Drusilla Tanzi

Drusilla Tanzi (5 April 1885 – 20 October 1963) was an Italian writer. She was the wife of the art historian Matteo Marangoni and later the poet Eugenio Montale, with the latter dedicating two sections of his 1971 poetry collection Satura to her. She was a niece of Eugenio Tanzi, sister of Lidia and Silvio Tanzi and (via Lidia) aunt of Natalia Ginzburg. She was born and died in Milan.[1]


  1. ^ Ahern, John (23 February 1986). "Between the Love of Clizia and Mosca" . The New York Times. Retrieved 2019-12-21.


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