Pope's daughter

Between the mid-14th century and the end of the XVI, Italy is a cradle and stage of some of the greatest thinkers of the Humanist era. The Renaissance courts are filled with artists and scientists, and cultural progress advances hand in hand with the achievements on the battlefields. It is in this context that the events of Lucrezia Borgia are intertwined, the illegitimate daughter of Pope Alexander VI and the exchange of exchange of familiar power games. Through the documented biography of this "incestuous daughter", Dario Fo returns us to us a fresco of the dynamics of time, of underground plots and the artistic tensions of its protagonists, rehabilitating the figure of Lucrezia and showing us the essence of a woman resolute and, perhaps Also for this reason, unjustly condemned by history.

  • Author: Dario Fo
  • Format: Paperback, 13.3 x 20.5 cm
  • Pages: 256
  • Publisher: Chiareletto
  • Necklace: Pocket
  • Year: 2020

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