From the enchantment of Valsassina several writers were attracted from Alessandro Manzoni to Salvatore Quasimodo and many others.
Among the many a female figure stands out. Antonia Pozzi was born on February 13, 1912.
The child grows up in a cultured, refined environment and begins to write poetry as a teenager. What binds it to Valsassina is the love of the mountains, cultivated since 1918, when it began to spend the holidays in Pasturo, venturing on walks and even climbing, experiencing intense experiences that translate into poetry. She died prematurely in December 1938 and is buried as he desired in the cemetery of Pasturo.
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