Amelia Rosselli (1930-1996) was the daughter of a hero of the anti-Mussolini Resistance who was assassinated in Normandy when she was seven years old. Thereafter she spent her life in exile in Europe and in America, losing her mother and never fully recovering from her trauma. She learned French and English in addition to Italian, translated, studied music and wrote poetry characterized by sharp emotion, deep trauma and an ironic regard for "the human spectrum." She published nine collections of verse in her lifetime.
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