There have been years when being an impersonator was a job. Indeed, you could even become a star. In the new issue of La Lettura, # 484, on Saturday 6 March in preview in the App (downloadable from the App Store and Google Play or to which you can subscribe from here) and in the web browser, and from Sunday 6 on newsstands, the writer Teresa Ciabatti tells the story of the two famous interpreters of Liz Taylor, who passed away 10 years ago, and Luciano Pavarotti.
In addition to the new issue of the supplement, the App de la Lettura, distinct from that of the Corriere (in which the cultural insert is already available from Saturday), offers the Theme of the Day every morning: an in-depth study, an interview, a preview, also through multimedia contents. The one on Saturday 6 March, curated by Paolo Di Stefano, dedicated to the civilian Manzoni: a journey through writings such as odes May 5th e March 1821. And on the Lettura eight pages are dedicated to a series of historical anniversaries, including the riots of 1820-21: writes Giancristiano Desiderio with an article by Giuseppe Antonelli.
All the contents of the App are reachable for subscribers also from desktop, starting from the page abbonamenti.time.news. As well as from the App and on a PC, the archive of all the releases from 2011 to today can be consulted for subscribers: about 25 thousand articles that can be explored with an advanced search engine by date, theme, author and specific content categories (visual data, graphic novels, artist covers, charts).
Returning to the new issue, Ciabatti tells the story of Gigi Nardini, 69-year-old beekeeper, for 40 years who has taken on the role of tenor, coming up to sit in the front rows of the Pavarotti & Friends, among the stars. Marina Castelnuovo da Busto Arsizio has also played the queen of cinema for forty years: a life between Cannes, Washington, and even the White House …
Mauro Covacich’s text is dedicated to chess on the game returned to public attention with the Netflix series The chess queen. Covacich, writer and passionate chess player (who in this period plays online) tells the peculiarity of a game that in this socio-depressive situation allows a distancing in presence.
Among the voices of the writers of the new issue, also the American Patricia Cornwell, interviewed by Marco Bruna, who tells his new novel, Spin (translation by Sara Crimi and Laura Tasso, Mondadori), second adventure by investigator Calli Chase.
March 5, 2021 (change March 5, 2021 | 19:18)