Augusto Monti

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Augusto Monti (29 August 1881 in Monastero Bormida – 11 July 1966 in Rome) was an Italian writer and professor.

Strenuous opposer of fascism since its beginning, he was imprisoned by the regime. During the 2nd post-war he became an important representant of the world of Italian literature and of the pedagogy.[1] He taught at Liceo Classico Massimo d'Azeglio in Turin.[2]


  1. ^ Umberto Levra et alii, Storia di Torino, Giulio Einaudi Editore, 2001, pg. 1048
  2. ^ Ward, David. "Primo Levi's Turin." In: Gordon, Robert S.C. (editor). The Cambridge Companion to Primo Levi (Cambridge Companions to Literature). Cambridge University Press, 30 July 2007. ISBN 1139827405, 9781139827409. CITED: p. 11.

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