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Enzo Siciliano

Enzo Siciliano (27 May 1934 – 9 June 2006) was an Italian writer, playwright, literary critic and intellectual.

Siciliano was born in Rome. He was collaborator of Alberto Moravia, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Elsa Morante and many other famous writers in the 1950s and 1960s.

From 1996 to 1998 he was President of RAI (Italian State Television). He died in 2006, aged 72, from complications of diabetes.

Selected bibliography

Novels

  • La principessa e l’antiquario (1980)
  • Carta blu (1992)
  • I bei momenti (1997, premio Strega)
  • Non entrare nel campo degli orfani (2002)

Theatre

  • La casa scoppiata (1986)
  • La vittima (1987)

Criticism

  • Prima della poesia (1965)
  • Autobiografia letteraria (1970)
  • Vita di Pasolini (1978)
  • Letteratura italiana ("Italian Literature", 3 vol., 1986–88)

External links

  • "Italian author, broadcaster Enzo Siciliano dies"
  • , 28 June 2006The GuardianObituary by John Francis Lane,


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