Lowell's parents share a common descent from Philip Livingstonthe son of Robert Livingston, and were sixth cousins.
Early life[ edit ] Maraini was born in FiesoleTuscany. When she was a child, her family moved to Japan in to escape Fascism. Not long after, her parents separated and her father moved to Rome where, some years later, at the age of eighteen, Maraini joined him.
She was educated at L'Istituto Statale della Ss. Annunziataa prestigious and privileged boarding school in Florence. Much of Maraini's writing was affected by her parents and the roles they played in her life.
Maraini grew up with an adventurous father and a mother who was always burdened and, in addition to this, read books in which only men would go on quests and journeys. She states that she "became upset by the fact that no great journey could be taken by a woman She then became Alberto Moravia 's companion, living with him from until Career[ edit ] InMaraini, Moravia and Enzo Siciliano founded the del Porcospino "Porcupine" theatrical company which had as its mission the production of new Italian plays.
Rodolfo Wilcock and Tornabuoni. Inshe helped to found the Teatro della Maddalena which was run by women only.
In Maraini directed the films Mio padre amore mio "My father my love"Aborto: Parlano le donnethe screenplay for the TV Movie documentary Abrami in Africathe TV series documentary Ritratti di donne africanethe screenplay for The Story of Pieraand the screenplay for La bocca Ieri, oggi, domaniKulturzeitand Tutte le storie di Piera Very often, she tries to analyze her country critically since being able to view the world through critical eyes is one of the duties of an intellectual.
Her criticism is based on the expectations she has of her country; the more intellectuals try to be critical of their country, the more they want to see it function well. As an intellectual, Maraini tries "to illuminate, to persuade other people of what could be changed in a country that has possibility, a great country, a country of great people that have done great things"  because she wants "to persuade Italians that [they] can do better".
According to her, writing and travelling are both forms of illness and a therapy.
While a novel is a more personal relationship with a single reader, plays focus on the live public that can be participating or not. Also, differently, it is easier to feel whether the public is participating or not compared to a book. Work[ edit ] Bagheria is Maraini's only autobiographical work to date.
Her pre-feminist stage is characterized by the sense of alienation, total disorientation and the need for self-assentation through sexuality. These stages led to a feminist viewpoint that reflects a feminist awareness. Feminist novels include A memoria and Donna in Guerra.
These novels are very significant and are a representation of the Italian Feminist Movement of List of works[ edit ] La vacanza ; translated by Stuart Hood as The holiday:Little Drummer Boy, Harry Chorale Simeone, Harry Simeone The Effective Reader, D.
J Henry Competition and Development - The Power of Competitive Markets, Susan Joekes, Phil Evans Algebra 1 Study Guide and Intervention Workbook, McGraw-Hill . Fukuoka | Japan Fukuoka | Japan. Paul L. Mariani (born ) is an American poet and academic.
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He was the oldest of his seven brothers and sisters from a middle working-class background. Mariani had received his bachelor's degree from Manhattan College, New York and a Master's Degree from Colgate University.3/5(6). Dacia Maraini (Italian pronunciation: [ˈdaːtʃa maraˈiːni]; born November 13, ) is an Italian webkandii.com is the daughter of Sicilian Princess Topazia Alliata di Salaparuta, an artist and art dealer, and of Fosco Maraini, a Florentine ethnologist and mountaineer of mixed Ticinese, English and Polish background who wrote in particular on Tibet and Japan.