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Biography[ edit ] Zolla was born in Turin to a cosmopolitan family. His father was the painter Venanzio Zolla — , born in England of Lombard father and an Alsatian mother. His mother was Blanche Smith — a British musician, originally of Kent.
At age 22, he became ill with tuberculosis. In , he moved to Rome , where he worked in the drafting of Tempo presente [This Time]. In , after ten years of engagement, he married the poet Maria Luisa Spaziani , but the marriage cracked almost immediately. From , he was tied to the writer Cristina Campo born Victoria Guerrini , with whom he lived until her death in His lectures were attended by, among others, the young Roberto Calasso.
From , he taught as a Professor at University of Catania , then to Genoa where he also taught Germanic Philology and, from , back to Rome. From to , he was secretary general of the Istituto Accademico di Roma and, from to , was director of Istituto Ticinese di Alti Studi in Lugano. In , after a trip to the Southwestern United States , he wrote a history of the image of the Indian in American literature , I letterati e lo sciamano [The Scholar and The Shaman ].
In later years he devoted himself to travel in India , Indonesia , China , Korea , and especially in Iran , which gave ample information in the book Aure. In January , he founded the magazine Conoscenza Religiosa [Religious Knowledge] published by Nuova Italia , which he directed until There were also published essays by Marcel Griaule. In , he wrote a controversial introduction to the first edition of The Lord of the Rings by Tolkien. In , he presented the first global translation by Peter Modesto of the monumental work The Pillar and Ground of the Truth by the philosopher and mystic Russian Pavel Alexandrovich Florensky.
Scott Fitzgerald , and other twentieth-century American writers. In , he won an International Prize from the city of Ascoli Piceno. In , he left university education, moved to Montepulciano Siena , where he died 29 May The remaining works are in Spanish, French, and German.
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