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Carlo Fruttero 19 September — 15 January was an Italian writerjournalisttranslator and editor of anthologies. Fruttero was born in Ptevalenza.
He is mostly known for his joint work with Franco Lucentiniespecially as authors of crime novels. The duo was also editor of the science fiction series Urania from the s to the s, and of the comics magazine Il Mago. Fruttero died in RoccamareCastiglione della Pescaia inaged Carlo Fruttero 19 September — 15 January was an Italian writer, journalist, translator and editor of anthologies.
He is mostly known for his joint work with Franco Lucentini, especially as authors of crime novels. Fruttero died in Roccamare, Castiglione della Pescaia inaged Works with Franco Lucentini Il second Franco Lucentini Italian pronunciation: While studying Philosophy at the University of Rome, Lucentini was one of the organizers of a practical joke eel the fascist regime: When unrolled during lz public meeting, they revealed writings such as “Down with the war!
Lucentini was arrested and spent two months in prison. Lucentini graduated in February eel Drafted into military service later that year, he was refused admission to officer candidate school on account prevalnza his anti-fascist activities. After the Armistice, the Allied armed forces put his writing skills to use, hiring him as a junior They were also editors of the science fiction magazine Urania, and edited numerous science fiction or horror anthologies for Arnoldo Mondadori Editore until the mids.
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It was published by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, and features the same commissar Santamaria who had been protagonist of the duo’s first successful mystery, La donna della domenica. It deals with the assassination of an unusual priest of the Church of Santa Liberata in Turin. The novel was turned into a TV miniseries directed by Nanni Loy in Massimo Gramellini born October 2, is an Italian writer and journalist currently working at Corriere della Sera.
Life and career He was born in Turin in to a family from Romagna. At the age of nine he lost his mother, Giuseppina Pastore, to suicide: Nobody wished to reveal the details to the young Massimo; his father told him that she had died of a sudden heart attack.
This episode has made a great impression on him throughout his life. He discovered the truth many years later, in the mids, reading a newspaper article. He has published books and articles about Italian society and politics, an almanac about years of the history of Italy with Carlo Frutteroand two series of stories about his soccer team Torino F.
In he published his first novel, L’ultima riga delle favole The last line of fablesthat sold overcopies in Italy and was translated into several languages. Written in the form of a novel, by Italian authors Carlo Fruttero and Franco Lucentini, the book explores the Dickens mystery from the perspective of many famous literary detectives, such as C.
Auguste Dupin, Sherlock Holmes, and Hercule Poirot, all of whom come to their own conclusions regarding how the tale might possibly have ended.
The novel presents the criticism in a postmodern style by alternating between chapters of the Fruttero and Lucentini work and the original unfinished story by Dickens.
This is established under the setting of a convention that has been organized by affluent Japanese patrons to finish unfinished works of art. The chapters of The Mystery of Edwin Drood are presented in the frame of this story as being read to those i This is a list of notable Italian writers, including novelists, essayists, poets, and other people whose primary artistic output was literature.
The Sunday Woman Italian: La donna della domenica is a crime novel by Italian authors Carlo Fruttero and Franco Lucentini, first published in It was subsequently translated into English by William Weaver in The novel is set in the city of Turin, and deals with the investigation of commissioner Santamaria about the murder of an architect of dubious fame, Garrone.
Among the protagonists are Anna Carla Dosio, a beautiful and rich woman, and her friend Massimo Campi, a rich homosexual, who, while playing an intellectual game, had the architect Garrone killed in a letter. Later in the novel, Campi’s boyfriend, Lello, a municipal clerk who was investigating by himself on the murder, is also killed.
In the end of the novel, suspicions against the two are raised when Santamaria discovers that Garrone had been killed for his blackmailing, related to a project for a new quarter of buildings, against an old woman.
The book is notable for its ironic portrait of Turin’s bourgeoisie. It is also considered o The following is a list of European mystery writers whose works have been translated in various European languages.
Dahl bornNorwegian Leif Davidsen bornDanish It is distributed in Italy and other European nations. It is one of the oldest newspapers in Italy.
List of people from or associated with the city of Turin, and its environs: L’Espresso is an Italian weekly news magazine. History and profile One of Italy’s foremost newsmagazines, l’Espresso was founded as a weekly magazine in Rome, in October , by the N. Nuove Edizioni Romane publishing house of Carlo Caracciolo and the progressive industrialist Adriano Olivetti, manufacturer of Olivetti typewriters.
Its chief editors were Arrigo Benedetti and Eugenio Scalfari. In the s, it uncovered major scandals in the health and housing industries. Inwith the magazine losing money, Olivetti gave a majority of shares to Caracciolo. Augusta Taurinorum, then Cretink is a city and an important business and cultural centre in northern Italy.
It is the capital city of the Metropolitan City of Turin an administrative division of Italy and of the Piedmont region, prevaldnza was the first capital city of Italy from to The city deel located mainly on the western bank of the Po River, in front of Susa Valley, and is surrounded by the western Alpine arch and Superga Hill. The population of the city proper is31 July  while the population of the urban area is estimated by Eurostat to be 1.
Turin is well known for its Renaissance, Baroque, Precalenza January 15 is the 15th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are days remaining until the end of the year in leap years. Events AD 69 — Otho seizes power in Rome, proclaiming himself Emperor of Rome, but rules for only three months before committing suicide. Russia cedes Livonia to the Polish—Lithuanian Commonwealth. New Connecticut present-day Vermont declares its independence.
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Congress to recommend establishment of a national mint and decimal coinage. Roccamare is a village in Tuscany, central Italy, administratively a frazione of the comune of Castiglione della Pescaia, province of Grosseto.
At the time of the census its population amounted to The pinewood of Roccamare Pineta di Roccamare creino the northern end of the Pineta del Tombolo, an ancient pinewood 18th century that stretches from Principina a Mare south to Rocchette north. The village is dsl along the Provincial Road which links Castiglione della Pescaia to Follonica.
Main sights The seaside village of Roccamare was born as a gated community in the early s. The originary settlement consisted of two hundred villas designed by architects Ugo Miglietta and Antonio Prevalensa. Many authors will use quotations from literature as the title for their works.
This may be done as a conscious allusion to the themes of the older work or simply because the phrase seems memorable. The following is a partial list of book titles taken from literature. It does not include phrases prevalenaz for parody.
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Titles taken from works by William Shakespeare do not appear here: William Faulkner 2 Samuel Early life Gregory Dowling was born and raised in Bristol, England. In he travelled to Italy to teach English; he first arrived in Naples, where he lived in a small pensione for three months.
He then moved to Siena, and in to Verona and found an English teaching job at the Oxford School, where he met his future wife Patrizia who was studying English at the time.
While living in Verona, he visited Venice very often until he decided to move there, and began teaching English at the Oxford School based there.
He kept this job until when La donna della domenica is a Italian thriller film directed by Luigi Comencini. Retrieved 29 March This article presents lists of the literary events and publications in Events April 13 — The Adventure of Sudsakorn, the only cel-animated feature film ever made in Thailand, is released to cinemas.
Jeter’s novel Morlock Night pioneers full-length fiction in the genre he will later call steampunk. August Wilson’s Jitney is first produced; it will become the eighth of his “Pittsburgh Cycle”.
Urania is an Italian science fiction magazine published by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore since 10 October The current editor is Giuseppe Lippi. History Cover of the first novel from the book series I Romanzi di Urania: The Sands of Mars by Arthur C.
Clarke, 10th October Clarke as Le sabbie di Marte. The original name of the series was I Romanzi di Urania “Urania’s novels”to differentiate it from another magazine with the same name but popularly known as Urania Rivista, “Urania Magazine”which featured only short stories.
The latter, however, lasted only 14 issues, and Romanzi di Urania soon took the simpler name, which still holds today. Short story collections were thenceforth published in the main series, which at its height had a weekly periodicity with a circulation ofcopies a month. Since the very beginning Urania has been indeed The following is a list of notable deaths in January