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Montale

Eugenio . 1896--1981, Italian poet: Nobel prize for literature 1975
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But did Montale abandon the ethical stance of the first three books?
En el caso de mi traduccion de Eugenio Montale, me quedo claro desde el principio, y despues de leer muchas traducciones al espanol, que lo importante era apuntar la artilleria a la sonoridad, a la musicalidad.
Cuando Mussolini cedio al fin a las peticiones de Hitler e inicio la deportacion de los judios italianos, Saba huyo de su ciudad natal y pudo salvarse gracias a la ayuda de Ungaretti y Montale.
RAIL: So the Montale project kind of went for how long?
In any case, whether justifiably or not, Charles joined my pantheon under the sign of Eusebio, as Montale called himself, and there he has remained ever since.
Tambien la poesia y, en concreto, "versi di Eliot o di Montale potrebbero aiutarci a definire il suo 'spavento'" (Sciascia, La scomparsa 248) (8).
The constant stream of Italian genius has continued through Tasso, Ariosto and Leopardi right up to Nobel Prize-winning poets Salvatore Quasimodo and Eugenio Montale, who graces the opening of this selection.
It's generally agreed that much of his major poetry concerns two women, and Montale himself has been quoted as saying that his entire body of work is an autobiographical novel and that he is at heart, essentially, a love poet.
Giuseppe Antonio Camerino outlines "Le linee fondamentali della poesia italiana nei primi decenni del Novecento," and briefly discusses the works of poets like D'Annunzio, Ungaretti, Saba, Montale.
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.
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.
The Italian Eugenio Montale once wrote that poetry is in the clutches of those that are less fit to understand it, meaning professional critics.