TWO TOP WRITERS IN CONVERSATION AT THE ITALIAN INSTITUTE OF CULTURE

Two big names of Irish and Italian Literature were in conversation this evening at an event organized by the Italian Institute of Culture in its Pavilion.
They were John Banville, Irish novelist, journalist and screenwriter, winner of the Man Booker Prize in 2005, and Claudio Magris, an Italian scholar, translator, journalist and professor of German Literature who has won several literary awards, including the Strega Prize.
Moderated by Dr Ursula Fanning, Head of the Italian Department in UCD, the two writers delighted a packed audience with their interaction which had as theme “On Danube and other rivers”.



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