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  1. Reeds in the Wind by Grazia Deledda, 1998-09
  2. After the Divorce: A Romance (1905) by Grazia Deledda, 2009-06-25
  3. Grazia Deledda: Ethnic Novelist (Scripta Humanistica) by Mario Aste, 1990-10
  4. Cosima by Grazia Deledda, Martha King (translator), 2008-09-29
  5. Anime oneste: romanzo famigliare (Italian Edition) by Grazia Deledda, 1915-01-01
  6. The Church of Solitude (Suny Series, Women Writers in Translation) by Grazia Deledda, E. Ann Matter, 2002-08
  7. Elias Portolu (European Classics) by Grazia Deledda, 1995-05-24
  8. Grazia Deledda: A Legendary Life (Troubador Italian Studies) by Martha King, 2005-01-31
  9. Obras Escogidas Grazia Deledda by Grazia Deledda, 1956-01-01
  10. Obras Escogidas de Grazia Deledda by Grazia Deledda, 1963-01-01
  11. Grazia Deledda's Dance of Modernity (Toronto Italian Studies) by Margherita Heyer-Caput, 2008-06-14
  12. Marianna Sirca: romanzo di Grazia Deledda (Italian Edition) by Grazia Deledda, 1918-01-01
  13. Dopo Il Divorzio: Romanzo (Italian Edition) by Grazia Deledda, 2010-02-22
  14. The Challenge of Modernity: Essays on Grazia Deledda (Troubador Italian Studies)

1. Literature 1926
The nobel Prize in Literature 1926. grazia deledda (penname of graziaMadesani, née deledda). Italy. b. 1871 (in Nuoro, Sardinia) d. 1936.
The Nobel Prize in Literature 1926
"for her idealistically inspired writings which with plastic clarity picture the life on her native island and with depth and sympathy deal with human problems in general" Grazia Deledda
(pen-name of Grazia Madesani, née Deledda) Italy b. 1871
(in Nuoro, Sardinia)
d. 1936 The Nobel Prize in Literature 1926
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2. Grazia Deledda
Biografia e opere dell'autrice sarda Premio nobel per la letteratura nel 1926.

3. Grazia Deledda - Autobiography
Balducci, Carolyn F. A Selfmade Woman Biography of nobel-Prize-WinnerGrazia deledda. Boston Houghton Mifflin Co., 1975. Capuana, Luigi.
I was born in the little town of Nuoro in Sardinia in 1871 . My father was a fairly well-to-do landowner who farmed his own land. He was also a hospitable man and had friends in all of the towns surrounding Nuoro. When these friends and their families had to come to Nuoro on business or for religious holidays, they usually stayed at our house. Thus I began to know the various characters of my novels. I went only to elementary school in Nuoro. After this, I took private lessons in Italian from an elementary school teacher. He gave me themes to write about, and some of them turned out so well that he told me to publish them in a newspaper. I was thirteen and I didn't know to whom I should go to have my stories published. But I came across a fashion magazine. I took the address and sent off a short story. It was immediately published. Then I wrote my first novel, Fior di Sardegna (1892) [Flower of Sardinia], which I sent to an editor in Rome. He published it, and it was quite successful. But my first real success was (1903), which was first translated by the

4. Grazia Deledda Winner Of The 1926 Nobel Prize In Literature
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1926 Nobel Laureate in Literature
    for her idealistically inspired writings which with plastic clarity picture the life on her native island and with depth and sympathy deal with human problems in general.

    Place of Birth: Nuoro, Sardinia
    Residence: Italy
    Real Name: Grazia Madesani
    Maiden Name: Deledda
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5. Index Of Nobel Laureates In Literature
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN LITERATURE. Name, Year Awarded. Churchill,Sir Winston Leonard Spencer, 1953. deledda, grazia, 1926.
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6. Grazia Deledda
1975); grazia deledda by M. Aste (1990) NOTE Only nine women have received(1901-1997) the nobel Prize for Literature grazia deledda, Selma Lagerlöf
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Grazia Deledda (1871-1936) Italian novelist and short story writer, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1926. Deledda spent her childhood in a small isolated village, where the people spoke Logudorese, a dialect closely related to Latin. Her stories are usually set in Sardinia and depict the life and customs of simple folk - small landowners, servants, farmers, and shepherds. Often they must find their own solutions to complex moral problems, which connects her work to the tradition of Fyodor Dostoevsky. From 1900 until her death in 1936 Deledda resided in Rome. " In Grazia Deledda's novels more than in most other novels, man and nature form a single unity. One might almost say that the men are plants which germinate in the Sardinian soil itself. The majority of them are simple peasants with primitive sensibilities and modes of thought, but with something in them of the grandeur of the Sardinian natural setting. Some of them almost attain the stature of the monumental figures of the Old Testament." (from the Nobel presentation verismo , a 19th- century Italian literary movement related to naturalism, and decadentismo , which emphasized instincts and irrational forces.

7. Grazia Deledda, Italian Novelist (1871-1936)
grazia deledda, the Italian writer, was born in Nuoro, Sardinia, in1871. In 1926 she received the nobel prize for Literature ..
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The Italian writer Grazia Deledda was born in Nuoro, Sardinia, September 27, 1871. She started to write early. After her marriage in 1899 with Palmiro Mardesani, she moved to Rome. Her novels depict vividly the life in Sardinia. In 1926 she received the Nobel prize for Literature "for her idealistically inspired writings which with plastic clarity picture the life on her native island and with depth and sympathy deal with human problems in general." She died in Rome in 1936.
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8. Grazia Deledda (1871-1936)
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Guide picks Her novels depict vividly the life in Sardinia. In 1926, she received the Nobel prize for Literature "for her idealistically inspired writings which with plastic clarity picture the life on her native island and with depth and sympathy deal with human problems in general."
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"Her first work, a collection of short stories, was published when she was 19." Grazia Deledda
This site provides biographical info., links to works on the Web, and more. Grazia Deledda (1871-1936) Find biographical details, a list of selected works, etc. Grazia Deledda - Autobiography for Nobel Prize She writes: "I was born in the little town of Nuoro in Sardinia in 1871. My father was a fairly well-to-do landowner who farmed his own land." Liber liber Main source of Italian Texts on the Web, Liber liber contains many of the Novels of Grazia Deledda.

10. Deledda, Grazia
grazia deledda, 1927. 15, 1936, Rome), novelist, a writer of the verismo (naturalistic)school in Italian literature, who was awarded the nobel Prize for
Deledda, Grazia
Grazia Deledda, 1927 UPI/Corbis-Bettmann (b. Sept. 27, 1875, Nuoro, Sardinia, Italyd. Aug. 15, 1936, Rome), novelist, a writer of the verismo (naturalistic) school in Italian literature, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1926. She married very young and moved to Rome, where she lived quietly, frequently visiting her native Sardinia, the setting of most of her fiction. Almost without formal schooling, Deledda wrote her first stories at 17, based on sentimental treatment of folklore themes; but with Il vecchio della montagna (1900; "The Old Man of the Mountain") she began to write about the tragic effects of temptation and sin among primitive human beings. Her most important works are Dopo il divorzio After the Divorce, Elias Portolu (1903), the story of a mystical former convict in love with his brother's bride; Cenere Ashes, 1910), in which an illegitimate son causes his mother's suicide (Eleonora Duse starred in the film version in 1916); and La madre The Woman and the Priest, 1922; U.S. title

11. Nobel Prize Winners For Literature
1925, Shaw, George Bernard, Ireland, dramatist. 1926, deledda, grazia, Italy, novelist.1927, Bergson, Henri, France, philosopher. 1928, Undset, Sigrid, Norway, novelist.
Year Article Country* Literary Area Sully Prudhomme France poet Mommsen, Theodor Germany historian Norway novelist, poet, dramatist Spain dramatist France poet Sienkiewicz, Henryk Poland novelist Italy poet Kipling, Rudyard U.K. poet, novelist Eucken, Rudolf Christoph Germany philosopher Sweden novelist Heyse, Paul Johann Ludwig von Germany poet, novelist, dramatist Maeterlinck, Maurice Belgium dramatist Hauptmann, Gerhart Germany dramatist Tagore, Rabindranath India poet Rolland, Romain France novelist Heidenstam, Verner von Sweden poet Gjellerup, Karl Denmark novelist Pontoppidan, Henrik Denmark novelist Karlfeldt, Erik Axel (declined) Sweden poet Spitteler, Carl Switzerland poet, novelist Hamsun, Knut Norway novelist France, Anatole France novelist Spain dramatist Yeats, William Butler Ireland poet Reymont, Wladyslaw Stanislaw Poland novelist Shaw, George Bernard Ireland dramatist Deledda, Grazia Italy novelist Bergson, Henri France philosopher Undset, Sigrid Norway novelist Mann, Thomas Germany novelist Lewis, Sinclair U.S. novelist Karlfeldt, Erik Axel

12. Percorsi Di Donna: Grazia Deledda Nobel Letteratura
Translate this page grazia deledda. nobel per la letteratura. Panoramica sulle scrittriciitaliane. Nasce a Nuoro il 27 settembre 1871 da Giovanni Antonio
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Grazia Deledda Nobel per la letteratura Panoramica sulle scrittrici italiane
Nasce a Nuoro il 27 settembre 1871 da Giovanni Antonio e Francesca Cambosu, quinta di sette figli.
La famiglia appartiene alla borghesia agiata: il padre che ha conseguito il diploma di procuratore legale, si dedica al commercio del carbone ed è un cattolico intransigente. Diciasettenne, invia alla rivista "Ultima moda" di Roma il primo scritto, chiedendone la pubblicazione: è "Sangue sardo", un racconto nel quale la protagonista uccide l'uomo di cui è innamorata e che non la corrisponde, ma aspira ad un matrimonio con la sorella di lei.
Il testo rientra nel genere della letteratura popolare e d'appendice sulle orme di Ponson du Terrail. Incerte sono le notizie di un lavoro ancora precedente, datato da alcuni critici al 1884. Tra il 1888 ed il 1890, collabora intensamente con riviste romane, sarde e milanesi, incerta tra prosa e poesia. L'opera che segna più propriamente l'inizio della carriera letteraria è "Fior di Sardegna" ('92), che ottiene una qualche buona recensione.
Gli scritti risentono di un clima tardo romantico, esprimendo in termini convenzionali e privi di spessore psicologico un amore vissuto come fatalità ineluttabile. E' anche, per lei, un'epoca di sogni sentimentali, più che di effettive relazioni: uomini che condividono le sue stesse aspirazioni artistiche sembrano avvicinarla, ma per lo più un concreto progetto matrimoniale viene concepito da lei sola. Si tratta di Stanislo Manca, nobile sardo residente a Roma, di Giuseppe M.Lupini, musicista che le dedica una romanza, del giornalista triestino Giulio Cesari e del maestro elementare Giovanni Andrea Pirodda, "folclorista gallurese".

13. Grazia Deledda Nobel Letteratura 1926
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14. Liber Liber Biblioteca Autori D Deledda, Grazia
Translate this page grazia deledda nacque nel 1871 a Nuoro da una famiglia La vita della deledda nonfu particolarmente ricca di Nel 1926 le fu assegnato il premio nobel per la

15. Northwestern University Press: Other Nobel Prize Winners Published By NU Press,
Found 4 Titles. After the Divorce grazia deledda Cloth Text. After the Divorce grazia deledda Trade Paper. Elias Portolu grazia deledda Cloth Text.

16. Os Prêmios Nobel Italianos (Grazia Deledda)
Translate this page Somente nove mulheres receberam o Prêmio nobel de Literatura grazia deledda,Selma Lagerlöf, Sigrid Undset, Pearl S. Buck, Gabriela Mistral, Nelly Sachs
Prêmios Nobel Italianos
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Literatura (1926)

Deledda passou sua infância num pequeno e isolado vilarejo, onde os moradores falavam em Logudorese , um dialeto muito parecido com o Latim. No século XIX escreveu seguindo as tradições literárias do verismo italiano , um movimento do naturalismo. Suas historias são normalmente ambientadas na Sardinha, onde o antigo se depara com o moderno, e os caracteres são forçados a encontrar soluções para suas controvérsias morais. Grazia Deledda nasceu na cidade Sarda de Nuoro, da qual o pai era Prefeito. Até a idade de dez anos, freqüentou a local escola primaria, que foi sua única educação formal, e depois estudou Italiano e Francês com um Instituidor. Quando tinha oito anos começou a escrever poemas, e publicou seu primeiro conto quando tinha quinze anos. Seu primeiro romance, Flor de Sardinha , apareceu em 1892, seguido depois por Almas Honestas em 1895. Em 1900 casou com Palmiro Madesani e mudou-se para Roma. Pelo resto de sua vida Deledda escreveu quase um romance a cada ano, chegando a um total de quarenta.

17. I Premi Nobel Italiani (Grazia Deledda)
Translate this page Soltanto nove donne hanno ricevuto il Premio nobel di Letteratura grazia deledda,Selma Lagerlöf, Sigrid Undset, Pearl S. Buck, Gabriela Mistral, Nelly Sachs
Premi Nobel Italiani
Grazia Deledda Madesani
Letteratura (1926)
Deledda passò la sua infanzia in un piccolo ed isolato villaggio,dove la popolazione parlava Logudorese, un dialetto molto simile al Latino. Nel 19° secolo scrisse secondo le tradizioni letterarie del verismo italiano, un movimento del naturalismo. Le storie sono normalmente ambientate in Sardegnan, dove l'antico si scontra con il moderno, ed i caratteri sono costretti a trovare soluzioni per le loro controversie morali. Deledda nacque nel villaggio Sardo di Nuoro, di cui il padre era Sindaco. Fino all'età di dieci anni, Deledda frequentò la locale scuola elementare, che fu la sua unica educazione formale, poi studiò Italiano e Francese con un Istitutore. All'età di otto anni cominciò a scrivere poemi, e pubblicò il suo primo racconto all'età di 15 anni. Il suo primo romanzo, Fior di Sardegna , apparve nel 1892, seguito poi da Anime Oneste nel 1895. Nel 1900 sposò Palmiro Madesani e si trasferì con lui a Roma. Per il resto della sua vita, Deledda scrisse circa un romanzo all'anno, per un totale di circa quaranta romanzi.

18. Biografia - Vita E Opere Di Grazia Deledda
Translate this page Dumas, Invernizio), durante tutta la precoce e fortunata carriera, grazia Deleddaebbe non Anche l’attribuzione nel 1927 del nobel per la letteratura, non
Grazia Deledda 1871-1936 Ultima moda Il suo primo romanzo Fior di Sardegna esce nel 1892, seguito da Anime oneste del 1895. A Roma vedono la luce, tra le altre, le opere: Elias Portolu , il suo capolavoro, Cenere Canne al vento Marianna Sicra Nel 1926 riceve, seconda donna ad essere insignita di tale onorificenza, il Nobel per la letteratura. Il suo romanzo autobiografico, Cosima, Anime oneste, La via del male, 1896). Le maggiori, poi, fra le quali ricordiamo Elias Portolu, Cenere Il segreto di un uomo solitario Canne al vento Marianna Sirca Cosima, horror vacui, OPERE PRINCIPALI Fior di Sardegna
Racconti sardi
Marco Valerio, 2001
Anime oneste
Elias Portulo
(1903), a cura di Spinazzola, Mondadori, Oscar narrativa, 1998
(1904), Mondadori, Oscar narrativa, 1999
(1912), Mondadori, Oscar narrativa, 1999
Canne al vento
(1913), Marco Valerio, 2001
Marianna Sirca (1915), Mondadori, Oscar narrativa, 1999
La madre
Mondadori, Oscar narrativa,
Mondadori, Oscar narrativa, 1998 A cura della Redazione Virtuale Milano, 20 settembre 2001, 14 febbraio 2002
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19. Deledda, Grazia
deledda, grazia, grä'tsEä dAled'dä Pronunciation Key. deledda, grazia , 1875–1936,Italian novelist, b. Sardinia. She was awarded the nobel Prize in 1926.


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Deledda, Grazia , Italian novelist, b. Sardinia. Her first work, a collection of short stories, was published when she was 19. She was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1926. Deledda's work is lyric and in part naturalistic, and combines sympathy and humor with occasional touches of violence. Her novels include Dopo il divorzio (1902, tr. After the Divorce, Cenere (1904, tr. Ashes, Canne al vento [reeds in the wind] (1913), La Madre (1920, tr. The Mother, 1922), and La Fuga in Egitto [flight into Egypt] (1925).
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Translate this page Home_Page grazia deledda (1871-1936), Novelista y premio nobel italianaperteneciente al movimiento naturalista. Nació en Nuoro, Cerdeña
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N ovelista y premio Nobel italiana perteneciente al movimiento naturalista. Nació en Nuoro, Cerdeña y, desde su matrimonio, vivió en Roma. Escritora prolífica, produjo muchas novelas y narraciones cortas que evocan la dureza de la vida y los conflictos emocionales de los habitantes de su isla natal. Elias Portolú (1903) es la historia de un ex-presidiario enamorado de su cuñada. Cosima (1937), en cambio, es una obra de carácter autobiográfico. Su novela más conocida, La madre (1920), explora la relación entre un sacerdote y su madre, a la que adora, mientras que Cenizas (1904) trata también de una madre y su hijo, aunque desde un punto de vista distinto. En 1926 Deledda recibió el Premio Nobel de Literatura. © eMe Textos:
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