The Jewish-Italian Publishing Legend Who Snapped Hemingway, JFK and Picasso

Inge Feltrinelli, who died last week at age 87, survived Nazi Germany, married a communist-leaning tycoon and championed the likes of Amos Oz and Mahmoud Darwish at her groundbreaking publishing house in Milan

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MILAN – When Inge Feltrinelli passed away on September 20, the Italian media was quick to celebrate her as “the queen of Italian publishing.” Yet the 87-year-old was much more than that.