Collection: Amelia Rosselli

Amelia Rosselli (1930–1996) was a poet, translator, musician, and musicologist, born in Paris to refugees from Italy. After World War II, she settled in Rome and emerged as one of the most powerful voices in postwar Italian literature. Her eight volumes of poetry probed the traumas of the 20th century—for Rosselli both personal and historical.

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