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Pierluigi Cappello

Pierluigi Cappello is an Italian poet, born in Gemona del Friuli, Italy, in 1967. He grew up in Chiusaforte.[1][2][3]

He won the 2010 Viareggio-Rèpaci prize for poetry with the poem Mandate a dire all'imperatore.[4]


  1. ^ Colin, Gianluigi (9 August 2010). "Sono un poeta fragile. Ma libero" [I am a poet fragile. Ma libero But free].  
  2. ^ Gavagnin, G (2003/2004). "Gli scrittori e la norma: intervistea Raffaello Baldini, Pierluigi Cappello, Luciano Cecchinel, Amedeo Giacominie Ida Vallerugo". Quaderns d’Italià (8/9): 123–132. 
  3. ^ Johnson, John R.L. (2001). "The Social Context of Literary Production in Post-War Friuli: Authors, Readers, and the Transformation of the Cultural Fieldn". Italian Culture 19. 
  4. ^ "Al Viareggio targato Einaudi Lagioia batte Lilin per 2 voti".  

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