This essay offers a thematic reading of some short stories appeared in the column that Milena Milani held in the daily newspaper La Stampa (Stampa Sera) from 1950 to 1964. In her texts, Venice is one of the cities of her youth, where to discover the everyday but also herself as a writer, a profession that will identify her spirit in life. My research also aims to highlight a brief catalogue of Milani’s short stories between the forties and the sixties that could be read in her books and in newspapers and magazines of that period. In the end, I also offer a list of her books in Italian Archives and author Funds connected to the Premio Strega: she wanted to participate to the prize in 1947 and then succeeded in 1954 and in 1964.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Titolo:||Diario veneziano e altri racconti: la rubrica di Milena Milani sul quotidiano La Stampa. Con un affondo sul Premio Strega|
|Titolo del libro:||(a cura di) Arianna Ceschin, Ilaria Crotti e Alessandra Trevisan, Venezia Novecento. Le voci di Paola Masino e Milena Milani|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Articolo in Atti di convegno|