Amelia Rosselli


The daughter of a martyred antifascist philosopher, Amelia Rosselli was born in Paris in 1930, grew up in England and New York, settling in Italy, first in Florence and then in Rome, only after the war. In 1996, she took her own life. A trilingual writer who described herself as "a poet of exploration," Rosselli was also a translator (Emily Dickinson among others), musician, and musicologist, and the author of eight collections of poetry.


War Variations

Amelia Rosselli


Hospital Series

Amelia Rosselli


Poetry Pamphlets 17-19

Robert Lax, Amelia Rosselli, et al.