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Cardarelli was born in Corneto, Lazio, to a family of Marche origin. His father was Antonio Romagnoli. His studies were irregular and he tried different jobs. In 1906, when he had moved to Rome, he began his career as a journalist.
He won two literary awards including the 1928 Premio Bagutta for Il Sole a picco and the 1948 Premio Strega for Villa Tarantola.