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Carlo Castellaneta

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Name  Carlo Castellaneta
Role  Author

Movies  Scorched Skin
Nominations  Strega Prize
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Died  September 28, 2013, Palmanova, Italy
Books  This Gentle Companion, La paloma, Until the next enchantment, Milan, the lights of the city

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Carlo Castellaneta (8 February 1930 - 28 September 2013) was an Italian author and journalist.

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Born in Milan, Castellaneta began to work at young age, first in an art gallery and then in the publishing house Arnoldo Mondadori Editore as a proofreader. In 1958 Elio Vittorini, consultant of the publishing house, read the manuscript of Castellaneta's novel Viaggio col padre, and approved the publication; then Castellaneta began a long and prolific career as a novelist, with novels translated into English, French, Spanish and German, but also as a journalist for Il Corriere della Sera and Storia Illustrata of which he was also director. Castellaneta was also chairman of the La Scala Theatre Museum.

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His novel Notti e nebbie (Nights and mists, 1975) was adapted into an eponymous 1984 television miniseries directed by Marco Tullio Giordana.

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Castellaneta died on 28 September 2013 in a hospital in Palmanova as a result of complications of pneumonia.

References

Carlo Castellaneta Wikipedia


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