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Sibilla Aleramo in other languages

Rina Faccio (1876-1960), an emancipated woman of many talents, was reborn as a writer under the pseudonym Sibilla Aleramo, producing ...

Pinocchio in Other Languages

The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi is without a doubt the most translated book in world literature.

Giorgio Bassani in other languages

The European dimension of Bassani’s writing

Primo Levi in other languages

Today Primo Levi is read worldwide. Translated in almost fifty languages capable of overcoming barriers amongst different generations.

Giovambattista Marino in other languages

The works of Giovambattista Marino around the world

Alba de Céspedes in Other Languages.

“Inner cosmopolitanism” is a characteristic feature of Alba de Céspedes, a polyglot writer and traveller, who always paid close attention ...

Antonio Tabucchi in other languages

Antonio Tabucchi is one of Italy’s most known contemporary authors abroad. His books have been translated in over fifty languages.

Natalia Ginzburg in other languages

Le opere di Natalia Ginzburg tradotte in oltre venticinque lingue

Italian Poets in Translation

Italian poetry unquestionably still enjoys high prestige internationally, probably greater than that attributed by most readers buying books of poetry ...

Anna Banti in other languages

The diffusion of Anna Banti’s works

Giuseppe Dessí in Other Languages

Dessí’s first period of fortune abroad was during the 1940s-1960s, namely during the period in which he was writing.

Francesco Guicciardini in other languages

From France to Spain and Russia: Francesco Guicciardini in the world.

Dante’s Inferno translated and visualized by Tom Phillips

One of the most remarkable Twentieth Century English versions of Inferno is by the English artist Tom Phillips

Umberto Eco in other languages

One of the best-known Italian writers in the world