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MapsBordersTerritories #5: Fulvio Tomizza and geo-linguistic borders.

Date:

12/10/20


MapsBordersTerritories #5: Fulvio Tomizza and geo-linguistic borders.

Marianna Deganutti and Sandra Parmegiani in conversation

What does writing from a borderland mean? What are the challenges borderland writers are subjected to? Trieste, a key European borderland, located at the intersection of the Latin, Germanic and Slavic civilizations, offers a literary scenario characterized by complex borderland dynamics. Among them stand out the linguistic challenges Triestine writers constantly face. By taking into consideration the linguistic choices made by Fulvio Tomizza, one of the most prominent contemporary writers from Trieste, Deganutti aims to discover the different approaches and practices employed in his novels. The way language is used is an answer to multiple challenges which often transcend the linguistic domain.

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Date: Thursday, December 10, 2020

Time: From 7:00 pm To 8:00 pm

Organised by : IIC Londra

In collaboration with : IIC Dublino, IIC Edimburgo

Admission : Free


Location:

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