Francesca da Rimini

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6 07, 2018

Great painters of the Divine Comedy – Ary Scheffer

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Ary (Arij) Scheffer, Dutch painter of the Romantic period, was born in Dordrecht in 1795 and died in Argenteuil in 1858 [...]

14 05, 2018

UKRAINIAN – Svitlana Hlazunova

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My name is Svitlana Hlazunova. I was born in 1962 in Kherson, a city in southern Ukraine. Since I was a child I had a great passion for music, transmitted to me by my parents. When I was a student I attended a music school and in 1978 I got a piano diploma. In 1983 I graduated from the University of Uman, faculty of pedagogy with a specialization in music education. At that time I started writing songs, both text and music. For twenty years [...]

12 05, 2018

FRENCH – Ghislaine Avan

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Ghislaine Avan is a French multidisciplinary artist, born in Châtellerault. Choreographer, tap dancer and contemporary dance performer, videographer and film editor, she makes a path of life of her art. In 2006 she started a multimedial work based on the Divine Comedy, from which the “Le LA du Monde“ project derived, involving a large number of excerpts taken from Dante's poem and read by hundreds of people in languages all over the world. Here Ghislaine lends her voice to Francesca and reads Dante's relevant verses in two different French translations of the Comedy.

20 04, 2018

French – Portier

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Verses of Francesca da Rimini translated into French by Lucienne Portier  Hell, Canto V, 88-142 - ooOoo Ghislaine Avan has lent her voice to Francesca da Rimini and read the relevant verses (88-142) in the French translation by Lucienne Portier. To listen to this reading click here below: - See the page of Ghislaine Avan, click here ooOoo

27 07, 2016

OCCITAN-PROVENÇAL – Rosella Pellerino

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I was born in 1972 and have always lived in Borgo San Dalmazzo, a municipality of the Valle Stura in the province of Cuneo in Alpine Occitania.  The Piedmont dialect, widespread in that area and similar to that which is spoken by my family on my father’s side, was a part of my childhood mixed up with the one spoken by my family on my mother’s side, which in those days I did not realise was Occitan. Having completed my schooling specialising in classical studies, [...]

8 07, 2016

PORTUGUESE – Inês Querido

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Inês Querido was born in 1984 in Caldas da Rainha (Portugal). After taking her degree in graphic design in Lisbon she embarked on a professional career as a freelance photographer [...]

27 06, 2016

ENGLISH – Emma Clare O’Connor

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Emma Clare O’Connor was born in Seattle in 1993 and is a New York based actor. She recently graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, where she focused in acting and studied abroad at the British American Drama Academy in London. She was most recently in a short film that premiered at the Museum of Moving Images in Queens, New York. Her website is www.emmaclareoconnor.com. ------- Emma O’Connor has lent her voice to Francesca da Rimini and read the relevant verses (Hell, Canto V, 88-142) in the [...]

1 06, 2016

Inglese – Longfellow

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Verses of Francesca da Rimini translated into English by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

26 05, 2016

Mandelbaum’s Francesca and the American translations of the Divine Comedy

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Portland, ME, 1807 – Cambridge, MA, 1882), the well known American poet, was the first American translator of Dante's Divine Comedy. The first edition of his work was published at Boston in 1867...

14 04, 2016

FRIULIAN – Alessandra Kersevan

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  Alessandra Kersevan was born in 1950 into a working class family in Monfalcone, Italy, the third of four children. From her earliest childhood she breathed the ideals of justice and equality from the labourers in the city’s workplaces, and still feels herself bound to them to this day. She graduated in philosophy in 1974 with a thesis on contemporary history and the multiethnic atmosphere of her region also aroused her enthusiasm for less widely known languages; she devoted herself to the study and practice [...]