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The Oxford Companion to Italian Literature

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2005
Subject:
Literature
Length:
446 words

... and his circle. In Florence , which with some justification considered itself the literary and artistic capital of the country, the most famous café was the Giubbe Rosse in what is now Piazza della Repubblica. This was the meeting-point for Montale and writers of the Solaria group, both those who lived in Florence and others like Gadda or Saba who visited at intervals. Opposite the Giubbe Rosse was the Paszkowski, the café of writers more committed to the Fascist regime such as Berto Ricci , Bilenchi , and Dino Garrone , who gathered around the...

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