Activist died of most cancers: Michaela Murgia's “Three Bowls” | EUROtoday

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Her voice is lacking: The author and activist Michela Murgia at a 2019 workshop in Rome
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When she discovered she had most cancers, Italian activist Michela Murgia wrote one other guide. It helped her to know the sickness as an confederate to her complexity.

IA 12 months in the past in May, shortly earlier than Michela Murgia introduced her work “Three Bowls” on the Turin Book Fair, an extended interview with the Sardinian author and activist appeared within the “Corriere della sera”. Anyone who hadn't purchased the newspaper within the morning did so later within the day as a result of the transferring interview was instantly a subject of dialog.

The journalist Aldo Cazzullo ran it. At “Corriere” he’s the editor for particular duties. What he elicited from Murgia appeared like a form of literary, existential and political manifesto – and like a testomony. Cazzullo's first query was: “Michela Murgia, your new, nice guide 'Three Bowls' begins with the prognosis of a terminal sickness. Is there something autobiographical in it?”