La poesía española del siglo XX en Italia

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] 20th century Spanish poetry in Italy

Davide Savio, Davide Mombelli

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] "The Spanish poetry of the twentieth century in Italy" does not so much propose a cataloging of authors, works, translations or critical insights of the Spanish opera that arrived in Italy during the twentieth century, but tries to offer a panorama that allows one to clearly orientate oneself in the events of those years. In this overall vision, the mechanics of cultural processes and the study of reception are combined to highlight the trends and the most significant phenomena that have allowed contemporary Spanish poetry to penetrate into Italian literary civilization, or that have hindered it. the transmission. The encounter with opera produced in the Iberian area has represented at various times a mirror where Italian writers have been able to observe themselves, also in a social and political key. Comparing the two events therefore means rethinking the historiographical coordinates to which one is accustomed to refer: an exercise whose scope, as we have tried to demonstrate, goes beyond the scope of mere comparative study, to acquire broader meanings in the field of the history of culture.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] 20th century Spanish poetry in Italy
Original languageSpanish
PublisherVerbum
Number of pages172
ISBN (Print)9788413377537
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Carlo Bo
  • Catalanismo
  • Elio Vittorini
  • Fascismo
  • Federico Garcia Lorca
  • Franchismo
  • Futurismo
  • Literary Modernity
  • Modernità letteraria
  • Oreste Macrì
  • Pier Paolo Pasolini
  • Poesia spagnola del Novecento
  • Rafael Alberti
  • Resistenza
  • Spanish poetry of the Twentieth Century
  • Vittorio Bodini

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