Francesco Benozzo (born 22 February 1969) is an Italian poet, musician and philologist. He works as a Research Fellow in Philology at the University of Bologna, Italy. Author of long epic poems about natural landscapes, Benozzo usually composes them orally and then performs them with his harp (the last two published are Felci in rivolta / Ferns in revolt [2015]) and La capanna del naufrago / The Castaway's Shack [2017]. Since 2015 he has been nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature for his poetry in defence of natural places and for his use of techniques belonging to the ancient tradition of oral poetry. In 2016, on the official webpage of the Swedish Academy, he was consecrated by the international readers' jury as the most worthy author for the prize itself. More information...

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