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Send questions or comments about IWW to ets lib. Today I set out to learn about Matilde Seraoprominent Neapolitan journalist and writer from the early s in Naples. With her husband, Edoardo Scarfoglioshe founded Il Corriere di Romathe first Italian attempt to model a daily journal along the lines of the Parisian press. Dizionario della letteratura italiana. Once, when sickness threatened the horses in the region, Virgil caused a large bronze horse to be cast; he infused it with his magical powers, and any horse that would then walk around the statue three times was cured.
Her preoccupation in her early works with employment opportunities for lower and middle-class women stems from her understanding of the lives of working japoli and the deplorable working seraoo to which they were subjected.
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Her first novels such as Cuore infermo; Addio, amore! To access your account information you need to be authenticated, which means that you need to enter your password to confirm that you are indeed the person that the cookie claims you to be. She was an intense and accurate observer of the kaleidoscopic mosaic that was Naples at the turn of the century, from the hard-pressed underclass to the more affluent Neapolitan petite bourgeoisieall of whose lives were bent out of joint by the grand confusion of the Risanamentothe year project to rebuild the city, as well as by the problems of a newly unified Italy and the lingering and bitter split between North and South.
A model attribution edit summary using German: Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription. She was born in in Patrasso in Greece, where her Neapolitan father, Francesco, a journalist, had taken refuge during the Bourbon reprisals in Naples following the political turmoil of If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. She was also said to be on the Nobel committee’s short list for the literature prize, an award that ultimately went to her contemporary from Sardinia, Grazia Deledda.
They are also unique in their lack of a typical happy ending. In she co-founded Il Mattino with her husband, which became the most important and most widely read daily paper of southern Italy. Retrieved from ” https: Together, they founded three newspapers, one of which was Il Mattino still the largest Neapolitan daily.
As with most of these expeditions of mine to find out stuff, I got distracted very easily.
She worked as a schoolmistress in Naplesand later described those years of laborious poverty in the preface to a book of short stories called Leggende Napolitane Some sources cite as the year of her marriage. Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana fondata da G. She wrote dozens of novels and stories, and they also run the spectrum of genres. She wrote some early novels of little consequence. Her innumerable journalistic works include articles on the south of Italy, and Naples in particular, on poverty, work vsntre for women, fashion, literature, and society, to name napolu few.
Serao eventually had ventrr child at the age of 48 with her lover, a Neapolitan lawyer. Virgil also used his powers to dry up the swamps; he caused the west-wind, Favonianus, to change direction to help the local vegetation thrive; and he drove away a giant reptile that lived beneath the hill of Naples.
Encyclopedia of Italian Literary Studies. After their separation, Serao started her own newspapers, La Settimana and Il Giornothe first Italian woman to accomplish such a feat. Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: She married the Neapolitan journalist Edoardo Scarfoglio inwith whom she would eventually have four children.
In both cases you should know how to switch cookies back on! Her sefao returned to Italy inand Serao would pass almost the whole of her life in Naples.
For more guidance, see Wikipedia: Kern, The University of Chicago, That napolo about all I knew —that, and the fact that I still had an unopened copy of her Leggende Napoletane Neapolitan Legends lying in wait for me. Matilde Serao Italian pronunciation: And although she did publish some anti-fascist pieces in her newspaper, seral risk to herself and her paper’s survival, she also reconciled with Mussolini and met with him several times during her life.
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This page was last edited on 30 Decemberat The biographical material is straightforward. PhiloLogic is a registered trademark of The University of Chicago. Besides her newspaper work, she published 40 books.
There are a dozen or so other legends all connected with Virgil and all brought to life in Serao’s delightful book. Following a biography by Anna Banti in Serao’s critical star has continued to rise. Exact name of German article]]; see its history for attribution.
Serao returned to Naples with Scarfoglio after the failure vsntre their newspaper “Il corriere di Roma.
She died in