Main Program: Giuseppe Catozzella: Don’t Tell Me You’re Afraid



 
27 Oct 2018 09:00 - 10:00
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Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Giuseppe Catozzella’s Don’t Tell Me You’re Afraid sold more than half a million copies in 40 countries and won Italy’s prestigious Premio Strega Giovani Prize. One of the most popular writers working in Italy today shares the inspiration behind a deeply personal book giving universal insight into the plight of modern refugees.

Karya Giuseppe Catozzella yang berjudul Don’t Tell Me You’re Afraid terjual lebih dari setengah juta eksemplar di 40 negara dan memenangkan penghargaan bergengsi dari Italia, Premio Strega Giovani. Salah satu penulis paling populer dari Italia ini akan berbagi inspirasi di balik karyanya yang sangat personal, yang mampu memberikan gambaran paling nyata mengenai penderitaan para pengungsi masa ini.

Featuring

Kate Evans

Kate Evans presents and produces The Bookshelf on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Radio National (ABC RN), co-hosted with Cassie McCullagh. The Bookshelf is a weekly radio program and podcast, focusing …


Giuseppe Catozzella

One of Italy’s most popular contemporary writers, Giuseppe Catozzella has published across multiple literary genres, including plays, short stories and novels. His novel Don’t Tell Me You’re Afraid, dealing with …



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