Sibilla ALERAMO (14 August 1876 - Rome, 13 January 1960) pseudonym of Marta Felicina Faccio called "Rina", writer and Italian poet. After a childhood lived in the shadow of a depressed and aspiring suicidal mother, she fell into a worse marriage, "repairer" of a violence suffered just fifteen. He developed a desire for independence and recovery that made her join the feminist movement and socialism, collaborating with her writings in literary and progressive magazines, and attending personalities from the left and Italian culture; in her growth moment she moved away from her husband and son, successfully venturing into the world of literature and activism. Her fragmented and tormented path led her to many relationships and promiscuous frequentations, passing from the "Manifesto of the anti-fascist intellectuals" to the "National fascist association of women artists and graduates" (perhaps out of necessity, after the awarding of a cash prize and a monthly by the Accademia d'Italia), and then enrolled in 1945 at the PCI, always following their instincts without conditionings. Photographic portrait by Ghitta Carell (September 20, 1899 - January 18, 1972), photographed Hungarian naturalized Italian, official portraitist of the royals of Italy and eminent personalities of the regime, who in the years after the war made portraits to various figures of culture, politics , nobility and Roman bourgeoisie. Rome, around 1930.

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title: SIBILLA ALERAMO

subject date: 2003-01-20

caption: Sibilla ALERAMO (14 August 1876 - Rome, 13 January 1960) pseudonym of Marta Felicina Faccio called "Rina", writer and Italian poet. After a childhood lived in the shadow of a depressed and aspiring suicidal mother, she fell into a worse marriage, "repairer" of a violence suffered just fifteen. He developed a desire for independence and recovery that made her join the feminist movement and socialism, collaborating with her writings in literary and progressive magazines, and attending personalities from the left and Italian culture; in her growth moment she moved away from her husband and son, successfully venturing into the world of literature and activism. Her fragmented and tormented path led her to many relationships and promiscuous frequentations, passing from the "Manifesto of the anti-fascist intellectuals" to the "National fascist association of women artists and graduates" (perhaps out of necessity, after the awarding of a cash prize and a monthly by the Accademia d'Italia), and then enrolled in 1945 at the PCI, always following their instincts without conditionings. Photographic portrait by Ghitta Carell (September 20, 1899 - January 18, 1972), photographed Hungarian naturalized Italian, official portraitist of the royals of Italy and eminent personalities of the regime, who in the years after the war made portraits to various figures of culture, politics , nobility and Roman bourgeoisie. Rome, around 1930.

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continent: Europa

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image epoch: Fascismo

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subject epoch: Fascismo

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keywords

Aleramo S.Sibilla Aleramoanti-fascismItalyKingdom of ItalyliteraturepoetessportraitpoetryCarell G.Ghitta CarellFascismThirty yearsFeminismempowerment of womenindependence

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