Roberto Pazzi

Roberto Pazzi (b. 1946, Ameglia, Italy) is an Italian novelist and poet, whose works have been translated into eighteen languages (English, Romanian, German, French, etc.)

Bibliography

Poems

Novels

Awards

* Zerilli-Marimò Prize for Italian Fiction for "Conclave" (2001)


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