La donna leopardo is the last novel by Alberto Moravia. Written in 1990 and published posthumously in 1991.
From the bourgeois atmosphere, in a familiar Rome by night, where relationships are more hidden and restrained, to Africa, where everything becomes true and explodes, where love, like life, is a state of never-ending alarm.
Thirty years after his death, an impossible interview with the Roman writer is staged on the themes most dear to him – love, conjugal relationship, sex, the pairs life/prehistory, woman/nature and man/culture, travel, Africa, theater, poetry – conducted starting from the pages of La donna leopardo (The Leopard Woman) and flanking readings from Passeggiate Africane (African Walks), Storie della Preistoria (Stories of Prehistory), Vita di Moravia (Life of Moravia), Poems, and Finalmente ti scrivo (Finally I write you) by Carmen Llera Moravia.
Admission is free, with compulsory booking on the website, subject to availability, from Friday, November 22.
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