Nuovi Argomenti is an influential Italian literary magazine which was started in 1953 in Rome.
History and profile
Nuovi Argomenti was founded by Alberto Carrocci and Alberto Moravia in Rome in 1953. Soon they were joined by Pier Paolo Pasolini. He coedited the magazine with Moravia. During this period the magazine was published on a bimonthly basis.
Following the deaths of Pasolini and Carrocci they were replaced by Attilio Bertolucci and Enzo Siciliano. The current editor is Dacia Maraini, who took the place of Enzo Siciliano after his death in 2006.
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