Grazia Deledda (1871-1936)

Nobel price for the literature in 1926. She is the only woman to ever won it. As a self-taught, inspired by French naturalist writers, began to pubblish light novels on womanly magazines. After she moved in Rome started her work about the traditions of Barbagia and her main novels, that represent her home-sick, like: "Canne al vento" (weak-willed), "L'Edera" (the ivy), "Marianna Sirca" and "Cosima".