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27 03, 2021

SPANISH – Giampaolo Samà

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Giampaolo Samà is an Italian-Argentinian actor, teacher and photographer. Born in Paola (province of Cosenza, Calabria) in 1970, he trains to be an actor at the Accademia d’Arte Drammatica in Calabria and then at the Akademia Tetralna in Warsaw.  In 1996 he takes part in the show Sidà e l’uomo dal fiore [“Sidà and the man of the flower”] (awarded the Vetrine prize by the Ente Teatrale Italiano).  He earns a degree from Dams (“Disciplines on Arts, Music and Show”) at the Roma Tre University [...]

2 03, 2021

DANISH – Ole Meyer

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Ole Meyer, born in Copenhagen in 1947 to a Swedish mother and a Danish father, studied Scandinavian and English languages and literature at the University of Copenhagen, finishing with a Master’s degree in 1974. Having taught for several years in secondary schools in Copenhagen, he was from 1996 to 1999 a Research Fellow at the Danish Royal/National Library, and from 2003 to 2006 Danish lecturer at the University of Florence. He is the author of the last Danish version, in blank hendecasyllables, of Dante’s Divine Comedy [...]

27 02, 2021

APULIAN GARGANIC – Francesco Granatiero

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Francesco Granatiero (Mattinata, Apulia, 1949) as a child helped his father in the hard work of the mountain fields, speaking the Apulian-Gargano dialect of his land, one of the dialects of the Apulian people that for Dante, in De Vulgari Eloquentia (I, XII, 7) , «Turpiter barbarizant». At fifteen, while he was already writing poetry, he lost his mother. Then, as a student, he began to publish some works in Italian, the last of which was published in Turin, where he graduated as a doctor [...]