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Montale

Eugenio . 1896--1981, Italian poet: Nobel prize for literature 1975
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A poem by Eugenio Montale evokes the inevitable restlessness that the heart will feel when awakened by beauty and made aware of the insufficiency and uncertainty of the world we inhabit.
Harry Thomas is the author of May This Be(Jackdaw Press 2001); the translator of Joseph Brodsky's "Gorbunov and Gorchakov" (To Urania, Farrar, Straus & Giroux 1987); and the editor of Thomas Hardy: Selected Poems(Penguin 1993) as well as of Montale in English(translations by various hands, Penguin 2002).
I have worked hard in the musea of Modena Bologna Ancona & Perugia & seen the actual terramare of Gorzano (32) & Montale (33) in the field.
Over several trips and many years, he has introduced me to favorite places, favorite poets (Dino Campana, especially; I was already a Montale fan).
So as well as the standard authors from Boccaccio, Petrarca, and Machiavelli to Ungaretti, Montale, and Moravia, there are works by explorers Cristoforo Colombo, Marco Polo, and Amerigo Vespucci, historical figures including Savonarola, Caterina da Siena, and Garibaldi, and names even foreigners will recognise such as Vasari, Casanova, Collodi, Manzoni--even today Italian schoolchildren know his characters like friends and can recite sections of his text-d'Annunzio, Tomasi, Levi, Calvino, Pirandello, Svevo, and Sciascia.
In The Second Life of Art, Italian poet Eugenio Montale writes about how the journey of art is an "obscure pilgrimage through the conscience and memory of men.
However, Montale himself had drifted far away from the movement of which he had been one of the foremost representatives, and over those years had engaged his muse in a counter-revolutionary direction.
Both Ormonde Jayne (London-based niche brand) and Montale (Paris-based niche line) have launched oud-based fragrances.
Seven nights self-catering in Le Casacce or Montale from 600 euros per apartment in low season to 1200 euros in high season.
com and seven nights self-catering in either Le Casacce - or its 'sister' property Montale close by - ranges from 600 euros per apartment in low season to 1,200 euros in high season.
He wrote influential poems and songs, gave talks, translated Gramsci's letters into English, welcomed to Edinburgh Italian visitors such as Moravia and Montale, promoted pioneering festivals, immersed himself in political action, and established friendships with such different figures as Hugh MacDiarmid and the Behan family of Dublin (Brendan, Dominic, and Kathleen).
Specific topics include value and authority in anthologies of Italian poetry in English (1956-92), translating Belli's romanesco sonnets, Geoffrey Hill translates Eugenio Montale, and in step with the play of language.