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2017 Program

Event #25

Edoardo Albinati

Faithfulness/Unfaithfulness.

Even today, our word is the strongest bond we can offer to link us to another person, an ideal or a community. And to ourselves, above all. Then why don’t we always keep it? Does this constitute a fall, or a sin, in every situation? Or is individual and collective growth impossible without cutting ties to make way for new ones? Setting off from real or literary experiences, and dispassionately, Albinati compiles a list of the reasons and ways in which we are able to remain faithful or turn our backs to what we believed in, and the people who believed in us. Thus, like opposite poles of the human spirit, the traitor, the renegade and the unfaithful lover (in other words, the leads in innumerable tales, books and films) come face to face with their opposite: the inflexible patriot, the man of honor, those who are able to nourish the sentiment of duration and stability.

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Edoardo Albinati
Edoardo Albinati

, writer, was born in Rome in 1956. For more than twenty years he has been a teacher at the Rebibbia prison, an experience described in Maggio selvaggio (Mondadori, 1999). He has written screenplays for Matteo Garrone and Marco Bellocchio. He took part in a mission to Afghanistan led by the UN High Commission for Refugees recounted in Il ritorno (Mondadori, 2002). His books include Il polacco lavatore di vetri (Longanesi, 1989), 19 (Mondadori, 2000), Svenimenti (Einaudi, Premio Viareggio 2004), Tuttalpiù muoio (with Filippo Timi, Fandango, 2006), Vita e morte di un ingegnere (Mondadori, 2012) and La scuola cattolica, published by Rizzoli, which received the Strega Prize in 2016. The short story Un adulterio was also published by Rizzoli, last June.

 

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