Daria Galateria

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Daria Galateria is an Italian writer and professor.

Biography[edit]

Daria Galateria was born in Rome, Italy, in 1950. She graduated in Literature at the Sapienza University of Rome with a thesis on monologue in Stéphane Mallarmé and Paul Valéry. She has taught French Literature and Language at the Sapienza University of Rome since 1975.[1] Over the years her research has focused in particular on the female memoir. She also edited the first Italian commented edition of Proust's Remembrance of Things Past.[2]

In 1996 she was awarded the "Grinzane Cavour" for the book "Fughe dal re Sole".[3] In 2005 she was nominated Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.

She hosted some cultural programs for Rai Radio 3 ("Spaziotre") and Radio 2 ("Alle otto della sera").[4] She collaborates with Il Manifesto, La Repubblica[5] and L'espresso[6] since 1990.

Selected Bibliography[edit]

  • Breton, Mursia, 1977.
  • Parigi 1789, Sellerio, 1989. (title translation: Paris 1789)
  • Il tè a Port-Royal, Sellerio 1995. (title translation: Tea at Port-Royal)
  • Fughe dal re Sole, Sellerio, 1996. (title translation: Escape from the Sun King)
  • Scritti galeotti, Erirai, 2000. (title translation: Papers from prison)
  • Entre nous, Sellerio, 2002. (title translation: Between us)
  • Mestieri di scrittori, Sellerio, 2007. (title translation: Jobs of writers)

Galateria edited the Italian translation of 29 works by foreign authors:

  • Marcel Proust, Ritorno a Guermantes, Studio Tesi, 1988
  • Ortensia Mancini, I piaceri della stupidità, Sellerio, 19987.
  • Principessa Palatina, Lettere, Sellerio, 1988.
  • Madame de Caylus, Souvenirs, Sellerio, 1988.
  • Madame de Duras, Il segreto, Sellerio, 1989.
  • Ninon de Lenclos, Lettere sulla vecchiaia, Sellerio, 1991.
  • Roger de Bussy-Rabutin, Storia amorosa delle Gallie, Sellerio, 1992.
  • Buffon, Discorso sullo stile, Studio Tesi, 1994.
  • Sarah Bernhardt, Gita in pallone, Jouvence, 1995.
  • Nicolas de la Bretonne, Lettere di una scimmia, Sellerio, 1995.
  • Madame de Staal-Delaunay, Memorie, Adelphi, 1995.
  • Jean Giono, Una pazza felicità, Guanda 1996.
  • Paul Morand, Il Sole offuscato, Fouquet e Luigi XIV, Corbaccio1996.
  • Vivant Denon (attribuito), La notte meravigliosa, ES, 1996.
  • Louise de Vilmorin, Madame de V*** vede solo nero, ES, 1997.
  • Mathilde Mauté, Moglie di Verlaine, Sellerio, 1998.
  • Grace Dalrymple Elliott, La nobildonna e il duca, Fazi, 2001.
  • Denis Diderot, Mystification, Archinto, 2001.
  • Charles Perrault, Fiabe, Marsilio, 2002.
  • Françoise Sagan, La guardia del cuore, Sellerio, 2003.
  • Raymond Radiguet, Il ballo del conte d’Orgel, Sellerio, 2004.
  • Madame de Charrière, Lettres écrites de Lausanne, Sellerio, 2005.
  • Béatrix Saule, La giornata di Luigi XIV, Sellerio, 2006.
  • Madame de Charriere, Tre donne, Dadò, 2008.
  • Laure de Surville Balzac, Balzac mio fratello, Sellerio, 2008.
  • Anatole France, Il procuratore della Giude, Sellerio, 2008.
  • Jacques Chessex, Il vampiro di Ropraz, Fazi, 2009.
  • Stéphane Audeguy, Mio fratello Rousseau, Fazi, 2010.
  • Allen S. Weiss, Baudelaire cerca gloria, Sellerio, 2010.

References[edit]

  1. ^ University La Sapienza of Rome
  2. ^ About the italian translation of "In search of Lost Time"
  3. ^ Grinzane Cavour Award
  4. ^ "Alle otto di sera"
  5. ^ Galateria's articles from "LaRepubblica.it"
  6. ^ Galateria's articles from "L'Espesso"