Piero Chiara in 1971
|Born||March 23, 1913|
|Died||December 31, 1986(aged 73)|
|Spouse(s)||Jula Sherb (divorced)|
Piero Chiara (March 23, 1913 - December 31, 1986) was an Italian writer.
He was born in Luino, on Lake Maggiore (northern Italy). His father Eugenio was from Resuttano, Sicily; his mother Virginia Maffei was from Comnago, a Piedmontese village in the municipality of Lesa. Sought by the Fascist militia during World War II, he fled to Switzerland in 1944. He returned to Italy two years later, starting the activity of writer. His most famous work is La stanza del vescovo of 1976, which was turned into a film by Dino Risi soon afterwards.
The Disappearance of Signora Giulia was the first of his books to be translated into English.
- Corriere della Sera: "Marco Chiara, una vita tutta da raccontare" by Manzoni Franco 10 maggio 2011
- New York Times: "JUDITH CHIARA Obituary" November 17, 2010
- "Piero Chiara | Pushkin Press". www.pushkinpress.com. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
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