Anna Maria Ortese’s Unforgiving Vision in “Neapolitan Chronicles”
Eloisa Morra unmasks the challenging nature of Anna Maria Ortese’s classic fiction-reportage hybrid “Neapolitan Chronicles.”...
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Eloisa Morra (PhD Harvard University, 2017) is assistant professor of Italian and Visual Studies at the University of Toronto and the author of Un allegro fischiettare nelle tenebre. Ritratto di Toti Scialoja (Quodlibet Studio, 2014), which received special mention for the 2015 Edinburgh Gadda Prize. In her research, she explores interdisciplinary issues at the crossroads of textual criticism and art history, translation, and the Renaissance and its reception in the 20th century.