Fernanda Romagnoli

Lucia Aiello (University of York); Ambra Zorat (University of Burgundy (Bourgogne))
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Despite being praised by well-known poets such as Attilio Bertolucci and publishers such as Guanda and Garzanti, Fernanda Romagnoli’s poetry remained largely unknown for several years following the poet’s death. Thanks to an anthology edited in 2003 by Donatella Bisutti, Il tredicesimo invitato e altre poesie [The Thirteenth Guest and Other Poems], including a selection of previously unpublished work, Romagnoli gained renewed albeit short-lived attention from readers and critics. It was not until 2018 that the depth and complexity of Romagnoli’s poetry were studied systematically for the first time in a volume entirely dedicated to her work and published as a special issue of the …

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Citation: Aiello, Lucia, Ambra Zorat. "Fernanda Romagnoli". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 03 February 2023 [https://staging.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=14176, accessed 26 February 2024.]

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