The Omegna Award
AbstractA one million lire "Citta di Omegna" literary award is conferred annually by a committee of former Italian resistance fighters whose president, a maquisard, is now mayor of the little town of Omegna in northern Italy, near Lake Como. The award winners to date have been: Henri Alleg, Jean-Paul Sartre, Gunther Anders, Frantz Fanon, Blas De Otero, and Roberto Battaglia.
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