince by Niccolò Macchiavelli and The Betrothed by Alessandro Manzoni: the 12 lessons available on demand from 28 April on a weekly basis on the Auditorium Plus platform lead us to the discovery – or to the rediscovery – of some of the most famous works of world literature and the great universal themes dealt with in them, also useful for understanding our present.
Accompanying us on this journey into the beauty of literature are contemporary Italian writers and intellectuals, who present the literary texts most dear to them by narrating and re-reading them in the light of their sensitivity. Guided and introduced by actor Neri Marcorè, who will be the leitmotif of the 12 appointments, the lessons will feature Corrado Augias, Massimo Cacciari, Nicola Lagioia, Sandro Veronesi, Nadia Fusini, Antonella Lattanzi, Chiara Valerio, Elena Stancanelli, Emanuele Trevi, Valeria Parrella, Dacia Maraini (accompanied by the readings by Matilde De Angelis), and Gustavo Zagrebelsky with a lecture-dialogue with Paolo Di Paolo on Fëdor Dostoevskij on the occasion of the bicentenary of the birth of the great Russian writer.
Lessons can be purchased and viewed until 31 December 2021.
The full program is avalaible on www.auditoriumplus.com/it/lezioni-di-letteratura