Daniele Del Giudice

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Daniele Del Giudice (b. 1949, Rome) is an Italian author and lecturer. He lives in Venice, where he teaches Theatrical Literature at the University Iuav of Venice.[1]

Biography[edit]

Prizes[edit]

List of works[edit]

  • Lo stadio di Wimbledon (1983).
  • Atlante occidentale (1985). Translated as Lines of Light (1988).
  • Nel museo di Reims (1988).
  • Taccuino Australe (1990). A 6-part diary of a journey to Antarctica, published in Corriere della Sera and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.[7]
  • Staccando l'ombra da terra (1994). Translated by Joseph Farrell as Takeoff: The Pilot's Lore (1996).
  • Mania (1997).
  • Orizzonte mobile (2009).

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