IL POSTO DEGLI UOMINI. Dante in Purgatorio dove andremo tutti. Book presentation with the author Aldo Cazzullo from Italy

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Please Join Us - Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021. Time: 4:00-5:30pm EST. Virtual Zoom Event. The event is open to the public - Registration is required here by October 22, 2021. For Dante’s 700th anniversary of his death, Mondadori released the sequel to “A riveder le Stelle” by Aldo Cazzullo, to pay homage to the "Poet who invented Italy" continuing on the journey of the Divine Comedy through Purgatory, with his new book “Il Posto degli uomini”.

Purgatory is the place that divides Heaven and Hell, a frontier to God suspended in time as one approaches salvation. For this reason, Purgatory is the expectation of happiness, the place that Dante goes through in the company of Virgil in search of freedom from sin and suffering, but above all, from the fear of death.

Dante is the poet who invented Italy. He didn't just give us a language, he gave us above all an idea of ourselves and of our country: "Il Bel Paese". A land united by culture and beauty, destined for a universal role: because it collects the legacy of the Roman Empire and the classical world, and is the cradle of Christianity and humanism. Italy is not born of a war or diplomacy, it is born from Dante's verses… (‘A riveder le stelle”).

Aldo Cazzullo is a journalist and writer. He his a special correspondent and columnist at Il Corriere della Sera. His books on Italy, published by Mondadori, have sold more than a million copies. “A riveder le stelle”, Dante il poeta che inventò l’Italia, sold 250,000 copies.

Organized under the High Patronage of the President of the Italian Republic by the Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan With the support of the Italian American Club of Livonia Charitable Foundation. Under the Auspices of the Consulate of Italy in Detroit.

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