Margherita Pusterla, presentation of the historical novel by Cesare Cantù

Milano – Friday 3 December 2021 at 4.45 pm at the Martinitt and Stelline Museum the presentation of the historical novel takes place in Milan Margherita Pusterla by Cesare Cantù, with an introduction by the writer and medievalist There’s Grossi.

Milano – The novel is dedicated to the tragic story of the beautiful Margherita Visconti went married to the noble Francesco Pusterla and then sentenced to death by her powerful and cruel cousin Luchino Visconti: a great classic of Italian literature, which also gives readers one extraordinary fresco of the Lombard fourteenth century.

Milano – The presentation, with reading and image projections, is a free entry with the obligation of a Green Pass and advance booking (for info 02 43006522 O 02 43006520).

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