Camilla Soardi

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Camilla Soardi (active ca. 1540), a gentlewoman of Casale Monferrato in north-west Italy, was a Renaissance poet, identified as a notable female literary figure by her appearance in both the Teatro delle Donne letterate of Della-Chiesa and Marcello Alberti’s Storia delle Donne scienziate. Gioseffantonio Morano describes her as a virtuoso with a most subtle genius.[1]

See also[edit]

Margarita Balliana and Margarita Bobba, also women poets of sixteenth-century Casale.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ ‘…virtuosa, e di sottilissimo ingegno.’

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