Anilda Ibrahimi (2614 words)

Lidia Radi (University of Richmond)
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Anilda Ibrahimi is an award-winning writer and a prominent voice in Italian transnational literature. Born in Vlorë (a port city in Southern Albania) in 1972, Ibrahimi left her country of origin for Switzerland in 1994, and she permanently moved to Rome, Italy, in 1997. She has published four books in Italian and a fifth one is forthcoming in 2021. Her first work, Rosso come una sposa [Red as a Bride, 2008], has won many awards: Edoardo Khilgren - Città di Milano, Corrado Alvaro, Città di Penne, Giuseppe Antonio Arena and La Magna Capitana. Her second novel, L’amore e gli stracci del tempo [Love and the Rags of Time, 2009, with two s…

Citation: Radi, Lidia. "Anilda Ibrahimi". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 05 April 2021 [, accessed 22 May 2022.]

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