Oriana Fallaci (29 June 1929 – 15 September 2006) was an Italian journalist, novelist, and political interviewer. She worked as a war correspondent covering Vietnam, the Indo-Pakistani War, and the Middle East, and lectured at the University of Chicago, Yale University, Harvard University, and Columbia University.
- I sette peccati di Hollywood, 1958 (The Seven Sins of Hollywood)
- Il sesso inutile, viaggio intorno alla donna, 1961 (The Useless Sex: Voyage around the Woman)
- Penelope alla guerra, 1962 (Penelope at War)
- Gli antipatici, 1963 (Limelighters)
- Se il Sole muore, 1966 (If the Sun Dies)
- The Egotists: Sixteen Surprising Interviews, 1968.
- Niente, e cosí sia, 1969 (Nothing, and so be it)
- Quel giorno sulla Luna, 1970.
- Lettera a un bambino mai nato, 1975 (Letter to a Child Never Born)
- Intervista con la storia, 1976 (Interview with History)
- Un uomo, 1979 (A Man)
- Insciallah, 1983 (Inshallah)
- La Rabbia e l’Orgoglio, 2001 (The Rage and the Pride)
- La Forza della Ragione, 2004 (The Force of Reason)
- Oriana Fallaci intervista Oriana Fallaci, 2004 (Fallaci interviews herself on the subject of “Eurabia” and “Islamofascism”)
- Oriana Fallaci intervista sé stessa – L’Apocalisse, 2004 (An update of the interview with herself)
- Un cappello pieno di ciliegie, 2008.
Books about her
- “Oriana Fallaci: The Journalist, the Agitator, the Legend”, by Cristina de Stefano, translated from the Italian by Marina Harss (Other Press, 2017. First published in Italian as “Oriana, una donna”, Rizzoli, 2013)