Fausta Squatriti. Plumb-line (2010)


  • Heather Scott 6/1 Darlymple Crescent Edinburgh EH9 2NU, (UK)
  • Jack Arbib




Fausta Squatriti, Plumb-line

Author Biographies

Heather Scott, 6/1 Darlymple Crescent Edinburgh EH9 2NU, (UK)

Heather Scott was born in London in 1935. She studied and worked in Paris for two years before attending Edinburgh University, where she met and married Scottish poet Tom Scott.

Poet and translator herself, Heather has contributed articles and original poetry to several magazines and literary journals over the years: Chapman, Scotia Review, Cencrastus and The Scotsman among others.

Jack Arbib

Jack Arbibingénieur sans frontiers, is a translator of Hebrew and Italian poetry and a researcher of Mediterranean popular culture. His translation in Italian of the biblical Song of Songs, published by Zona Editors, has been adopted for the movie directed by Fernando Maraghini. His book on Italian colonial architecture in Libya (Note su Umberto Di Segni, architetto) was published by Il Laboratorio (Nola, Italy 2011). Arbib is also the organizer of poetry events related to the European Day of Jewish Culture in Monte San Savino.





How to Cite

Scott, H. and Arbib, J. (2012) “Fausta Squatriti. Plumb-line (2010)”, Incontri. Rivista europea di studi italiani, 27(1), pp. 90–99. doi: 10.18352/incontri.7516.