SICILIANO, Enzo. Italian, b. 1934. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Literary criticism and history, Philosophy, Biography. Career: Professor of philosophy, 1958-68; La Stampa, Turin, Italy, literary critic, 1969-77; Nuovi Argomenti, Rome, Italy, joint editor, 1972-; Corriere della Sera, Milan, literary critic, 1977-; Epoca, Milan, Italy, theater critic, 1982-85; L'Espresso, Rome, Italy, literary critic, 1985-. Appeared in film, The Gospel According to St. Matthew. Publications: Racconti ambigui, 1963; Prima della poesia, 1965; La coppia, 1966; Autobiografia letteraria, 1970; Moravia, 1971; Piero Guccione, 1971; Attilio Forgioli, 1972; Dietro di me (short stories; title means: Behind Me), 1971; Rosa, 1973; La notte matrigna, 1975; Puccini, 1976; Vita di Pasolini, 1978, trans. as Pasolini: A Biography, 1982; La principessa e l'antiquario, 1980; La voce di Otello, 1982; Diamante, 1984, trans. by P. Diehl, 1987; La letteratura italiana (3 vols.), 1986-88; La casa scoppiata: la vittima, 1987; Singoli: due tempi, 1988; Rosa pazza e disperata, 1988; Cuore e fantasmi, 1990; Atlantico: due tempi, 1991; Romanzo e destini, 1992; Carta blu, 1992; Campo de' fiori, 1993; Mia madre amana il mare, 1994; Diario Italiano, 1997; I bei momenti, 1997; Non enture nel camfio dephi orfaris, 2002. EDITOR: Antologia critica di Solaria, 1958; Scrittori della realta dell VIII al XIX secolo, 1961. Address: Nuovi Argomenti, via Sicilia 136, 00187 Rome, Italy.
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