“7lletres. The literary prize and more", initiative that honors the figure, the work and thought of Manuel de Pedrolo, has produced a literary route in the Cervera cemetery, which was presented on Saturday 5 November.

The route, which is entitled "Death and freedom, poetic itinerary of Manuel de Pedrolo", it is marked with four lecterns that contain QR codes through which you can listen to Pedrolo's poems that surround it. The human condition: the death, love, freedom and being are the four axes that follow the poetic itinerary.
The poetic itinerary was inspired by the poem "A les dones de la meva nissaga", in which the Aranyó writer mentions his relative Dolors de Pedrolo i de Nuix, buried in the Cervera cemetery.

The production of the route has been carried out by 7lettres and they have intervened in the project: Xavier Hidalgo Verdes, Xavi Roig Capdevila, Alba Granell Rosich, Jordi Castellà and Bové, Marc Castellà and Bové, Xavier Miret Paredes and Jaume González Balasch.

the presentation, which took place in the cemetery on Saturday 5 November, it consisted of a tour of the itinerary with the performances of rhapsode Xavier Hidalgo and the cello·Xavi Roig list, with music by French singer Edith Piaf as a backdrop.

previously, Councilwoman of Culture, Mercè Carulla, addressed a few words of welcome, and Helena Mesalles, student of the work of Manuel de Pedrolo, offered an introduction to the more poetic side of the author.

A hundred people attended the event.

The chief paer, Joan Santacana; Councilwoman of Culture, Mercè Carulla; the president of the Regional Council of Segarra, Francesc Lluch; and the mayor of Plans de Sió, Xavier Pintó, they also attended representing the institutions that make up 7lettres.

Be part of the 7lletres: Segarra District Council, the Town Council of Cervera, Plans de Sió City Council and Tàrrega City Council.