After her marriage, she used the name Natalia Ginzburg (occasionally spelled 'Ginzberg') on most subsequent publications. Le piccole virt.
• • Andrea Ginzburg • Alessandra Ginzburg Relatives (father) Natalia Levi Ginzburg of the Personal details Political party Natalia Ginzburg, Levi ( Italian:; German:; 14 July 1916 – 7 October 1991), was an author whose work explored family relationships, politics during and after the years and, and philosophy. She wrote novels, short stories and essays, for which she received the and.
Most of her works were also translated into English and published in the United Kingdom and United States. An, for a time in the 1930s she belonged to the. In 1983 she was elected to Parliament from Rome as an Independent.
Contents • • • • • • • • • • Early life and education [ ] Born in, in 1916, Ginzburg spent most of her youth in with her family, as her father in 1919 took a position with the. Her father,, a renowned Italian, was born into a Jewish Italian family, and her mother, Lidia Tanzi, was Catholic. Her parents were secular and raised Natalia, her sister Paola (who would marry ) and her three brothers as atheists.
Their home was a center of cultural life, as her parents invited intellectuals, activists and industrialists. At age 17 in 1933, Ginzburg published her first story, I bambini, in the magazine. Marriage and family [ ].
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Retrieved 25 July 2014. Further reading [ ] • Giffuni, Cathe (June 1993). 'A Bibliography of the Writings of Natalia Ginzburg'. Bulletin of Bibliography. Newgrounds Game Archive there. Kyocera Copystar 3500i Drivers. External links [ ] •, The Occasional Review blog •.