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Salvatore Quasimodo

Italian poet, author, and 1959 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature. His literary functions consist of Giorno dopo giorno (EVERY SINGLE DAY) and La vita non e sogno (Lifestyle ISN’T a Wish). He went to a technical university in Messina and afterwards proved helpful for the Civil Anatomist Corps in Italy. He became a member of the Italian Communist Party in 1945. He transferred to Messina when he was seven yrs . old. His dad had been known as to the region to greatly help with re-building tasks carrying out a catastrophic earthquake. He and Giuseppe Ungaretti had been both essential Italian poets from the twentieth century.

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