Anthony Mario Ludovici Papers
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There are also 15 letters written by Ludovici to his friend, Francis Bickley. The letters date from 1949 to 1970.
- 1938 - 1970
- Ludovici, Anthony M. (Anthony Mario) (Person)
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Biographical or Historical Information
Ludovici started his life as an artist and at one time was the private secretary for the sculptor, Auguste Rodin. His translation of the works of Friedrich Nietzsche is still considered a standard work. Ludovici was also a reviewer of currently published works about women and society for major English periodicals. A self-proclaimed expert on the subject of women and their place in history and society, Ludovici held that women could be fulfilled only by marrying and childbearing.
He died April 3, 1971.
0.03 Linear Feet (1 folder)
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The collection consists of a notebook of Ludovici's writings and fifteen letters written to his friend, Francis Bickley.
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