Bonanni, Laudomia (1907–2002)

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Bonanni, Laudomia (1907–2002)

Italian novelist and short-story writer. Born 1907 in L'Aquila, Abruzzes, Italy; died in 2002 in Rome, Italy.

Wrote for Italian newspapers and magazines, often about children's issues and cases in juvenile courts; writings include Il fosso (1949), Palma e sorelle (1955), L'adultera (1964), Vietato ai minori (1974), Il bambino di pietra: Una nevrosi femminile (1979) and Le droghe (1982). Won the Prix Viareggio for her novel L'imputata (1960).

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