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Sanremo, April 2010

After the Music Festival break, the interesting events of the Literature Tuesdays are back each tuesday at 4.30 at the Opera Theatre of the Sanremo Casino:

Tuesday, March 9th – For the review “At the Table between culture and history”, organized with the collaboration of Ca d’Jamis – The restaurants of the palette, Gian Luigi Beccaria will present “Misticanze”, with an introduction of Ito Ruscigni together with Claudia Ferrarese (president of Ca d’jamis).

Tuesday March 16th – Marco Vannini will introduce the book “Prego Dio che mi liberi da dio. La religione come verità e come menzogna” (I hope that God can set me free from god. Religion as truth and as a lie). Presented by Ito Ruscigni.

Tuesday, March 23rd – Valentina Fortichiari will show the book: “Lezioni di nuoto. Colette e Bertrand estate 1920” (Swimming Lessons. Colette and Bertrand summer 1920). Introduction by Giovanni Bogliolo. Some vintage photographs will be shown as well as a documentary.

Tuesday, March 30th – Armando Torino will introduce the book: “La scommessa. Puntare tutto su Cristo” (The stake. Betting everything on Christ). Presented by Giovanni Reale.

Tuesday, April 3rd – The book “Un paese non basta” (one village is not enough) written by Arrigo Levi will be introduced. Presentation by Ito Ruscigni.

Tuesday, April 27th – Alain Elkann will introduce the new Egyptian museum of Turin. Presented by Lorenzo Mondo.

Tuesday, May 4th – Giuseppe Ayala will present the book “Chi ha paura muore ogni giorno. I miei anni con Falcone e Borsellino” (Whom who’s afraid dies every day. My years with Falcone and Borsellino). Introduction by Ito Ruscigni.

Tuesday, May 11th – Massimo Gramellini will talk about the volume “L’ultima riga delle favole” (the last line of the fairytales). Introduction by Ito Ruscigni.

Tuesday, May 18th – Aldo Mola will hold a conference on “Italy’s unification in the European asset”.

Tuesday, May 25th – Umberto Galimberti will present his book: “I miti del nostro tempo” (the myths of nowadays). Introduction by Ito Ruscigni.