Diego Marani


Diego Marani is a novelist, translator, and newspaper columnist. In 1996, while working as a translator for the Council of the European Union, he invented Europanto, a mock international auxiliary language. He has published different articles, short stories and video clips in Europanto. He is also an essayist and novelist. His most famous novel, New Finnish Grammar (Nuova grammatica finlandese), has been translated into several languages and has received the Grinzane Cavour literary prize in Italy


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Diego Marani talks to Kristin Hausler "The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 and the External Action of the European Union”

Santander Art and Culture Law Review, 2018, 2/2018 (4), s. 15-18
Data publikacji online: 26 czerwca 2019