'I due Pinocchio' by Maria Rita Bozzetti at the Certosa del Galluzzo
On October 12th in Florence, in Palazzo Acciaiuoli of Certosa al Galluzzo, presentation of the poem 'i due Pinocchio' by Maria Rita Bozzetti with readings by Cristina Tundo. At the meeting, organized by the Fondazione il Fiore in collaboration with the Community of San Leolino, intervene together with the author, Giorgio Linguaglossa and Carmelo Mezzasalma. Modera Maria Giuseppina Caramella. Free admission .
A path of meditations in verses that comment one by one, in a sort of moral and poetic counterpoint from the religious spirit, all the main episodes of the Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi.
It is the poem of Maria Rita Bozzetti 'i due Pinocchio' (Milella editions 2016) which will be presented on Friday 12 October at 5 pm in Florence, in the hall of the Palazzo Acciaiuoli of the Certosa of San Lorenzo al Galluzzo (via della Certosa 1, in a meeting with the author Giorgio Linguaglossa and Carmelo Mezzasalma, during the presentation Cristina Tundo will read some passages of the volume of poems, which is illustrated by the pictorial images of Antonio Stanca, the original interpreter of expressionism and the informal in a sci-fi key. moderating the meeting, with free admission, will be Maria Giuseppina Caramella, president of the Fondazione il Fiore, who organizes this event in collaboration with the Community of San Leolino.
As explained in the introduction of the book by Franco Manescalchi, the "exegetical poetry" of Maria Rita Bozzetti reads the narration of Collodi as an allegory of our existential parable, and "in this parable is the measure of Christian humanism that of Christianity it is an advanced component, now re-proposed as central in the pontificate of Pope Francis ".
"The nostalgia for the world that Pinocchio represented in childhood - writes in a note to the text Maria Rita Bozzetti - was my first movement of inspiration. Rereading with experience of the experience of life the misadventures of a puppet victim of his inability to adapt to social rules, led me to recall the ethical and practical principles that would have allowed Pinocchio to avoid all the dramatic travails ". "The poem - adds the author - takes place in the dialogue of two voices: the Pinocchio responding to the first is the voice of wisdom, of the ethical maturity that every man in the advanced stage of life chooses as the best way to be; when the time of existence narrows, we see everything with a light that dampens individual reasons and lets only what is shared can emerge and is really important for everyone ".
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