Giuliana Morandini

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Giuliana Morandini (born 1938,[1] 1944 in some sources) is an Italian writer.[2]

She was born in Udine and lives in Rome and Venezia. Her first book E allora mi hanno rinchiusa: testimonianze dal manicomio femminile (And so I was locked up: Testimony from a Women's Mental Hospital) (1977) was a study of women in Italian mental hospitals; it was a finalist for the Viareggio Prize. Her first novel I cristalli di Vienna was published in 1978 and received the Prato Prize; it was translated in English as Bloodstains. This was followed by Caffè Specchi (The Café of Mirrors) in 1983, which received the Viareggio Prize. Her 1987 novel Angelo a Berlino (Angel in Berlin) was a finalist for the Premio Campiello.[2]

In 1980, she published La voce che è in lei (The voice within her), an anthology of writing by little-known or forgotten Italian women authors. She has also written an introduction for Italian translations of Samuel Beckett.[3]

Selected works[2]

  • Ricercare Carlotta, children's book (1979)
  • Poesie d'amore (Love poems), collected poetry by women (1986)
  • Sogno a Herrenberg (Dreams in Herrenberg), historical novel (1991)
  • Giocando a dama con la luna (Playing checkers with the moon), historical novel (1996)


  1. ^ "Giuliana Morandini". Prague Writers' Festival.
  2. ^ a b c Miller, Jane Eldridge (2001). Who's who in Contemporary Women's Writing. p. 222. ISBN 0415159806.
  3. ^ Wilson, Katharina M; Schlueter, Paul; Schlueter, June (2013). Women Writers of Great Britain and Europe: An Encyclopedia. pp. 327–28. ISBN 1135616701.

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