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Promoting Italian book publishing throughout the world


France and Italy: a shared passion of books

Today, the book industry bonds the two countries together.

Italian books in Albania

The information used to write this overview was obtained from the catalogue of the National Library of Albania.

Italian books in Greece

In terms of literature, Italy has always been an important presence in the Greek world.

Italian Books in the Czech Republic 2019-2020

It is not always easy to understand what is happening in the book market as the reasoning for the decisions ...

Antonio Tabucchi and Portugal

In Italy, more than anywhere else, many readers have come to know Portugal through the writings of Antonio Tabucchi.

The Translators’ Game

A dialogue about translation, self-translation and escaping from your mother tongue

The translators of Il nome della rosa

The first thing that springs to mind thinking about Umberto Eco is how I felt that I already knew him ...

Italian books of history abroad: some exemplary works

The reverberations caused by the work of historians is proportional not only to their prestige, but also to the universality ...

Italian Books in Korea

Italian culture made its first appearance in Korea back in 1876, the year in which Korea began to open up ...

Italian Poets in Translation

Italian poetry unquestionably still enjoys high prestige internationally, probably greater than that attributed by most readers buying books of poetry ...

Italian Books in Poland

There is a long history of the presence of Italian literature in Poland, dating back to the Renaissance.

Books and literary festivals: news from Lyon and its surroundings

A rich calendar of events and initiatives of international importance that have been promoted by an extensive constellation of operators ...

Body to body with the Italian: In altre parole ...

Jhumpa Lahiri: “the most influential writer of fiction in America”

Dante’s Inferno translated and visualized by Tom Phillips

One of the most remarkable Twentieth Century English versions of Inferno is by the English artist Tom Phillips

Editorial Stories: Zsolnay and folio

The publishing houses Paul Zsolnay, headed by the Hanser group, and folio. 

A Parisian book series dedicated to Italian literature

“Cahiers de l’Hôtel de Galliffet”: this year the series publishes fifty titles.

Translating and re-translating the classics

“Testo a fronte” Celebrates its 30th anniversary with a special edition: Tradurre e ritradurre i classici ...