Rome Italy.- Rosetta LoyItalian writer, died in Rome at 91 old, according to his own family.
According to the medium EFE, Rosetta Loy was born in Rome in 1931. After writing several works she was part of the “Generation of the Thirties”.
She was a writer since her childhood and began her public career in 1974 with the publication of her debut feature “the bike“, which earned him the prestigious award Viareggio.
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Being part of the “Generation of the Thirties” he shared ideas with great names of Italian literature born in that decade, such as Umberto Eco.
He achieved international success in 1988 with his work “Le strade di polvere“, which was translated into several languages and won the award Campiello.
Among his most remembered works is “The Hebrew parole” published in 1997, it recognized that his family, bourgeois and Catholic, had resigned himself to accepting the fascist Racial Laws without knowing the tragedy that would come during the Second World War.
(With information from EFE)
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