Patrizia Cavalli

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July 5, 2022

Patrizia Cavalli, born April 17, 1947 in Todi (Umbria) and died in Rome (Lazio) on June 21, 2022, is an Italian poet.

Biography

Patrizia Cavalli defended a dissertation on the aesthetics of music. Poet, she is also a translator, especially of Molière and Shakespeare. Since 1968, she has lived in Rome. In 1999, she won the Viareggio Poetry Prize for Semper aperto teatro and in 2006 the Pier Paolo Pasolini International Poetry Prize. Prix ​​Betocchi - City of Florence 2017.

Works

My poems will not change the world, Einaudi, 1974. trad. My poems will not change the world, translated by Danièle Faugeras and Pascale Janot, women's editions, 2007. The sky, Einaudi, 1981. Poetry 1974-1992, Einaudi, 1992. trad. Poetry 1974-1992, Lucie Editions, 2007. The singular self of mine, Einaudi, 1999. Always open theater, Einaudi, 1999. trad. Always open theater, translated by René de Ceccatty, Payot & Rivages, 2002. La Guardania, Nottetempo, 2004. Lazy divinity and lazy fate, Enaudi, 2006. La Patria, Nottetempo, 2011.

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External links

Literature resource: Poetry Foundation Portal of Italian Literature Portal of Poetry Portal of Languages ​​Portal of Umbria