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Neera, 1846-1918


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  • Variants

    • Radius, Anna Zuccari, 1846-1918
    • Zuccari, Anna, 1846-1918
    • Radius Zuccari, Anna, 1846-1918
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1846-05-07
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1918-07-19
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Milan (Italy)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Milan (Italy)
    • Gender

        female
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Radius, Anna Zuccari, 1846-1918
  • Sources

    • found: Her The soul of an artist, 1905.
    • found: LC man. cat.(hdg.: Radius, Anna Zuccari, 1846-1918; usage: Neera)
    • found: Arslan, A. Il concetto che ne informa, c1988:t.p. (Neera)
    • found: Encic. ital.(Neera; pseudonym of Anna Radius Zuccari; b. 05-07-1846, Milan; d. 07-19-18, Milan; author)
    • found: Dict. of Ital. lit., 1979(Neera; pen name of Anna Radius Zuccari; 1846-1918; novelist)
    • found: Wikipedia, 29 September 2018(Anna Radius Zuccari (May 7, 1846-July 13, 1918) was an Italian writer who used the penname Neera; born in Milan and grew up in Caravaggio; died in Milan)
    • found: University of Chicago Library, Italian Women Writers profile page, 20 September 2018(Neera (1846-1918); Anna Radius Zuccari, in art Neera, was born on May 7, 1846 in Milan, where she lived until her death from cancer on July 13, 1918; one of the most prolific and successful writers of late-nineteenth-century Italy being the author to twenty-two novels, eight volumes of short stories, ten volumes of moralistic essays and two poetry volumes)
    • found: Encyclopedia of Italian literary studies, 2007:biography paragraph (volume 1, page 1272: Neera was born Anna Zuccari on 7 May 1846 in Milan; one of the most prolific and popular female writers of her time; published novels, short stories, poetry, a comedy, sociological essays and an autobiography, but her literary reputation rests on her popular ficitional work; collaborated with major literary journals and newspapers, as well as writing novels; called for women's moral, spiritual and intellectual equality; traveled frequently and was active in the movement for military intervention in World War I; died in Milan on 19 July 1918)
  • LC Classification

    • PQ4730.R2
  • Change Notes

    • 1981-01-13: new
    • 2018-09-21: revised
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