Memories are not enough! Nobel laureate Dario Fo's late message about the loss of his wife
'It's a horrible thing to lose her and live without her. She was part of my life. Memories are not enough. We both did everything together. It is great strength to live in couple hardships. And we both won. We always discussed everything, and our differences were essential to everything we did. Unfortunately it was always me wrong. France felt things from afar. She listened, she watched ... And she was hardly wrong about people. The wonderful thing is that we have managed to overcome catastrophic moments, sometimes very cruel. Despair saved us'!
* The words of Dario Fo, on the anniversary of the death of his wife Franca Rame, before he passed away himself, 3 years later.
-Franca Rame was an Italian theater actress, playwright and political activist. She was married to Nobel Prize-winning playwright Dario Fo and is the mother of writer Jacopo Fo. Fo cost her the Nobel Prize. She passed away in Milan, on May 29, 2013, at the age of 83.
-Dario Luigi Angelo Fo was an actor, playwright, comedian, singer, theater director, screenwriter, composer, painter, political activist for the Italian left wing and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1997. He passed away in Milan on October 13 2016, at the age of 90 years.