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Quasimodo, Salvatore, 1901-1968

LC control no.n 79060266
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LC classificationPQ4837.U3
Personal name headingQuasimodo, Salvatore, 1901-1968
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Variant(s)Quasimodo, Totò, 1901-1968
Квазимодо, Сальваторе, 1901-1968
Kvazimodo, Salʹvatore, 1901-1968
Birth date1901-08-20
Death date1968-06-14
Place of birthModica (Italy)
Place of deathNaples (Italy)
Profession or occupationPoets Translators Critics
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated
Found inStefanile, M. Quasimodo, 1943.
Quasimodo, R. Tra Quasimodo e Vittorini, 1984: p. 15, etc. (known as Totò Quasimodo; m. Bice Donetti; Nobel prize for poetry 1959)
Shakespeare, William. Romeo e Giulietta, 2014: title page (traduzione di Salvatore Quasimodo)
Encyclopaedia Britannica online, Apr. 8, 2015 (Salvatore Quasimodo, poet, critic, and translator; born Aug. 20, 1901, Modica, Italy; died June 14, 1968, Naples; received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1959; translated plays of the Greek tragic playwrights Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides; poems of the Latin poets Catullus, Ovid, and Virgil; six plays of William Shakespeare; Molière's Tartuffe; and the poetry of the 20th-century poets E.E. Cummings and Pablo Neruda)
Quasimodo, Salvatore. Nobelevskiĭ laureat 1959 goda Salʹvatore Kvazimodo, 2009: title page (Сальваторе Квазимодо = Salʹvatore Kvazimodo)
Nobel Foundation, WWW, viewed on March 21, 2019: The Nobel Prize in Literature 1959 (The Nobel Prize in Literature 1959 was awarded to Salvatore Quasimodo "for his lyrical poetry, which with classical fire expresses the tragic experience of life in our own times")
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