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  • Heyse, the Grand Hotel in the novel of a Nobel Prize

    With reference to the recent debate over Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize for Literature, it is interesting to remember how the history of Grand Hotel Gardone is closely related to that of a famous Nobel Prize of the past: the writer Paul Johann Ludwig Heyse born on 15th March 1830 in Berlin and died on 2nd April in Munich. As many German people do today, Paul Heyse was fascinated from Lake Garda where he stayed for many years choosing the Grand Hotel Gardone as holiday resort. The famous poet and dramaturge was guest of the Grand Hotel Gardone from 1899 to 1909 and he was really captivated by the atmosphere of the hotel that he chose to set the story “A night in Venice”, written in 1901 and published in 1902 in Lake Garda’s Novels. It is obvious to say that this novel could be a good idea to get ready for summer 2017 reading Heyse’s words, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1910.

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