Emilio Salgari

Italian writer

1863   -   1911

country of citizenship: Kingdom of Italy
occupation: sailor, journalist, screenwriter, science fiction writer, children's writer
influenced by: H. Rider Haggard

Emilio Salgari (Italian pronunciation: [eˈmiːljo salˈɡaːri], but often erroneously pronounced [ˈsalɡari]; 21 August 1862 – 25 April 1911) was an Italian writer of action adventure swashbucklers and a pioneer of science fiction. In Italy, his extensive body of work was more widely read than that of Dante. Today he is still among the 40 most translated Italian authors. Many of his most popular novels have been adapted as comics, animated series and feature films. He is considered the father of Italian adventure fiction and Italian pop culture, and the "grandfather" of the Spaghetti Western.
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works

42

La montagna di luce

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1902

Al Polo Australe in velocipede

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1895

Duemila leghe sotto l'America

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1888

Gli orrori della Siberia

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1900

The Last Pirates

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1908

I Robinson italiani

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1896

I corsari delle Bermude

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1909

I drammi della schiavitù

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1896

I naufraghi del Poplador

book by Emilio Salgari

author: Emilio Salgari

1895

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