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Fiore di poesia
Author: Alda Merini
Publisher: Giulio Einaudi Editore
ISBN: 8858413334
Pages: 272
Year: 2014-05-20
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Ascolta, il passo breve delle cose - assai piú breve delle tue finestre - quel respiro che esce dal tuo sguardo chiama un nome immediato: la tua donna. È fatta di ombre e ciclamini, ti chiede il tuo mistero e tu non lo sai dare.
A Rage of Love
Author: Alda Merini, Pasquale Verdicchio
Publisher: Guernica Editions
ISBN: 1550710133
Pages: 76
Year: 1996
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'The mentally ill suffer unnameable persecutions, no one knows why. They assume the role of the saint in today's society, since it is presumed that they, rarefied by their own madness, do not suffer like everyone else.' -- Alda Merini. 'In these pages, everything that is touched, even the most painful theme, is transformed into poetry. Every word is a key that finds organ pipes ready to amplify and sublimate the desperation. It's like finding one's self in front of a phenomenon of unconscious lyric power.' -- Ambrogio Borsani, from the Afterword.
The Holy Land
Author: Alda Merini, Stephanie H Jed, Pasquale Verdicchio
Publisher: Guernica Editions
ISBN: 1550711490
Pages: 57
Year: 2002
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Merini, like Dante, represents the story of the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, in its literal and allegorical senses. The forty poems of The Holy Land recall Moses at Mount Sinai, the Israelites' forty years in the desert, and Jesus' fast in the wilderness. For Merini, it seems, the Holy Land is not the Promised Land of Canaan, but the forty years spent getting there, coming to terms with the terrifying atrocities of hell, the mystical ecstasies of paradise, and the "intense pain...of plunging back into the banality of daily living." Merini's wandering may be understood as the poet's search for the obscure laws which govern her visions, metamorphoses, and creations.
La Vita Facile
Author: Alda Merini
ISBN: 1912092514
Pages: 142
Year: 2018-08-23
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The Easy Life, first published in Italian in 1996, and now translated in English for the first time, is a long poetry in prose. It collects the impressions of a lifetime, which span from her experience in psychiatric hospitals to her proverbial joie de vivre, from the fiery passion of love to the challenges of old age, from the ECTs to the loneliness of her house in Milan. Abandoning the poetic verse that had made her so famous for a sincere and ruthless poetic prose constituted of short, brilliant aphorisms, Alda Merini delivers to these pages something that is more than a testament: she gives to us a face-to-face confrontation with her entire existence. Thanks to Merini's astounding ability of mixing up words obscure in appearance with very tangible feelings, devilish images with heavenly passages, we are given the chance to rediscover the meaning of life, in a prose which seems to escape any sense of logic, yet which offers a unique exploration of the human mind.
Year: 2000
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Bibliografia nazionale italiana
Year: 1998
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La poesia "impura"
Author: Vittoriano Esposito
Publisher: Bastogi Editrice Italiana
ISBN: 8881855305
Pages: 629
Year: 1995
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La presenza di Orfeo ; La terra Santa: La terra santa ... 1980-1987
Author: Alda Merini, Grazia Carpena
Year: 2005
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Le briglie d'oro
Author: Alda Merini
Pages: 137
Year: 2005
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Ballate Non Pagate
Author: Alda Merini
Publisher: Dante University of Amer Press
ISBN: 0937832375
Pages: 204
Year: 2001
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Rufus has translated Merini's Italian poetry into English, into a bilingual edition of the original poems on one side, the translations on the opposite page. Alda is a prolific poet, recognised by Italians at large, and nominated as a candidate for the Nobel Prize.
Superba è la notte
Author: Alda Merini
Publisher: Einaudi
ISBN: 8806145479
Pages: 75
Year: 2000
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Le edizioni Einaudi negli anni 1933-1998
Author: Giulio Einaudi editore
Publisher: Einaudi (IT)
Pages: 1133
Year: 1999
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Love Lessons
Author: Alda Merini
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691171262
Pages: 144
Year: 2016-05-31
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Alda Merini is one of Italy's most important, and most beloved, living poets. She has won many of the major national literary prizes and has twice been nominated for the Nobel Prize--by the French Academy in 1996 and by Italian PEN in 2001. In Love Lessons, the distinguished American poet Susan Stewart brings us the largest and most comprehensive selection of Merini's poetry to appear in English. Complete with the original Italian on facing pages, a critical introduction, and explanatory notes, this collection gathers lyrics, meditations, and aphorisms that span fifty years, from Merini's first books of the 1950s to an unpublished poem from 2001. These accessible and moving poems reflect the experiences of a writer who, after beginning her career at the center of Italian Modernist circles when she was a teenager, went silent in her twenties, spending much of the next two decades in mental hospitals, only to reemerge in the 1970s to a full renewal of her gifts, an outpouring of new work, and great renown. Whether she is working in the briefest, most incisive lyric mode or the complex time schemes of longer meditations, Merini's deep knowledge of classical and Christian myth gives her work a universal, philosophical resonance, revealing what is at heart her tragic sense of life. At the same time, her ironic wit, delight in nature, and affection for her native Milan underlie even her most harrowing poems of suffering. In Stewart's skillful translations readers will discover a true sibyl of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Instructions on how to read a newspaper and other poems
Author: Valerio Magrelli
ISBN: 0972527176
Pages: 366
Year: 2008
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Poetry. Bilingual Edition. Translated from the Italian by Riccardo Duranti, Anamaria Crowe Serrano, and Anthony Molino. Edited by Anthony Molino. In his introduction, "On Reading Valerio Magrelli," Oxford Professor Peter Hainsworth describes the title work as "a striking, ambitious and indeed ingenious creation, evidence of a poetric strategy that daringly spearheads and remains at the forefront of Italian poetry today." Valerio Magrelli is recognized in Italy as one of the country's most imaginative, innovative and vision-altering poets yet still remains insufficiently known to the English-speaking world. The present bilingual collection, combining selections from two works of the 1980s under the title Nearsights, together with the complete composition of 1999, "Instructions on How to Read a Newspaper," strives to rectify this situation.
Elsa Morante's Politics of Writing
Author: Stefania Lucamante
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1611477956
Pages: 284
Year: 2014-12-18
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This book revisits the philosophy and aesthetic Elsa Morante outlined in her literary writings. Stefania Lucamante presents a fresh outlook at Morante’s work to determine the importance of her work today, to appreciate her theoretical and stylistic legacy, and to understand why and which elements of her work have inspired Italian artists.