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An exhibition on Boris Pahor at the Narodni dom in Trieste

It will open on 13/9, displaying his awards and works.

09 September, 13:22

(ANSA) - TRIESTE, 09 SET - Boris Pahor's works, the awards he received during his lifetime, and some of his typescripts will be displayed in an exhibition dedicated to him at the Narodni dom in Trieste. The most crucial Slovenian writer with Italian citizenship, who died in 2022, thus returns virtually to the place that, with the stake of 1920, had deeply marked his life and writing.
    The European Parliament and the Parliament of the Republic of Slovenia have already hosted the display. The Trieste exhibition will open on September 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the presence of the author's son, Adrijan Pahor.
    The idea to set up the exhibition came from Slovenian Member of Parliament Matjaž Nemec from the Isonzo area with the support of the association leagues SKGZ and SSO and with the partnership between the newspapers Primorski Dnevnik and Primorske Novice.
    The initiative is curated by the Kulturni dom Prosek-Kontovel Cooperative, to which the writer's library is entrusted, and the League of Slovenian Cultural Associations (Zskd) as part of the Slovene Culture Festival in Italy Slofest.
    The exhibition, the promoters explain, offers the public an opportunity to view Boris Pahor's works, the translation of "Necropolis" into various languages, Italian translations of his novels, the awards he received, and the most prestigious honors bestowed on him, some of his personal belongings and typescripts that the writer wanted to donate to the library named after him in Prosecco.
    During Slofest, from Sept. 15-17, the exhibition will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., whereas in the following two weeks, it will remain open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. (ANSA).

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