Marino Moretti

Marino Moretti

Marino Moretti
Marino Moretti
Marino Moretti
Born (1885-07-18)July 18, 1885
Cesenatico
Died July 6, 1979(1979-07-06) (aged 93)
Nationality Italian
Occupation Author, poet

Marino Moretti (July 18, 1885 – July 6, 1979) was an Italian poet and author.

He was born in the port town of Cesenatico, Italy, where his mother instilled in him a love of literature. After a failed attempt at an acting career, he began writing poetry; his first work being published in 1903. During his career he wrote twenty novels, eight books of verses, three book-length memoirs, and many short stories.[1] Among his better known works are The Voice of God (1920) and Widow of Fioravanti (1971).[2] His home in Italy has since been turned into a museum.[3]

References

  1. ^ Marrone, Gaetana, ed. (2006), Encyclopedia of Italian Literary Studies 1, CRC Press, pp. 1237–1238,  
  2. ^ "Marino Moretti", The Blade (Toledo, Ohio), July 7, 1979. 
  3. ^ Forlì, Cesena and its province 2005, Guide d'Italia, Touring Editore, 2006, p. 89,