Last year, the Italian writer Sandro Veronesi won the Strega Prize with his latest novel “Il colibrì”.
Now, the Swedish publishing house Contempo releases “Gränsen för livets värde” (“Cani d’estate”), that Veronesi wrote in 2018.
In this book, the author tells the story of Aquarius and Diciotti ships, the closure of ports as the only solution to migration, the clearance of a xenophobic and racist language, but also the collective mobilization in defense of fundamental human rights and the politics of hospitality and solidarity.
“Gränsen för livets värde” was published also thanks to the C.M. Lerici Foundation’s literary grant.