Vittore Bocchetta

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Vittore Bocchetta (15 November 1918 – 18 February 2021) was an Italian sculptor, painter, and academic. Bocchetta was a member of the anti-fascist Italian resistance movement during World War II. He was born in Sassari, Sardinia.

He was an instructor of Spanish at Saint Xavier College in Chicago and a lecturer in Italian at the University of Chicago. He also was an assistant professor of Spanish Literature at Loyola University Chicago.

Bocchetta died on 18 February 2021 aged 102 in Verona, Italy.[1]

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  1. Morgoglione, Claudia (19 February 2021). "Morto Vittore Bocchetta, antifascista e testimone dei lager". la Repubblica (in Italian). Retrieved 20 February 2021.