In 1882, Luigi Pirandello, the father of “Il fu Mattia Pascal,” completed his classical studies at the Regio Liceo Vittorio Emanuele II in Palermo. Now, the school has commemorated Pirandello with a plaque in the assembly hall. The event was attended by the school’s principal, representatives from the Salvare Palermo foundation, and students. Various speakers emphasized the importance of studying and remembering figures like Pirandello. The event concluded with students reading excerpts from Pirandello’s works.
Palermo, al liceo Vittorio Emanuele la giornata dedicata a Pirandello: una targa per ricordare lo scrittore