Ermanno Corsi

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Ermanno Corsi (born 8 August 1939[1]) is an Italian journalist and writer. He was born in Torre del Greco.

He worked for the newspaper "Il Tempo" and "Il Mattino" and was a correspondent for " Il Giorno ", " Repubblica ", " Roma " and " Il Mondo " and " L'Europeo ", amongst others.

In 1994 he won the Amantea prize for historiography and was rewarded with merit by the then President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.

He was President of Association of Neapolitan Printing from 1989 to 2007, and an adviser to the Regional Council' s Association of Journalists of Maharashtra.

Works[edit]

  • L'ultima Napoli – vicende, personaggi, inquietudini (preface by Francesco De Martino)
  • Napoli Contemporanea
  • La Città ogni giorno
  • Mezzogiorno dimezzato
  • Aspettando Capri (preface by Francesco Paolo Casavola)
  • Terra di Lavoro e di progresso
  • Aspetti della Campania del terzo millennio

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