Averardo Borsi

Averardo Borsi (1858–1910), father of the more famous Giosuè, born in Castagneto Maremma, was one of the many writers who orbited around Carducci, the undisputed master of the time. He named his son Giosuè in honor of his poet friend.

He moved to Livorno in 1885 and, in order to live, he adapted to humble jobs such as the accountant and the tobacconist. It was thanks to his friendship with Giuseppe Bandi that he began to make himself…

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Patrizia Poli was born in Livorno in 1961. Writer of fiction and blogger, she published six novels.

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Patrizia Poli

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Patrizia Poli was born in Livorno in 1961. Writer of fiction and blogger, she published six novels.

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