Guido Morselli

Guido Morselli (1912–1973) was a novelist and essayist. After serving in the Italian army, he began writing reportage and short stories while living abroad. He wrote several works of fiction, including Past Conditional, Divertimento, and Roma senza papa (Rome Without a Pope) as well as four books of essays. All of Morselli’s writing was published posthumously after the author committed suicide at the age of sixty.