Zerilli-Marimò Prize for Italian Fiction

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The Zerilli-Marimò / City of Rome Prize for Italian Fiction is an Italian American literary award funded by Baroness Mariuccia Zerilli-Marimò. The award winning book is selected as being especially worthy of the attention of readers in North America and the English-speaking world. The prize is sponsored by various organizations, among which New York University, Harvard University, and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The jury consists of 70 members who are fluent in Italian, but of non-European nationality.[1]

Winners of the award[edit]


  1. ^ Zerilli-Marimò Prize for Italian Fiction, Italian Studies, New York University. Retrieved 2008-09-02.
  2. ^ Celati G.: Cinema naturale. Feltrinelli Editore, 2001: back matter. ISBN 978-88-07-01585-4.
  3. ^ "NYU's Zerilli-Marimo Prize for Italian Fiction Awarded to Giorgio Van Straten for Il Mio Nome a Memoria." The Italian Voice 2000-10-26. Partially retrieved 2008-08-28.
  4. ^ 2001 Zerilli-Marimò Prize for Italian Fiction Awarded to Roberto Pazzi. The Italian Voice 2001-11-08. Partially retrieved 2008-09-02.

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