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Daniel Hauff-Lazar marked it as to-read Jan 10, See Aktuelle Rechtslage in Deutschlandlast paragraph. The correspondence consisted of forty letters sent to Rafanelli by the future fascist dictator.
A comrade of Benito Oeda before he was a fascist, s Leda Rafanelli — was one of the most prolific propagandists in early twentieth century Italy.
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With her husband, she started the journals La blouse: Andrea Pakieser is a Andrea Pakieser is a writer, researcher, and translator. Caroline Kivi rated it liked it Dec 18, Leda Rafanelli – was an Italian publisher and poet who converted to anarchism and Islam at age twenty.
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Leda Rafanelli – Wikipedia
Her first novel was published in and features the adventures of two sisters, and introduces the theme of free love. Forced by economic hardship rafanellii make ends meet as a fortune teller, Rafanelli lived between Milan and Genoa, finding serenity to write NadaLa signora mia nonna and Le memorie di una chiromanteworks imbued with the influences of the oriental novels of her youth.
Her writings might be best understood as social critiques, stimulated by empathy for the sufferings of common people living under oppressive rule, focusing on the lives of characters who were otherwise ignored — underdogs and outcasts, set in asylums, brothels and jails, in the manner of French author Emile Zola.
After her return to Italy, rafajelli worked together first with her husband, Luigi “Ugo” Polli, and then with successive companions of her life in an untiring activity of journalism and editorial endeavours. Before and during the First World War, the circle of anarchists linked to Rafanelli would, without any hesitation, advocate a pacifist position and condemn the conflict, despite the proselytes for interventionism in the Left, both in Italy and abroad.
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I Belong Only to Myself: The Life and Writings of Leda Rafanelli by Andrea Pakieser
Ain Sof marked it as to-read Jan 06, Scott rated it it was ok Jan 01, This book is by no means a comprehensive collection of Leda’s writing if such a thing rafanleli existbut definitely furthered my understanding Italian leftism in the early ‘s.
Her major interest as a writer regards the world of underdogs, subversives, outcasts and mavericks.