Gianna Manzini (Pistoia, March 24, 1896 – Rome, August 31, 1974) was an Italian writer whose Ritratto in piedi won her the Premio Campiello in 1971. It is a semi-autobiographical portrait of her father, a noted Italian anarchist. After several banishments for his political activities, her anarchist father was exiled to the small hilltop town of Cutigliano in 1921, fifteen miles northwest of Pistoia, where he would die of a heart attack in 1925 after being chased by fascist hoodlums.

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  • Gianna Manzini est une écrivain italien née à Pistoia le 24 mars 1896 et morte à Rome le 31 août 1974 (à 78 ans). (fr)
  • Gianna Manzini (Pistoia, March 24, 1896 – Rome, August 31, 1974) was an Italian writer whose Ritratto in piedi won her the Premio Campiello in 1971. It is a semi-autobiographical portrait of her father, a noted Italian anarchist. After several banishments for his political activities, her anarchist father was exiled to the small hilltop town of Cutigliano in 1921, fifteen miles northwest of Pistoia, where he would die of a heart attack in 1925 after being chased by fascist hoodlums. (en)
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  • Gianna Manzini est une écrivain italien née à Pistoia le 24 mars 1896 et morte à Rome le 31 août 1974 (à 78 ans). (fr)
  • Gianna Manzini (Pistoia, March 24, 1896 – Rome, August 31, 1974) was an Italian writer whose Ritratto in piedi won her the Premio Campiello in 1971. It is a semi-autobiographical portrait of her father, a noted Italian anarchist. After several banishments for his political activities, her anarchist father was exiled to the small hilltop town of Cutigliano in 1921, fifteen miles northwest of Pistoia, where he would die of a heart attack in 1925 after being chased by fascist hoodlums. (en)
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