Daniele Del Giudice

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Daniele Del Giudice was born in Rome in 1949. His first novel, Lo stadio di Wim¬bledon, was published in 1983, followed by Atlante oc¬cidentale (1985), Nel museo di Reims (1988), Staccando l‘ombra da terra (1994), Ma¬nia (1997), I-Tigi. Canto per Ustica (2001 and 2009, with Marco Paolini), Orizzonte mo¬bile (2009), In questa luce (2013) and I racconti (2016). Del Giudice is a recipient of many awards: European Union Prize for Literature which he received in 2009 for Movable Horizons, as well as Viareggia Prize, Bagutta Prize, Feltrinelli Prize, and Il Campiello Prize. He has published essays about Italo Svevo, Thomas Bernhardt, Robert L. Stevenson and Primo Levi, and worked many years as a journalist while also teaching Theatrical Literature at the Venetian Theatre Faculty of the IUAV. He died in Venice in 2021.