Martoglio, Nino

(Belpasso, Catania 1870 - Catania 1921)
commediografo; poeta in dialetto.

Dizionario biografico elementare del Novecento letterario italiano. 2014.

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  • Martoglio, Nino — (1870 1921)    Journalist, poet, playwright, film director. Already a prolific and highly renowned poet, playwright, and theater director, Martoglio also came to earn an honored place in the history of early Italian cinema by directing three… …   Guide to cinema

  • Martoglio, Nino — (1870 1921)    Journalist, poet, playwright, film director. Already a prolific and highly renowned poet, playwright, and theater director, Martoglio also came to earn an honored place in the history of early Italian cinema by directing three… …   Historical dictionary of Italian cinema

  • Nino Martoglio — (* 3. Dezember 1870 in Belpasso; † 15. September 1921 in Catania) war ein italienischer Schriftsteller, Verleger, Regisseur und Produzent. Er zählt zu den Vertretern der Sizilianischen Sprache …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Nino Martoglio — (né le 3 décembre 1870 à Belpasso et mort le 15 septembre  1921 à Catane) est un réalisateur, scénariste, écrivain, dramaturge et poète italien. Biographie Fils de journaliste, Martoglio fonde en 1899 un hebdomadaire… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nino Martoglio — Portrait by Antonino Gandolfo Nino Martoglio (Belpasso, Catania, 3 December 1870 Catania, 15 September 1921) was a Sicilian writer, a publisher, a journalist and a producer of theatrical works. He wrote mostly in Sicilian and likewise, his… …   Wikipedia

  • Nino Martoglio — Retrato de Nino Martoglio realizado por Antonino Gandolfo. Nino Martoglio (Belpasso, Catania, 3 de diciembre de 1870 Catania, 15 de septiembre de 1921) fue un escritor y poeta, comediógrafo y realizador teatral en lengua siciliana e …   Wikipedia Español

  • Nino Martoglio International Book Award — The Nino Martoglio International book award won by authors like Giuseppe Bonaviri (in 1989), Gesualdo Bufalino (in 1990), Andrea Camilleri (in 1998), Vincenzo Consolo (in 1999) , was established in 1987 in Belpasso, a little town of Sicily… …   Wikipedia

  • Sizilianische Sprache — Sizilianisch (sicilianu) Gesprochen in Italien (Sizilien sowie in Teilen Kalabriens, Apuliens und Kampaniens) Sprecher ca. 10 Millionen Linguistische Klassifikation Indogerma …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sicilian language — Infobox Language name=Sicilian nativename= sc. Sicilianu states= *flag|Calabria (Central and Southern) *Lecce (Apulia) *flag|Malta *) *flag|Sicily speakers=4.8 million (Gordon, 2005) rank=60 70 familycolor=Indo European fam2=Italic fam3=Romance… …   Wikipedia

  • Sicilianu — Sizilianisch (sicilianu) Gesprochen in Italien (Sizilien sowie in Teilen Kalabriens, Apuliens und Kampaniens) Sprecher ca. 10 Millionen Linguistische Klassifikation Indogermanische Sprachen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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