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writer , Humanities educator

Enrica Salvaneschi, Italian humanities educator, writer.

Background

Salvaneschi, Enrica was born on September 11, 1947 in Genoa, Liguria, Italy. Daughter of Emilio Mario and Albertina Rosa Carolina (Rosati) Salvaneschi.

Education

Degree in humanities.

Career

Temporary professor linguistics University Chieti, 1978-1979. Assistant in Greek literature University Genoa, 1971-1974, assistant in linguistics, 1974-1984, temporary professor Hebrew, 1977-1978, tem. professor Greek language, 1979-1983, associate professor semantics, 1984-1996, associate professor comparative literature, since 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Like That, 1990, Toward a Theory, 1992, Metopes. A Treatise on Poetics and Solitude, 1992, Centaurs?, 1992, The Other and the Nothing, 1994, Catalogue and Metamorphosis, 1996, Some Voices, 1998, Psychomachia, 1998, Poesy, 2000, Cleptomania, 2000, Silvio Endrighi, Atheism, 2000, Silvio Endrighi, The Book of Aura and Hour, 2002, The Virgin-Weasel, 2002, In Vain, 2004, Erich Auerbach's Notion of Weltliteratur, 2006, Suffering Gardens: About Émile Zola as a Poetry-Teller, 2006, Silvio Endrighi, A rake's refuge, 2007.

Connections

father:
Emilio Mario Salvaneschi

mother:
Albertina Rosa Carolina (Rosati) Salvaneschi