(ANSA) – BOLOGNA, 04 APR – The writer Valerio Massimo Manfredi is no longer hospitalized, he is spending his convalescence in his home in the Modena area due to a carbon monoxide poisoning in his home in Rome in February. The Resto del Carlino reports it. Manfredi is better after a therapy in a hyperbaric chamber in Grosseto and then the transfer to the hospital in Modena. His book is also out, ‘Forty days’ (Mondadori) in which he imagined how Jesus may have spent the 35 days between his resurrection and his ascension into heaven. Through the narrative voice of a demon who accompanies Jesus, Manfredi faces the journey halfway between history and religion. (HANDLE).
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