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Corrado Alvaro

Author Code: TCAL

Born: Apr. 15, 1895 - San Luca, Italy

Died: Jun. 11, 1956 - Rome, Italy

During the First World War, Alvaro served as an officer in the Italian army and was wounded in both arms. He returned to his studies at the University of Milan and received his degree in 1919. He then embarked on a career in journalism and worked for a number of periodicals and newspapers including the anti-Fascist weekly Il Mondo. In 1926, he published his first novel, Man in the Labyrinth, which won critical acclaim. His best work is considered to be Gente d'Aspromonte (Revolt in Aspromonte) which appeared in 1930. During Mussolini's Fascist reign, Alvaro was forced to leave Italy, returning only after the culmination of the Second World War. In 1947, he was elected secretary of the Italian Association of Writers and in 1951, he received Italy's highest literary award, the Strega Prize. His other works include Green-Gray Poems (1917), Twenty Years (1930), Italian Route (1933), Man is Strong (1938), The Brief Era (1946), Almost a Life (1950), The Final Diary (1959 Posthumous) and All Has Happened (1961 Posthumous).

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