Konstantinos Kavafis
Konstantinos Kavafis (Egypt, 1863)
Konstantinos Kavafis, an iconic figure in the realm of modern Greek poetry, left an indelible mark on the literary landscape with his evocative verses. Born on April 29, 1863, in Alexandria, Egypt, Kavafis hailed from Greek heritage, and his multicultural upbringing played a pivotal role in shaping his poetic sensibilities.

Adrienne Rich
Adrienne Rich (United States, 1929)
Adrienne Rich, a remarkable poet, essayist, and trailblazer of feminist thought, has left an indelible mark on contemporary literature with her commanding words. Born on May 16, 1929, in Baltimore, Maryland, Rich developed an unwavering passion for literature from an early age. Her educational journey at Radcliffe College provided fertile ground for her poetic talents to flourish under the mentorship of influential literary figures.

Jacques Prévert
Jacques Prévert (France, 1900)
Jacques Prévert remains an iconic figure in French literature, celebrated for his distinctive poetic voice and evocative imagery. As a poet and screenwriter, Prévert crafted verses that resonated with audiences from diverse backgrounds, transcending the boundaries of language and culture.

Massimo Morasso

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